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HEART TEAM: Multidisciplinary Arrhythmia Meeting

HEART TEAM: Multidisciplinary Arrhythmia Meeting (MAM) 2016

Multidisciplinary Arrhythmia Meeting 2016

With Dr. Stefano Benussi, my host in Zurich

Totally historic! The MAM 2016 symposium set important goals for shaping the future of A-Fib care and showed how the emphasis on a ‘Heart Team’ is moving the field of patient A-Fib care to a new level.

This first Multidisciplinary Arrhythmia Meeting (MAM) was held in Zurich, Switzerland Sept 15-16, 2016 and advocated for a team approach―EPs, Surgeons, and other healthcare professionals working together to better help the A-Fib patient.

Leading cardiologists and surgeons explained why they favored the hybrid surgery/ablation referred to by several terms: “hybrid simultaneous,” or “hybrid staged,” or “multidisciplinary sequential approaches”.

My Summary Reports

Report Topic Publication Date
3 Fantastic 3-D Experience of the Heart, Dr. Joris Ector,
U. of Leuven, Belgium
Oct 7, 2916
2 My Challenge to Doctors – Transcript of My Speech Oct. 6, 2016
1 MAM 2016: Moving A-Fib Care to a New Level (Overview) Oct 3, 2016
Steve Ryan: Multidisciplinary Arrhythmia Meeting (MAM) ,Zurich, Switzerland in October 2016

Steve Ryan: Multidisciplinary Arrhythmia Meeting (MAM), Zurich, Switzerland in October 2016

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