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CRT for Atypical Populations

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  • Course

Release Date: 9/1/2016

Expiration Date: 12/30/2018

  • Participation - no CE credit: 3

Description

CRT for Atypical Populations

As the tools to provide successful left ventricular lead placement have expanded, the appropriate patient population to benefit from cardiac resynchronization therapy is still unclear.  Is there a role for CRT in the patient with a non-left bundle branch block pattern, or for a narrow QRS? 

What are future advances?  Once a CRT device is implanted, this pathway will provide insights on how to avoid non-responders.  

HRS Members - Complimentary (after log in)

Non-Members - $29 USD

Learning Pathway presentations include:

CRT in Octogenerians <20 minutes
CRT in Patients with Renal Dysfunction <20 minutes
CRT in Patients with RBBB <20 minutes
CRT Gender and Race Considerations <20 minutes

Debate - Is AV Node Ablation Necessary to Achieve Cardiac Resynchronization in AF Patients? <45 minutes

Cardiac resynchronization therapy in the elderly with or without an implantable defibrillator <20 minutes

Multiple comorbidities and response to CRT-D: Results from the MADIT-CRT long-term follow-up study <20 minutes

CRT for the Patient with a Narrow QRS <20 minutes

Challenges CRT Cases - My Patient has Pacing Induced CM. Should I Implant a CRT-D or CRT-P? <15 minutes
Challenges CRT Cases - My Patient With a PPM Needs an Upgrade to a BiV ICD Cap or Extract? <15 minutes

Faculty

Sana M. Al-Khatib, MD, MHS, FHRS, CCDS
Duke University Medical Center
Durham, NC

Theofanie Mela, MD
Massachusetts General Hospital
Boston, MA

Maurizio Gasparini, MD
Humanitas Research Hospital
Rozzano-Milano, Italy

Uma N. Srivatsa, MD, FHRS
University of California - Davis Medical Center
Sacramento, CA

Michele Brignole, MD
Ospedali del Tigullio
Lavagna, Italy

Derek V. Exner, MD, MPH, FHRS
Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta
Calgary, AB, Canada

Michael Doering, MD
University Leipzig, Heart Centre
Leipzig, Germany

Emily P. Zeitler, MD
Duke University Hospital
Durham, NC

Rupa Bala, MD
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA

Sherry Saxonhouse, MD
Sanger Heart and Vascular Institute
Charlotte, NC

Charles A. Henrikson, MD, FHRS
Oregon Health and Science University, Knight Cardiovascular Institute
Portland, OR

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