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AF Symposium 2020: My New A-Fib Reports

This year the 25th AF Symposium was held January 23-25th in Washington DC (for this fellow from Malibu it was cold but no snow ).

Atrial Fibrillation: I attended over 75 presentations including Spotlight (short) sessions, learning luncheons and panel discussions with Q/A. The Symposium lets me learn about advances in research and treatments of A-Fib directly from the most eminent medical researchers, scientists, cardiologists and cardiac electrophysiologists.

There are many interesting topics including the controversy of closure of the Left Atrial Appendage. But the many presentations about the new “Pulsed Field Ablation” technology dominated the Symposium.

Read My First Report: Overview: The 25th Annual International AF Symposium 2020 by Steve S. Ryan, PhD

Steve Ryan at 2020 AF Symposium in Washington DC in January.

Steve Ryan at 2020 AF Symposium in Wash, DC.

More reports are coming: I’ve finished a number of my summary reports and will be posting several each week.

Check the menu list on the left for 2020 AF Symposium and click to go to my latest posts.

Remember: All my reports are written in plain language for A-Fib patients and their families. (I’ve done the heavy lifting for you!)

P.S. You may want to browse my reports from the 2019 AF Symposium or the archive to my AF Symposiums Summaries by Year.

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