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Title: Management of Pulmonary Vein Stenosis Following Catheter Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation.

Credits: Narendra Kumar, MD, Laurent Pison, MD, PhD, Carl Timmermans, MD,PhD, Jos Maessen, MD,PhD, Harry Crijns, MD,PhD


Title: Frequent Atrial Fibrillation in CYP2D6 Deficiency

Credits: Dr. Harry W. Daniell


Title: Atraumatic lung hernia: A rare complication of minimally invasive surgical atrial fibrillation ablation

Credits: Narendra kumar,MD, Laurent Pison, MD, Mark la Meir, MD, PhD, Harry Crijns , MD, PhD, Jos Maessen, MD, PhD


Title: Testing of box lesion by adenosine

Credits: Narendra kumar,MD, Laurent Pison, MD, Mark la Meir, MD, PhD, Harry Crijns , MD, PhD, Jos Maessen, MD, PhD


Title: Cytochrome 450-2D6 Genotype Definition May Improve Therapy for Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation. A Case of Syncope Following

Credits: Harry W. Daniell, MD


Title: Hybrid Therapy for Atrial Fibrillation - where the knife meets the catheter

Credits: Laurent Pison, Mark La Meir, Harry J. Crijns


  • Dr. Harry W. Daniell, MD.

    Affiliation: Dr. Daniell is a clinical professor in the Department of Family Practice, University of California Medical School at Davis. A general internist in private solo practice he has published extensively on a wide variety of subjects including the contributions by cigarette smoking to skin wrinkling and osteoporosis, prevention of nocturnal leg cramps, sex hormone deficiencies due to opioid consumption, and the hazards of proton pump inhibitor medications.

  • Dr. Jose A. Joglar, MD.

    Affiliation: Dr. Joglar is Professor of Internal Medicine and Program Director of Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. He is also director of Cath and EP lab at Parkland Memorial hospital and holds The Thaxton Page and Ellis Batten Page Professorship in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Research. He has been involved in academic medicine all his life, has expertise and has conducted diverse research on atrial fibrillation as well as defibrillation science.

  • Dr. Mindy Vroomen, .

    Affiliation: Dr. Vroomen graduated as a MD in 2012 at the Maastricht University (The Netherlands), and started working as SHO in cardiothoracic surgery at the Catharina Hospital in Eindhoven. After 1.5 years she switched to cardiology at the Maastricht University Medical Center, where she is currently working to obtain her PhD degree under the mentorship of Prof. Dr. Harry Crijns and Dr. Laurent Pison. Her primary research interest concerns hybrid AF ablation.


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