News & Information For Arrhythmia Clinicians

Register now for this year's Arrhythmia Alliance Heart Rhythm Updates meetings

Launching 26th February, Arrhythmia Alliance (A-A)’s new online series — Heart Rhythm Updates — will keep you informed about the latest developments in arrhythmia care, covering all aspects from prevention to perfecting the patient care pathway. Through this series, you can access focused content on our bespoke virtual platform. The platform allows you to listen to arrhythmia experts review a range of topics, including the effect of COVID-19 on device clinics, from the comfort of your home/office/clinic. Dip in and out and re-visit the content at a time that suits you! You can also tour the virtual exhibition to view the latest in innovation, technologies, and treatments.

The A-A HRU series only costs £35/$50. However, A-A subscribers can access the series free of charge. A-A subscription is only £50/$70 per year and allows you to access all A-A online events, including the Virtual Heart Rhythm Congress 2021. A-A subscribers will also be able to attend, COVID-19 restrictions permitting, the annual A-A Heart Rhythm Congress at a discounted rate. If you are based in the USA, you can visit our US A-A subscription page to pay in dollars


Interventions to CORRECT the arrhythmia: What’s new in 2021? — Launching 26th February 2021

In this hour-long webinar, arrhythmia experts from the University Hospital, Coventry and Warwickshire, UK — a centre of excellence — review the latest developments in correcting arrhythmias with interventions such as pacemakers and radiofrequency ablation.

Leadless Pacing Update

Dr Michael Kuehl (Consultant Cardiologist, University Hospital, Coventry and Warwickshire, UK)

Dr Kuehl is a Heart Failure Association (HFA) Certified Heart Failure & Device Consultant Cardiologist. Specifically, he is the Heart Failure lead for St Cross Hospital Rugby.


VT ablation-regional results and current international perspectives

Dr Tarv Dhanjal (Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist, University Hospital, Coventry and Warwickshire, UK)

Dr Dhanjal leads an active research programme investigating the mechanisms of ventricular arrhythmias and introducing new technologies, working with basic scientists, industry, and Universities both in the UK and in mainland Europe. He has also presented at several international conferences and has published numerous scientific papers.


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The effect on COVID-19 on the arrhythmia clinic

This special webinar will review how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected how arrhythmia clinics operate, looking at both device clinic activity and procedure activity.

The digital arrhythmia clinic

In this session, arrhythmia experts will review the benefits and challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, looking at how 2020 saw a welcome shift towards increased use of remote monitoring and virtual consultations.

Perfecting the care pathway for arrhythmia patients with heart failure.

This in-depth update will review the key considerations when managing people with heart failure, ranging from the latest developments in device treatments to moving towards palliative care.

The latest technological developments: Here to stay or a flash in the pan?

New technologies have the potential to revolutionise the management of arrhythmias, but some fail to deliver the advancements they promise. This webinar will explore if new technologies such as fusion-based cardiac resynchronisation therapy (CRT) are here to stay or will be a “flash in the pan”.

Syncope update

This webinar will review the latest developments in the management of arrhythmia-related syncope.

N.B: The above programme is provisional and subject to change.


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