• HRC2022
  • 9 - 11 Oct 2022
STARS Symposia On-demand

STARS Symposia - On-demand -

Chair: Dr Nicholas Gall London, UK
Why the active stand is an incomplete investigation of syncope Prof Richard Sutton Monte Carlo, MC
Where are we after BIOSYNC? Prof Michele Brignole Milan, IT
Is recurrent syncope in patients paced for vasovagal syncope a problem? Prof Richard Sutton Monte Carlo, MC
The latest on atomoxetine therapy for vasovagal syncope Prof Robert Sheldon Calgary, CA
Chair: Dr Boon Lim London, UK
Syncope Spotlight Project for primary care physicians Dr Lesley Kavi Warwickshire, UK
Cardiovascular autonomic disturbances in long COVID: The UK perspective Dr Nicholas Gall London, UK
New ESC guidelines on pacing with respect to syncope Prof Richard Sutton Monte Carlo, MC
Tilt vs ICM/ILR Prof Robert Sheldon Calgary, CA
Chair: Prof Richard Sutton Monte Carlo, MC
Long COVID: The UK perspective Dr Lesley Kavi Warwickshire, UK
Long COVID: The Swedish perspective Dr Artur Fedorowski Stockholm, SE
Long COVID: The Canadian perspective Prof Satish Raj Calgary, CA
Chair: Prof Blair Grubb Toledo, US
Putting the Canadian consensus on PoTS in context – getting the message out to the generalist Dr Paula Harvey Toronto, CA
PoTS following COVID Prof Blair Grubb Toledo, US
What can the cardiopulmonary exercise test tell us about PoTS physiology? Dr Steve James London, UK
Small fibre neuropathy – what is it, how do you diagnose it and how does it link into PoTS? Dr Jordi Serra London, UK
The PoTS bladder: Characteristic findings and why you should be interested Mr Nicholas Faure Walker London, UK
Abdominal compression in PoTS Prof Satish Raj Calgary, CA
Setting up a syncope service Dr Lara Mitchell Glasgow, UK
Midodrine for the prevention of vasovagal syncope: POST 4 results Prof Robert Sheldon Calgary, CA

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