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Doctor Benjamin Sieniewicz

Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Plymouth (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)

Member of:

European Society of Cardiology

Dr Ben Sieniewicz was awarded a Wessex Cardiology NTN in 2012 after graduating from Sheffield University in 2008. He undertook Foundation and CMT training in the Severn Deanery. After completing his core cardiology training he applied to enter a period of research at King’s College London and is (gradually) writing a PhD under the supervision of Professor CA Rinaldi evaluating optimal LV pacing site selection. He was awarded a British Heart Failure Project Grant in 2016. Dr Sieniewicz will return to the Wessex Cardiology rotation in January 2019 and will take up the Heart Failure Fellowship post at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth.

Wireless LV endocardial cardiac resynchronisation therapy is safe & effective; results from a multicentre international study

Event: EHRA 2019

Topic: Cardiac Resynchronisation Therapy (CRT)

Session: Rapid Fire 5: improving the response to cardiac resynchronization therapy: emerging technologies

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Safety and efficacy of optimal site selection during biventircualar endocardial pacing: A multi-centre UK study

Event: EHRA 2018

Topic: Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy

Session: CRT

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Cardiomyoapthic aetiology affects the distribution of endocardial electrical latency; results from a multi-centre registry

Event: EHRA 2018

Topic: Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy

Session: Controverses in CRT

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Does targeting the site of maximal electrical delay result in the optimal haemodynamic improvement; results from an international multi-centre registry

Event: EHRA 2018

Topic: Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy

Session: Guided CRT and specific population

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Optimal site selection during biventircualar endocardial pacing improves acute haemodynamic response and chronic remodeling: A multi-centre UK study

Event: EHRA 2018

Topic: Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy

Session: CRT

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Identifying the optimal location for LV endocardial pacing: results from a multicentre international registry

Event: EHRA EUROPACE - CARDIOSTIM 2017

Topic: Technical and imaging aspects (Resynchronization therapy)

Session: Young Investigator Award: Clinical

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Paced QRS duration predicts the optimal LV endocardial pacing site; results from a multi-centre registry

Event: EHRA EUROPACE - CARDIOSTIM 2017

Topic: Technical and imaging aspects (Resynchronization therapy)

Session: Cardiac resynchronisation therapy

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Predicting the optimal site for LV lead deployment using epicardial non-invasive mapping

Event: EHRA EUROPACE - CARDIOSTIM 2017

Topic: Technical and imaging aspects (Resynchronization therapy)

Session: Cardiac resynchronisation therapy

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Electrical latency (Q-LV) predicts the optimal LV endocardial pacing site; results from a multi-centre registry

Event: EHRA EUROPACE - CARDIOSTIM 2017

Topic: Technical and imaging aspects (Resynchronization therapy)

Session: Young EP Poster Session - Young Meets Experienced

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