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My First Reports: 26th International AF Symposium 2021–A Virtual Experience

The 2021 AF Symposium was held from January 29-31. Because of the COVID-19 virus, the AF Symposium was virtual, streamed live with over 6,200 attendees. (That’s got to be some kind of a record!)

The AF Symposium is a major scientific forum at which health care professionals (and journalists, like me) have a unique opportunity to learn about advances in research and treatment of Atrial Fibrillation directly from leading medical scientists, clinicians and researchers.

If you are new to reading my reports and summaries from the AF Symposium, I recommend you look at: “What is the Annual ‘AF Symposium’ and Why it’s Important to Patients.”

My First Two Reports

As always, my reports will be written in plain language for A-Fib patients and their families.

Overview: 26th Annual International AF Symposium 2021–A Virtual Experience.

It’s a privilege to be able to attend presentations by the best clinicians and researchers working in A-Fib today. I learn more in three days than in a year of reading the various A-Fib research reports. Read my Overview of the 2021 AF Symposium.

Challenging Cases #1: “Torrential” Near Death Catheter Ablation Case

Challenging Cases is a popular forum where leading EPs talk frankly about their most difficult cases in past year. My first report is a near death catheter ablation complicated by the patient directive: in no case could blood transfusions be used. Read more.

Did you notice the new menu tab on the left? We’ve add: 2021 AF Symposium Reports. Click on the tab any time for a list of all my reports.

More of My Reports to Come

Look for more of my reports from the 2021 AF Symposium in the next weeks and months.

I will share the current state of the art in A-Fib research and treatments and what’s relevant to patients with Atrial Fibrillation.

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