Mayo Clinic is committed to taking care of our patients, learners and staff. To prepare for a potential broadening of the COVID-19 outbreak and to help protect our communities, Mayo Clinic is suspending live courses through June 30, 2020.
Registrants will be contacted by email as soon as possible with course-specific information.
The 2020 Cardiac Rhythm Device Summit: Implantation, Management and Follow Conference is cancelled.
InterContinental New York Times Square
300 W 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
The Cardiac Device Summit will provide an update on the indications, follow up, and management of cardiac rhythm technology, emphasizing clinical pearls. Hundreds of thousands of patients receive cardiac rhythm devices each year for brady or tachyarrhythmis and heart failure. In addition, the number of people who may benefit from an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) and/or cardiac resynchronization device (CRT) has substantially increased in the past decade. Evolving device technology has increased programming complexity, follow-up, and management. Cardiac implantable device management related to electrophysiology remains a major part of daily practice for cardiologists, electrophysiologists, and non-physician caregivers involved in the management of these devices.
To reinforce the knowledge gained from the course and ensure lasting value to each attendee’s practice, Mayo Clinic provides access to all course presentations with voice-over recordings after the completion of the course. You must have attended the course as a live attendee in order to access these.
- Describe the current indications for pacemaker, ICD, subcutaneous ICD, and resynchronization therapies
- Recognize upcoming technologies such as leadless and epicardial devices
- Interpret diagnostic material (electrocardiograms, impedance, radiography, and other sources) to troubleshoot suspected implantable device malfunction
- Discuss CIED related common issues such as management of device patients having MRI, radiation, infection and extract implantable devices
- Identify the current capabilities and roles of remote monitoring to manage patients with cardiovascular risk and disease
- Recognize precise cardiac anatomy to facilitate lead placement
The symposium is designed for cardiologists, internists, family practitioners, physician assistants and cardiovascular nurse practitioners and technologists caring for patients with cardiac rhythm management.