CATCH ME at the HRC Congress 2018 in Birmingham

  • by Emilia Czarnecki - Tue, 2018-10-09 16:00

 

Three CATCH ME partners presented their work at the Heart Rhythm Congress (HRC) 2018 in Birmingham, UK, on Tuesday, 9th October 2018, providing the platform for a vivid discussing of results from the CATCH ME project:

 

Larissa Fabritz (University of Birmingham): Current Status of Screening for AF: Frequency, Significance and Limitations in the session "AF Association Outcomes Outside The Lab"

Ulrich Schotten (University of Maastricht): Clinic. Making sense of chaos. The Science, Pseudoscience and Unknowns of Mapping and Burning Unstable arrhythmias in the session "New & Improved! Basic Science Zero Jargon Session 2018 - Bench to Bedside"

Reza Wakili (Univerisity of Munich/University of Essen): Direct Sense: A valuable new technology for my patients in the session "Can new technologies in EP improve patient outcome?"

 

Click here to see the full program.

For more information on the congress, visit www.heartrhythmcongress.org.