EP FOR ENTHUSIASTS

TRAINING VENUES

THE COURSE

What to Expect

Run by Cardiac Physiologists for Cardiac Physiologists, this two-day course delves into arrhythmia and provides an exceptional level of detail regarding differential diagnosis of supraventricular and ventricular arrhythmias, as well as revisiting common arrhythmia concepts.


Held at the Abbott training facility at Solihull, the topics covered include:

  • SVT differential diagnosis

  • Atrial fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia

  • Mechanisms of arrhythmia and pacing manoeuvres

Faculty

Mr Ian Wright, Imperial Hospital.

Target Audience

Trained Cardiac Physiologists and Registrars wanting to broaden their understanding of tachyarrhythmias.


Minimum 6 months EP experience.

Capacity

16 delegates.


This popular course is run twice throughout the year. 
For dates and availability, please contact your local Abbott representative or click here to register your interest online.

Attendee Testimonials

"Excellent course which everyone starting out in EP should have the opportunity to attend."

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