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AF Symposium 2017

My Summary Reports Written for A-Fib Patients

Steve Ryan in Orlando Jan 2017 for AF Symposium

Steve Ryan in Orlando Jan 12-14, 2017

by Steve S. Ryan, PhD

The annual AF Symposium is one of the most important scientific conferences on A-Fib in the world. I attend to learn about advances in research and treatments directly from the most eminent scientists and doctors. My goal is to offer A-Fib.com readers the most up-to-date research and developments that may impact their treatment choices.

Archive Link: How to find my reports from all Atrial Fibrillation-related medical conferences

REPORT TITLEPRESENTER (S)DATE POSTED
15.Live Case of Ablation with FIRM Mapping SystemDr. David Wilber from Loyola Un. Medical Center in Chicago, ILMarch 16, 2017
14.Movin’ it: Protecting the Esophagus During Ablation – LIVE VIDEODrs. Rodney Horton, Amin Al-Ahmad and David Burkhardt, Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute, Austin, TX.March 11, 2017
13.LIVE VIDEO: Can Adding Fibrosis Improve Ablation Success?Drs. Kevin Heist and Nathan Van Houzen, Mass. General Hospital, Boston, MAMarch 8, 2017
12.LiVE VIDEO: Ablation Using Non-Contact Ultrasound Basket Catheter Dipole Density MappingDrs. Peter Neuzil, Jan Petru and Jan Skoda, Na Homolce Hospital, Prague, The Czech Republic.Feb. 23, 2017
11.LIVE VIDEO: Ablation using CardioFocus HeartLight Endoscopic Visually Guided Laser BalloonDrs. Peter Neuzil, Jan Petru and Jan Skoda, Na Homolce Hospital, Prague, The Czech Republic.Feb. 11, 2017
10,LIVE VIDEO! Two Procedures—Different Left Atrial Appendage (LAA) Occlusion DevicesDrs. Claudio Tondo, Antonio Dello Russo, Gaetano Fassini, and Massimo Moltrasio, Milan, ItalyFeb. 3, 2017
9.World-Wide Studies on Genetic A-FibDr. Patrick Ellinor of Mass. General Hospital, Boston MAFeb. 1, 2017
8.New Insights into the Effects of Obesity on Atrial FibrillationDr. Jose Jalife of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MIJan 28, 2017
7.A-Fib Increases Fibrosis by 5%-10% Per YearDr. Nassir Marrouche of the University of Utah (CARMA), Salt Lake City, UTJan 27, 2017
6.Hypercoagulability May Cause A-Fib, NOACs May Prevent ItDr. Ulrich Schotten of the University of Maastricht, Maastricht, The NetherlandsJan 27, 2017
5.Some Forms of Fibrosis May Be Reversible: Research with Overweight SheepDr. Stanley Nattel of the U. of Montreal, Montreal, CanadaJan 23, 2017
4.Links Between Inflammation, Oxidative Stress and A-FibDavid Van Wagoner, PhD, the Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OHJan 21, 2017
3.3D Virtual Heart’ Predicts Location of RotorsDr. Natalia Trayanova of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MDJan 21, 2017
2.2017 European A-Fib Stroke Risk Guidelines Changes & No Gender BiasDr. John Camm from St. George’s Medical Center, London, UKJan 19, 2017
1.2017 AF Symposium Overview by Steve S. Ryan, PhD– – –Jan 17,2017
Archive: Link to my reports of all Atrial Fibrillation-related medical conferences

J. Ruskin

“Steve Ryan’s summaries of the A-Fib Symposium are terrific. Steve has the ability to synthesize and communicate accurately in clear and simple terms the essence of complex subjects. This is an exceptional skill and a great service to patients with atrial fibrillation.” — Dr. Jeremy Ruskin of Mass. General Hospital and Harvard Medical School

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