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Jonathan Behar Jan 16
Superb day of talks on His bundle and conduction system pacing. Wonderful to see the evolution of this approach. Key take home pointers for me: NSHBP vs RV myo, HBP with BBB & LV septal/LBB pacing
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Zachary Whinnett Dec 24
. HOPE-HF trial featured in BHF magazine. This trial would not have been possible without BHF funding. The BHF are so important for Cardiovascular research in Uk and worldwide.
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Vishal Luther Dec 23
ARVC epicardial Ripple Map today together with - introducing the “incredibly late” potentials.
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Zachary Whinnett Dec 24
Nice work Afzal et al
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Afzal Sohaib Dec 19
Delighted we have been able to publish this beginners guide to EP! Designed to help people get to grips with the array of equipment and jargon used when they walk into the EP lab for the first time! Collaboration with colleagues from and 🇩🇪!
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Zachary Whinnett Dec 22
Marek, really hope you get this sorted. You and your team are doing great work.
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Roderick Tung Dec 4
So excited to share co-sponsored by on ! For those who couldn't make it this year, enjoy the talks and discussion by the amazing faculty!
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Fu Siong Ng Nov 13
Great to see that our paper proposing a standardised framework for analysis of fibrillation dynamics is now online. Congrats to Xinyang Li, & .
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Zachary Whinnett Nov 12
Nice device, and straightforward to implant. Allows daily measurements of left atrial pressure. Looking forward to seeing the longer term data.
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Zachary Whinnett Oct 16
Congratulations! Really looking forward to what promises to be a great meeting, a must for all pacing enthusiasts.
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Zachary Whinnett Oct 14
I also find this surprising. I haven’t personally seen any cases of VT post LBB pacing but haven’t done the same number of cases as the China group. Can you comment ? What is the mechanism of QT prolongation, cardiac memory?
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Zachary Whinnett Oct 13
The master in left conduction system pacing sharing his experience at GW-ICC. Likely to be more than 4000 cases in China alone over the next year. Leading a huge change in pacing practice.
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Zachary Whinnett Oct 13
Make sure you avoid the free wall!
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Zachary Whinnett Oct 13
How to avoid septal perforation. Be particularly cautious in elderly female pts. Review pre procedure echo images of septum. Pace regularly during lead deployment paying close attention to impedance. Also review R wave amplitude and look for PVC’s if present consider perforation
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Zachary Whinnett Oct 13
Very nice talk on how to avoid complications with left conduction system pacing. Beware of potential for ventricular arrhythmias particularly in LBBB pts in first 24 hours post implant. Mechanism is likely due to QT prolongation.
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Zachary Whinnett Oct 12
Fantastic meeting! Great conduction system pacing sessions. The Chinese experience in this field is impressive. More than 3000 left conduction system pacing cases in the last year.
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Zachary Whinnett Jun 28
Wouldn’t it be nice if an ICD was able to reliably assess haemodynamic status. Could be helpful in reducing inappropriate therapies and assessing haemodynamic impact of VT. Here is our proposed method.
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Besançon Stéphane May 31
Fascinating ! What americans die from, what they search on google and what the media reports on !
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Zachary Whinnett May 21
Replying to @kvernooy
Really good day. Great to see all the enthusiasm in the Netherlands for conduction system pacing.
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Zachary Whinnett May 15
Congratulations Vish, Prapa and Nick! Great work.
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