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The basic science of arrhythmias - Mechanisms and Pathophysiology

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2017
Topic: Mechanisms of arrhythmias
Session type: Moderated Posters
Date: 28 August 2017
Time: 10:05 - 10:55


7 presentations in this session

Coupling intervals of idiopathic, NIDCM, ischemic and inherited PLN and LMNA cardiomyopathy associated premature ventricular contractions: an insight into the underlying arrhythmia mechanisms

Speaker: Mr L. de Vries (Rotterdam, NL)

Lower soluble Klotho and higher impact fibroblast growth factor 23 serum levels are associated with episodes of atrial fibrillation

Speaker: Doctor J. Wieczorek (Katowice, PL)

Obesity increases the propensity for atrial arrhythmias

Speaker: Miss K. Webb (Manchester, GB)

Perhexiline inhibits multiple cardiac ion channels and prolongs the QTc interval predominantly by lengthening the Tpeak-Tend interval

Speaker: Doctor M. Midei (Monkton, US)

Combination of intraoperative electroanatomical mapping and histopathological examination revealed mechanism of monomorphic ventricular tachycardia associated with primary cardiac tumor.

Speaker: Doctor H. Murata (Tokyo, JP)

Drivers of persistent atrial fibrillation: do focal or rotational regions differ in their stability over time?

Speaker: Doctor R. Navara (Saint Louis, US)

The study of serum inflammatory mediators in patients with atrial fibrillation

Speaker: Mr R. Batalov (Tomsk, RU)

7 speakers from this session

Mr Lennart de Vries

Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam (Netherlands (The))
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Doctor Joanna Wieczorek

School of Medicine in Katowice, Medical University of Silesia, Katowice (Poland)
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Miss Kirsty Webb

University of Manchester, Manchester (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)
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Doctor Mark Midei

Armetheon, Monkton (United States of America)
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Doctor Hiroshige Murata

Nippon Medical School, Department of Cardiology, Tokyo (Japan)
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Doctor Rachita Navara

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER, Saint Louis (United States of America)
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Mr Roman Batalov

Scientific Institute of Cardiology, Tomsk (Russian Federation)
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