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Overview

Best Practice Workshops are half-day trainings focused on specific Abbott technologies.

These trainings are designed to be hosted in virtual format to allow attendees to join easily from anywhere. The training is organized in a blended format alternating live cases, lectures and quizzes to learn how to best use one specific technology. Thanks to the small number of attendees, engagement and interaction with the faculty members are guaranteed.
 

Blended Methodology

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Available Workshops

Best Practice Workshop: EnSite™ Omnipolar Technology in AF

This workshop is a short training focusing on the value of EnSite™ Omnipolar Technology (OT) in Atrial Fibrillation (AF) ablation. By joining, the attendees will be exposed to a live case and lectures to learn how to best use this piece of advanced mapping technology in atrial fibrillation procedures.
 

Topics Covered

  • Introduction to signal processing history and EnSite™ OT features
  • EnSite™ OT working principles and mapping advancements in Paroxysmal, Persistent and REDO AF
  • Live case and case-in-a-box observation (EnSite™ X EP System, Advisor™ HD Grid Mapping Catheter, Sensor Enabled™, EnSite™ OT software)
     

Course Director

Prof. Ross Hunter, The Barts Heart Centre, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London (UK)

Faculty

Prof. Ross Hunter
The Barts Heart Centre, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London (UK)

Dr. Shohreh Honarbakhsh
The Barts Heart Centre, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London (UK)

Target Audience

The course is intended for physicians who are interested in expanding their knowledge on the working principles and best settings of EnSite™ OT in Atrial Fibrillation procedures.
 

Workshop Objectives

Improve efficiency and efficacy through a better understanding of omnipolar advanced mapping technology in atrial fibrillation.
 

Date & Location

8 June 2022 | 14:30 – 16:00 CET

Virtual meeting from The Barts Heart Centre, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London (UK)

Best Practice Workshop: EnSite™ OT in VT

This short workshop is a short training focusing on the value of EnSite™ Omnipolar Technology (OT) in ventricular tachycardias ablation. By joining, the attendees will be exposed to a practical live case-in-a-box and lectures to learn how to best use this piece of advanced mapping technology in ventricular tachycardias procedures.

Topics Covered

  • Introduction to signal processing history and EnSite™ OT features
  • EnSite™ OT working principles and mapping advancements in Idiopathic, and scar related ventricular tachycardias
  • Case-in-a-box observation (EnSite™ X EP System, Advisor™ HD Grid Mapping Catheter Sensor Enabled™, EnSite™ OT software)
     

Course Director

Dr. Yuri Blaauw, University Medical Center Groningen, (The Netherlands)
 

Target Audience

The course is intended for physicians who are interested in expanding their knowledge on the working principles and best settings of EnSite™ OT in ventricular tachycardias procedures.
 

Workshop Objectives

Improve efficiency and efficacy through a better understanding of Omnipolar advanced mapping technology in ventricular tachycardias.
 

Date & Location

29 June 2022 | 16:30 – 18:00 CET

Virtual meeting from University Medical Center Groningen (The Netherlands)

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