My First 3 Reports from MAM 2016
I’ve written and posted three short reports from the recent HEART TEAM: 2016 Multidisciplinary Arrhythmia Meeting (MAM) held in Zurich, Switzerland:
♥ MAM 2016: Moving A-Fib Care to a New Level (Overview)
This is an overview of the first MAM symposium which advocates for a team approach, a Hybrid Surgery/Ablation, in which EPs and surgeons work together on difficult A-Fib cases.
♥ Transcript: My Challenge to Doctors Treating A-Fib Patients – My MAM Speech
As the only patient invited to speak, you may want to read the speech I gave to over 200 EPs and surgeons sharing the patient’s point-of-view.
♥ Fantastic Experience of the Heart, or Why we were wearing 3-D glasses! A presentation by Dr. Joris Ector, from the University of Leuven, Belgium.
The Hybrid Surgery/Ablation is becoming an increasingly important and effective strategy for highly symptomatic patients with persistent atrial fibrillation or longstanding persistent atrial fibrillation who have failed one or two catheter ablations, and for the patient with a significantly enlarged left atrium.
Learn more about Hybrid Surgery/Ablation on our Cox-Maze & Mini-Maze Surgeries Treatments page.