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Orlando, FL Here I Come—2018 International AF Symposium

When this gets posted, I’ll be on an 8 am flight from Los Angeles to Orlando. Upon arrival, I hope to pick up my 2018 AF Symposium registration badge and other materials before heading to my hotel for a good night’s sleep (the conference day starts at 7 am and continues into the early evening).

Three Intense Days to Come

The next 3 days will be intense and highly focused. More than 50 of the world’s leading medical scientists and cardiologists will make over 65 presentations, and participate in live procedures via video, and panel discussions. I listen intensively, take loads of notes, make audio recordings (with permission), renew friendships and make new contacts among the over 1,000 international attendees.

After the conference (often on my way home Saturday night), I select the presentations on topics of interest to readers of

Index to All the Atrial Fibrillation-Related Medical Conferences

Index to reports

In the meantime, you may want to browse my Index to all the Atrial Fibrillation-related medical conferences and symposiums I’ve reported on. You may find a topic of interest. (Or just type your topic into the ‘Search’ box in the upper right corner of every web page and you’ll get a list of results.) For now, go to Index: Steve’s Reports of Atrial Fibrillation Medical Conferences.

Look for my first, overview report soon after the conference.

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