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Title: Impact of Yoga on Cardiac Autonomic Function and Arrhythmias
Title: A patient with asymptomatic cerebral lesions during AF ablation: how much should we worry?
Title: Radiation dose is significantly reduced by use of contact force sensing catheter during circumferential pulmonary vein isolation
Credits: Giuseppe Stabile, Antonio De Simone, Francesco Solimene, Assunta Iuliano, Vincenzo La Rocca, Vincenzo Schillaci, Alfonso Panella, Gergana Shopova, Felice Nappi, Francesco Urraro, Giovanni Russo, Giovanni Napolitano, Paola Chiariello
Title: Exploring the potential role of catheter ablation in patients with asymptomatic atrial fibrillation. Should we move away from symptom relief?
Affiliation: Full Professor in Cardiology at the Department of Medical Sciences, University of Turin, Italy. His field of interest has focused on clinical arrhythmias and transcatheter ablation techniques. Above all, in the last thirty years, he pioneered this field directly contributing to the first transcatheter ablation by DC shock carried out in Europe, the first surgical ablations for accessory pathways and the percutaneous ablation techniques of nodal reentrant tachycardias.
Affiliation: He is member in good standing of ESC of which he was nominated Fellow, of EHRA, of AIACand of GIMSI (Gruppo Italiano Multidisciplinare per lo Studio della Sincope). Member of the board, president and past-president of AIAC; co-chair of the Scientific Committee and member of the Programme Committee of EHRA, member of the Education Committee of ESC. He was the chairman of the Task Force on Syncope of the European Society of Cardiology, he was the chairman of the Task Force on External and Implantable Loop Recorder of EHRA (Position Paper, Europace 2009)
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