What’s New?

In EP Lab Digest®’s December 2014 issue, we feature three fantastic case studies. Editor-in-Chief Emeritus Todd J. Cohen, MD and colleagues highlight the potential applications of the Reveal LINQ Insertable Cardiac Monitor (Medtronic, Inc.) for the diagnosis and treatment of syncope of unknown etiology. James Kneller, MD, MSc, PhD, FHRS, CCDS discusses his approach to PVC ablation and presents a successful case combining the principles of this workflow. Hanscy Seide, MD and Hae W. Lim, PhD examine the potential efficiencies that may be possible with the Arctic Front Advance cryoballoon system (Medtronic, Inc.) through short and predictable time usage to help maximize staff and EP lab utilization.

 

We also hear from an array of new voices! Michael McCullough, author of the blog Afibrunner.com, shares his experience living with persistent atrial fibrillation. Jerry W. Jones, MD, FACEP, FAAEM discusses courses available at the Medicus of Houston, a provider of continuing education for physicians and other medical personnel specializing in advanced ECG interpretation and dysrhythmia analysis. We also feature the EP program at Washington Regional Medical Center in a Spotlight Interview.

 

In addition, don’t miss our newly redesigned EP Lab Digest® website, including an online-exclusive multimedia section of videos from your favorite EP Lab Digest® articles. Take a look and let us know what you think!

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