AF Patients present to the clinic with significant variation of the disease. Multiple strategies may be required to manage a single patient through their journey with AF.
Optimal outcomes in AF ablation require an individualized approach; assessment of risk factors, atrial pathophysiology, overall disease burden and selection of the most appropriate technology.
Have you missed our last AF Webinar: AF Ablation Chess: Cryo, PFA, and RF…King, Queen or Bishop? Hosted on Wednesday March 9th.
The on-demand content is available now!
During this event, moderated by Dr Anic (University Hospital Split), an expert faculty has reviewed and debated on the different strategies as well as the new technologies for improving the AF treatment.
AF ablation chess: Cryo, PFA, and RF…King, Queen or Bishop?
Moderator: Dr Anic
Pieces on the board: Cryoaballoon, PFA, and Radiofrequency
Latest generation cryoballoon
Prof De Asmundis and Dr Iacopino
Optimized waveform PFA
Local Impedance guided HPSD
Checkmate? Q&A and Discussion with All
AF experts debate on the different strategies and the new technologies for improving the AF treatment.
Watch the replay of the AF Webinar series and learn from EP opinion leaders on Boston Scientific tailored solutions for AF
Discover more about the latest publications on the novel cryoablation system
Learning how EP community benefits from a tailored solution to treat AF patients
Early clinical experience and best practice from Prof. Wakili about the powerful combination of contact force and local impedance to inform AF ablation strategies.
Reporting on the early experience with a novel cryoballoon for the treatment of the Paroxysmal atrial fibrillation.