KANSAS CITY HEART RHYTHM SYMPOSIUM 2017
August 12-13, 2017 | KC Marriott Downtown

KCHRS 2009 Conference Highlights

Topics and Speakers

Lead Extractions – Indications, Tools, Techniques & More

Loren Berenbom, M.D. – University of Kansas Hospital Kansas City, Kansas

Risk Stratifications for Sudden Cardiac Death: The Search for the Holy Grail

David Rosenbaum, M.D. – Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio

Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy – Current Challenges in Utilization, Implantation & Optimization

Brian Ramzam, M.D. – Cardiovascular Consultants, Kansas City, Missouri

Steven Freeman, M.D. – University of Kansas Hospital, Kansas City, Kansas

Technical Challenges in AF Ablation 2009: Catheter vs Surgical Approach:

Percutaneous Catheter Ablation is Superior to Surgical Ablation

Andrea Natale, M.D. – St. David Medical Center, Austin, Texas

Surgical Ablation is Better than Catheter Ablation

Gregory Muehlebach, M.D. – University of Kansas Hospital, Kansas City, Kansas

Scar VT Ablation: Can We Really Slay the Monster?

Raghuveer Dendi, M.D. – University of Kansas Hospital, Kansas City, Kansas

Advances in Catheter Navigation – Remote Magnetic Systems and Robotics

Dhanunjaya Lakkireddy, M.D. – University of Kansas Hospital, Kansas City, Kansas

Collateral Damage During Electrophysiological Procedures – How to Avoid, Recognize and Treat

Samuel Asirvatham, M.D. – Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota

Inherited Arrhythmia Management: Beckoning a New Paradigm

Jeffrey Towbin, M.D. – Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio

Normal Heart VT and PVC Ablation

Sanjay Dixit, M.D. – University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Neurocardiogenic Syncope

Behzad Pavri, M.D. – Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

How to Recognize & Manage Device Malfunction & Lead Failures

Kenneth Ellenboggen, M.D. – Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia

Antiarrhythmic or Ablation? The Debate of the Decade in the Treatment of Arrhythmias:

Antiarrhythmics Are the Safe & Appropriate Approach to Arrhythmia Management

Martin Emert, M.D. – University of Kansas Hospital, Kansas City, Kansas

Ablation is Salvation in the Treatment of Arrhythmias

Raghuveer Dendi, M.D. – University of Kansas Hospital, Kansas City, Kansas

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