The availability of short-acting NOACs has made it much easier to safely manage patients on anticoagulation around the time of surgery. The rapid offset and onset of NOACs obviates the need for bridging anticoagulation.
Erin D. Sharpe, ARNP and colleagues describe the Bryan Heart Atrial Fibrillation Center of Excellence
(BRACE) Clinic, which was established 10 years ago to develop high-quality care to patients with atrial fibrillation.
Ahmadreza Karimianpour, DO and colleagues present a ventricular tachycardia (VT) ablation case in which computed tomography imaging was fused with high-density electroanatomic mapping to delineate VT circuitry.
Jacquie Baker, BSc, MSc, PhD and colleagues discuss how recognizing the common clinical features of nOH and POTS has the potential to significantly improve the quality of life in hundreds of thousands of patients.
Jennifer N. Avari Silva, MD and colleagues discuss the extended realities (XR) system called the Enhanced Electrophysiology Visualization and Interaction System (also known as ELVIS, now being marketed as CommandEP by SentiAR Inc.).