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Title: Computational Flow Dynamic Analysis of Right and Left Atria in Patent Foramen Ovale: Potential Links with Atrial Fibrillation
Title: Internal jugular vein complete thrombosis after dual chamber pacemaker implant
Title: Implantable Loop Recorder: Diagnostic Yield And Possible Therapeutic Effect In Patients With Neurally Mediated Reflex Syncope
Title: Combined Diagnostic Yield of Tilt Table Test And Implantable Loop Recorder to Identify Patients Affected by Severe Clinical Presentation of Neurally-Mediated Reflex Syncope who Could Respond to Cardiac Pacing
Title: Catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation without radiation exposure using a 3D mapping system
Title: Electrical and Hemodynamic Evaluation of Ventricular and Supraventricular Tachycardias with an Implantable Cardiac Stimulator
Credits: Claudio Pandozi MD, Franco Di Gregorio BiolScD, Carlo Lavalle MD, Renato Pietro Ricci MD, Sabina Ficili MD, Marco Galeazzi MD, Maurizio Russo MD, Angela Pandozi MD, Furio Colivicchi MD, Massimo Santini MD
Title: Vasovagal syncope as a manifestation of an evolutionary selected trait
Title: Silent Cerebral Embolism during Atrial Fibrillation Ablation: Pathophysiology, Prevention and Management
Title: Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid Supplementation: Mechanism and Current Evidence in Atrial Fibrillation
Affiliation: Director of the Cardiology Division of Cardinal Massaia Hospital in Asti, Italy. His field of interest has focused on clinical arrhythmia and transcatheter ablation techniques. He’s currently directly involved in management and interventional procedures of arrhythmias in pediatric population and GUCH. In the last 22 years, his constant work has produced 74 publications published in national and international peer reviewed journals and several widely referred books and textbooks. To date he is actively involved in several professional national and international societies as the European Society in Cardiology.
Affiliation: Marco Tomaino is a cardiologist, arrhythmologist and syncope expert in the Department of Cardiology of the Central Hospital of Bolzano, Italy. He is involved in the scientific activity of GIMSI (Multidisciplinary Italian Group for the Study of Syncope) as member of the national committee and AIAC (Italian Group of Arrhythmology and Cardiostimulation) in the role of regional president.
Affiliation: Dr. Marco Proietti has an extensive experience in planning, setting and managing of large observational and randomized clinical studies. He is primarily interested in Atrial Fibrillation clinical management and, in particular, in the interaction between co-morbidities and Atrial Fibrillation in determining adverse outcomes.
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