November 2020

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Volume 20 Issue 11

Editorial Staff

Clinical Editor
Bradley Knight, MD
Executive Editor
Laurie Gustafson
Managing Editor
Jodie Elrod
Production Manager
Alexa Flinn

Editorial Correspondence

Jodie Elrod, Managing Editor, EP Lab Digest
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David Sanders, MD and colleagues discuss the gendered impact on health outcomes from COVID-19.
Mustafa Husaini, MD, and Jordan M. Prutkin, MD, MHS outline how to best navigate the uncharted waters for athletes post-COVID-19 infection in order to maximize the physical, mental, and social benefits of sports while minimizing unnecessary…
Angela Powers, CVT and colleagues showcase this EP program in Framingham, Massachusetts. The EP program at MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham was started in 1993 by Dr. Mark Josephson and Dr. Donald Love.
In this feature interview, EP Lab Digest speaks with Sidharth Shah, MD, MS, FACC of UNC Health in Raleigh, North Carolina, about his use of the LUX-Dx™ Insertable Cardiac Monitor (ICM) System (Boston Scientific) to provide more proactive care in…
Omair K. Yousuf, MD and colleagues present a case demonstrating that 3D electroanatomical mapping (EAB)-guided endomyocardial biopsy is a safe, efficient, and feasible strategy when a diagnosis remains inconclusive based on clinical and imaging…
Joseph Heaton, MD and colleagues report the findings of the United States’ Food and Drug Administration Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience (MAUDE) database.
Anne Meyer, MSN, FNP, RN, CCDS discusses implementing an Implantable Device Cardiac Observation (IDCO) workflow solution for the device clinic at Essentia Health.
Rebecca Yapejian, MSN, FNP-C shares her experience working the COVID-19 testing tent at Duke University Hospital during Tropical Storm Isaias.
If a drone can surpass the witness of a cardiac arrest to locate and deliver an AED on a college campus, it is likely to win the race in most other venues where AEDs are not so ubiquitous. This idea should be pursued.