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Update in Electrocardiography and Arrhythmias
The Stanford Court, A Renaissance Hotel
905 California Street - Nob Hill
San Francisco, CA
Update in Electrocardiography and Arrhythmias
University of California, San Francisco 

Schedule of Presentations:

Saturday, October 24, 2009
07:30:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
08:15:00 Atypical and Unusual ECG Patterns of Acute Myocardial Infarction Gabriel Gregoratos
08:45:00 Drugs/Electrolyte Abnormalities and Pro-arrhythmia Nora F. Goldschlager
09:15:00 Asymptomatic ECG Abnormalities: When to Lose Sleep George J. Klein
09:45:00 Evaluation of the Athlete at Risk for Sudden Cardiac Death Albert M. Kim
10:15:00 Break
10:30:00 The Role of Non-invasive Testing in Risk Assessment. Is the T wave Alternans Test still Viable? Clinical Role of the VEST Zian H. Tseng
11:00:00 SMALL GROUP SESSIONS Basic ECG's Nora F. Goldschlager
11:20:00 Advanced ECG's George J. Klein
12:00:00 Lunch and Award Ceremony for Dr. George J. Klein
13:00:00 Newer Techniques to Assess Candidates for, and Efficacy of, CRT: Potential Role for Candidates with Narrow QRS, RBBB, Atrial Fibrillation Paul D. Varosy
13:30:00 Anti-arrhythmic and Non-antiarrhythmic Drug Therapy for Atrial Fibrillation Gregory M. Marcus
14:00:00 Update on Catheter Ablation Therapy for Cure of Atrial Fibrillation Nitish Badhwar
14:45:00 Newer Drug Devices for Prevention of Embolic Event in Patients with Atrial Fibrillation Randall J. Lee
15:15:00 Mass ECG Screening is Cost-effective and Appropriate for High School and College Athletes DEBATE Byron K. Lee, Marian Byron
15:45:00 Rebuttals
16:00:00 SMALL GROUP SESSIONS (Basic Arrhythmias) Lester B. Jacobson
16:30:00 Advanced Arrhythmias George J. Klein
17:00:00 Adjourn
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