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May 12, 2015

Mechanisms for Arrhythmias, a CHFR workshop


 

Center for Heart Failure Research invited clinicians and researchers with an interest in cardiac electrophysiology and arrhythmias to participate at the CHFR workshop: Mechanisms for Arrhythmias on May 8th at Oslo University Hospital Ullevål.

Centre PhD students Ida Skrinde Leren and Stian Ross presented their projects and Centre leader for Cardiology Research Kristina Haugaa and Hans Henrik Odland , MD, PhD were moderators. Many of the CCI members participated.

Professor Marc Vos from UMC Utrecht, the Netherlands, had an invited lecture titled "Triggered arrhythmias identified by beat-to-beat variability of repolarization: a new electrical risk stratifying parameter?"

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PhD students Thyu Mi Nguyen, Ida Skrinde Leren og Daniela Melichova. Ida Skrinde Leren also held a prosject presentation titled "Nadolol decreases incidence and severity of ventricular arrhythmias at exercise compared to selective beta blockers in patients with catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia (CPVT)".
Shih Jhih-Yuan og Øyvind Lie.
Centre leder for Cardiology Research Kristina Haugaa and Professor Marc Vos from UMC Utrecht, the Netherlands. 
Stian Ross, MD and PhD student is holding a project presentation titled "Acute feedback on left ventricular lead implantation location for cardiac resynchronization therapy".
Hans Henrik Odland, MD, PhD answering questions related to Stian Ross' project presentation on "Acute feedback on left ventricular lead implantation location for cardiac resynchronization therapy".
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