Steve Reporting from Western AF Symposium in Utah
Leading cardiologists and researchers are gathering this Friday and Saturday for The Ninth Annual Western Atrial Fibrillation Symposium in Park City, UT., co-sponsored by the Heart Rhythm Society.
Steve was invited to attend by the symposium organizer, Dr. Mousa Mansour, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. (See Steve’s report of Dr. Mansour’s presentation from the 2016 AF Symposium, Orlando, FL.) I’m sure Steve’s WAFS reports will complement his growing list of reports from the recent 2016 AF Symposium.
High Altitude and the High Jump
Steve loves to jog and compete in his age group in various track and field events (last weekend it was the high jump, long jump and 100 meter dash).
I was thinking about Park City, Utah, being at 6,000 feet above sea level. You see, we live at sea level in Malibu, CA.
So, I was wondering if Steve’s recent ‘high jump’ events might help him deal with the high altitude and thinner air? (Hee, hee.) What do you think? (LOL)
Photo is by fellow week-end athlete, Ken Stone.