Nuts and Bolts of Cardiac Arrhythmia Management
This is a one day symposium designed to review and update medical practitioners interested in the care of patients with arrhythmias & arrhythmia-related conditions. The course starts off with the basics of recognizing patients with arrhythmias and the diagnostic approach to these patients, including how to work-up sudden cardiac arrest survivors and identification of patients at high risk for sudden death. Subsequently, non-invasive and invasive management of arrhtythmias will be discussed including management in the acute setting & out-patient setting, the practical use of antiarrhythmics and device-based therapy for arrhythmias & arrhythmia-related conditions. Two sessions will be devoted to answering FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) of sudden cardiac arrest survivors and those with an implantable cardiac defibrillator, Special video presentations, will feature two patients who have survived sudden cardiac arrest, who will talk about their experience and share their apprehensions and questions about their disease.
 
Last Modified: May 21, 2013