Rythmologie et stimulation (partie II)

Samedi 17 Janvier 2015   09:00-14:00   Espace posters
JESFC 2015   |   Posters par thème
09:00 • Jean Ferrières
Heart rate predicts long-term mortality as well as classical risk factors
Significance of atrial fibrillation/tachycardia induced by esophageal stimulation.
Does the class of antiarrhythmic drug change the risk of atrial flutter in patients with atrial fibrillation or the risk of atrial fibrillation after atrial flutter ablation?
Preexcitation syndrome and atrioventricular nodal reentrant tachycardia: coincidence or not?
Unpredictable long-term follow-up of untreated preexcitation syndrome
Elderly patients benefit from the evaluation of their tachycardia
Score for arrhythmias detection in symptomatic patients after AV node re-entrant tachycardia ablation.
09:00 • Julie Vincent
A long accessory pathway refractory period measured by oesophageal atrial stimulation is always associated with a benign form of preexcitation syndrome.
09:00 • Sarah Dorlet
Long-term follow- up of AV conduction disturbances after slow pathway ablation in patients with AV node reentrant tachycardia.
Outcomes of patients with unexplained syncope, bundle branch block and normal electrophysiological study
09:00 • Anne Rollin
Prospective evaluation of QT duration in Eating Disorder Patients¤Correlations with morphological and biological parameters.
09:00 • Ilyes Bouaguel
Predictive Value of the CHA2DS2-VASc Score in Atrial Fibrillation Patients at High Risk for Stroke Despite Oral Anticoagulation
09:00 • Claude Kouakam
Usefulness of combined head-up tilt testing with video-EEG monitoring in the evaluation of patients with atypical seizure-like unexplained loss of consciousness
09:00 • Aimé Bonny
Inappropriate shocks are more common in asymptomatic vs symptomatic Brugada syndrome patients implanted a cardioverter-defibrillator
09:00 • Ikram Chamtouri
Characteristics of atrial fibrillation in women: about a study of 642 patients