August 2017

Volume 17 Issue 8

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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The next time someone refers to a “jump” to the slow pathway, remember the original publication of a discontinuous AH curve by Dr. Pablo Denes in 1973. Dr. Denes embodies the qualities that all academic physicians should strive for. As he “jumps” int…
In this interview, EP Lab Digest speaks with Gan Dunnington, MD about this upcoming conference taking place August 24-27th, 2017. 
This August, Dr. Kevin Campbell will lead a medical relief team to the island of Batiki, a small atoll off the coast of Fiji. Dr. Suzy Feigofsky, an electrophysiologist with Iowa Heart Center, will be traveling with him to assist in the medical evalu…
George Joseph, MD, FACC and Thomas Stratton, CEPS present a case describing diagnosis and treatment of AVNRT, with the specific mechanism being fast/slow atypical AVNRT.
Erik Wissner, MD, PhD, FACC, FHRS discusses a case using the visually guided laser balloon (HeartLight Endoscopic Ablation System, CardioFocus).
Michelle Glow, RT(R), RCIS and colleagues from Nebraska Methodist Hospital present a unique application of the subcutaneous ICD.
Adam R. Shapira, MD, FACC, FHRS describes an atypical left atrial flutter that was mapped and successfully ablated using the EnSite Precision Cardiac Mapping System (Abbott).
EP Lab Digest speaks with David Singh, MD about the cardiac electrophysiology program at this private, non-profit, acute medical care facility located in downtown Honolulu, Hawaii.
In this interview, Jonathan Rosman, MD, FACC, FHRS talks about his approach to remote monitoring of congestive heart failure.
Payam Safavi-Naeini, MD and colleagues provide a brief review of the historical progression of cardiac electrophysiology as well as highlight recent developments in their research lab to advance the treatment of arrhythmia.