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HRC 2016 Abstract Shortlist

YOUNG INVESTIGATORS COMPETITION
ORAL ABSTRACTS (1)
ORAL ABSTRACTS (2)
ORAL ABSTRACTS (3)
MODERATED POSTERS (1)
MODERATED POSTERS (2)
POSTERS (1)
POSTERS (2) 

 

Young Investigators Competition - Monday 10 October, 13:30-17:17 - Hall 7

1. GENETIC ANALYSIS IN THE EVALUATION OF UNEXPLAINED CARDIAC ARREST: FROM THE CARDIAC ARREST SURVIVORS WITH PRESERVED EJECTION FRACTION REGISTRY (CASPER)

G Mellor (Presenting Author), Z Laksman, B Gerull, C Simpson, G Klein, J Champagne, M Talajic, M Gardner, C Steinberg, M Janzen, L Arbour, M Green, P Angaran, J Roberts, R Leather, S Sanatani, V Chauhan, J Healey, A Krahn (Papworth Hospital, Cambridge UK; University of British Columbia, Vancaouver CA; University of Calgary, Calgary CA; Queens University, Kingston CA; Western University, London UK; Quebec heart & Lung Institute, Quebec CA; Montreal Heart Institute, Montreal CA; QEII Health Centre, Halifax CA; University of British Columbia, Vancouver CA; Royal Jubilee Hospital, Victoria CA; University of Ottowa, Ottowa CA; University of Toronto, Toronto CA; BC Children's Hospital, Vancouver CA; Population Health Research Institute, Hamilton CA)

2.IN-VIVO WHOLE HEART CONTACT MAPPING DATA AND A SIMPLE MATHEMATICAL FRAMEWORK TO UNDERSTAND THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ACTIVATION AND REPOLARIZATION RESITUTION DYNAMICS IN THE INTACT HUMAN HEART

M Orini (Presenting Author), P Taggart, N Srinivasan, M Hayward, PD Lambiase (University College London, London UK; The Heart Hospital, London UK)

3. THE K(ATP) CHANNEL OPENER DIAZOXIDE REDUCES AUTOMATICITY IN AN IN VITRO ATRIAL CELL MODEL - POTENTIAL FOR K(ATP) CHANNELS AS A DRUG TARGET FOR ATRIAL ARRHYTHMIAS

M Specterman (Presenting Author), Q Aziz, M C Finlay, M Nobles, M Anderson, K Ng, R J Schilling, A Tinker (Queen Mary University of London & The Barts Heart Centre, London UK)

4. LONG-TERM OUTCOMES AFTER CATHETER ABLATION OF VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA IN PATIENTS WITH STRUCTURAL HEART DISEASE: A MULTICENTRE UK STUDY

V Sawhney (Presenting Author), AB Breitenstein, WU Ullah, SH Honarbakhsh, MD Dhinoja, RJS Schilling, RP Providencia, GB Babu, AC Chow, PL Lambiase, SP Panikker, AK Kontogeorgis, TW Wong, MH Hall, IT Temple, SB Bartoletti, MK Kalla, MC Cassar, KR Rajappan, RH Hunter (Barts Heart Centre, London UK; Royal Brompton Hospital, London UK; Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital, Liverpool UK; John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford UK)

5. THE BURDEN OF ARRHYTHMIAS IN LIFE-LONG ENDURANCE ATHLETES

A Merghani (Presenting Author), V Maestrini, S Rosmini, AT Cox, TJ Yeo, H Dhutia, R Narain, A Malhotra, E Behr, M Tome, K Alfakih, JC Moon, S Sharma (St Georges University of London, London UK; The Barts Heart Centre, London UK; Lewisham University Hospital, London UK)

6. CARDIAC MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING RISK STRATIFICATION USING MARKERS OF REGIONAL AND DIFFUSE FIBROSIS FOR IMPLANTABLE CARDIOVERTER DEFIBRILLATOR THERAPY: THE VALUE OF T1 MAPPING IN NON-ISCHEMIC PATIENTS

S Claridge (Presenting Author), S Mennuni, T Jackson, J Behar, B Porter, B Sieniewicz, J Webb, J Bostock, M O'Neill, F Murgatroyd, G Carr-White, A Chiribiri, R Razavi, Z Chen, C Rinaldi (King's College, London UK)

 

Oral Abstracts (1) - Monday 10 October, 08:30-12:15 - Hall 7

Allied Professionals

7. CRYOABLATION FOR PAROXYSMAL ATRIAL FIBRILLATION - IS AN EP LAB REQUIRED?

F Champney (Presenting Author), J Silberbauer, S O'Nunain, J Gomes, J McCready (Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton UK)

8. A PATHWAY TO SAFETY - ANTICOAGULATION COMPLIANCE IN CIED PATIENTS WITH AF

LJ Maddock (Presenting Author), J Bostock, K Shaw (Guy's & St Thomas' Trust, London UK; King's Improvement Science, London UK)

9. UNDERSTANDING THE WAYS IN WHICH OCCUPATION IS AFFECTED BY POSTURAL TACHYCARDIA SYNDROME: A UK OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PERSPECTIVE

J Welford (Presenting Author), C McKenna (Teeside University, Middlesbrough UK)

10. DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERGRATED SUPPORT PATHWAY FOR PATIENTS FULFILLING NICE CRITERIA FOR AN INTERNAL CARDIOVASCULAR DEBRIBRILLATOR (ICD) IN A DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL

J Kemp (Presenting Author), J Bailey (Musgrove Park Hospital, Taunton UK)

11. ARE CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS ALSO ASSOCIATED WITH THE INCIDENCE OF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION? A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND FIELD SYNOPSIS OF 23 FACTORS IN 32 INITIALLY HEALTHY COHORTS OF 20 MILLION PARTICIPANTS

V Allan (Presenting Author), S Honarbakhsh, JP Casas, J Wallace, R Hunter, R Schilling, P Perel, K Morley, A Banerjee, H Hemingway (University College of London, London UK; The Barts Heart Centre, London UK; St Bartholomew's Hospital, London UK; University of London, London UK; London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London UK; Kings College, London UK)


12. BRAIN MRI FINDINGS IN PATIENTS WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION UNDERGOING CARDIOVERSION

Y Persidskikh (Presenting Author), A Mrochak, T Ilyina, D Goncharik, A Chasnoits, L Plashinskaya (RSPC Cardiology, Minsk, BY)

Basic Science / Sudden Cardiac Death

13. PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF THE "RE-ENTRY VULNERABILITY INDEX" AS A MARKER OF CARDIAC INSTABILITY IN THE HUMAN HEART USING WHOLE-HEART CONTACT EPICARDIAL MAPPING

M Orini (Presenting Author), P Taggart, M Hayward, PD Lambiase (University College of London, London UK; Heart Hospital, London UK)

14. OPTOGENETIC STIMULATION OF BRAINSTEM'S VAGAL PREGANGLIONIC NEURONES IS ASSOCIATED WITH NEURONAL NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE-DEPENDENT PROLOGATION OF VENTRICULAR EFFECTIVE REFRACTORY PERIOD

R Ang (Presenting Author), PS Hosford, S Kasparov, PD Lambiase, A Tinker, AV Gourine (Barts Heart Centre, London UK; University of London, London UK; University of Bristol, Bristol UK; University College of London, London UK)

15. A DYNAMIC-CLAMP STUDY OF L-TYPE Ca2+ CURRENT IN RABBIT AND HUMAN ATRIAL MOCYTES: THE CONTRIBUTION OF WINDOW ICaL TO EARLY AFTERDEPOLARISATIONS

A J Workman (Presenting Author), S Kettlewell, J Dempster, A C Rankin, R C Myles, G L Smith (University of Glasgow, Glasgow UK; University of Stratclyde, Glasgow UK; University of Leeds, Leeds UK)

16. WHOLE EXOME SEQUENCING IN SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME

L Wong (Presenting Author), D Tester, A Jayne, D FitzPatrick, M Evans, P Fleming, I Jeffrey, M Cohen, M Simpson, M Ackerman, E Behr (St George's University of London, London UK; Mayo Clinic, Rochester US; University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh UK; University of Bristol, Bristol UK; St George's Hospital, London UK; Sheffield Children's Hospital, Sheffield UK)

17. MEDIUM TERM SURVIVAL AND FAMILY SCREENING OUTCOMES IN AN IDIOPATHIC VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION COHORT - A MULTICENTRE EXPERIENCE

S Honarbakhsh (Presenting Author), N Srinivasan, C Kirkby, E Firman, L Tobin, C Murphy, M Lowe, RJ Hunter, M Finlay, RJ Schilling, PD Lambiase (Barts Heart Centre, London UK)

18. CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SCD SURVIVORS WITH BRUGADA SYNDROME:- ARE SPONSANEOUS TYPE I ECG AND PREVIOUS SYNCOPE REALLY ASSOCIATED WITH HIGH RISK?

KMW Leong (Presenting Author), FS Ng, L Tomlinson, S Nuthoo, E Cajilog, DC Lefroy, N Quereshi, M Koa-Wing, ZI Whinnett, NW Linton, DW Davies, PB Lim, NS Peters, P Kanagaratnam, A Varnava (Imperial College London, London UK)

 

Oral Abstracts (2) - Tuesday 11 October, 13:30-17:15 - Hall 7

EP & Ablation

19. CARDIAC ABLATION PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOMES MEASURES (PROMS): ANALYSIS OF POST-ABLATION AND 1 YEAR FOLLOW-UP DATA

J M Evans (Presenting Author), K L Withers, J White, M Lencioni, G Carolan-Rees, K A Wood, H Patrick, M Griffith (Cedar, Cardiff & Vales UHB, Cardiff UK; University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham UK; Duke University School of Nursing, Durham UK; National Institute for Health & Care Excellence, London UK)

20. INTENTIONAL CORONARY VEIN EXIT AND CARBON DIOXIDE INSUFFLATION TO ALLOW SAFE SUBXIPHOID EPICARDIAL ACCESS FOR VENTRICULAR MAPPING AND ABLATION - FIRST EXPERIENCE

J Silberbauer (Presenting Author), J Gomes, S Kirubakaran, S O'Nunain, M Bencat, J McCready (Sussex Cardiac Centre, Brighton UK; Queen Alexadra Hospital, Bournemouth UK; Worthing Hospital, Worthing UK)

21. PACED FRACTIONATION DETECTION AS A TOOL FOR MAPPING SCARS IN VT

D Redfearn (Presenting Author), B Glover, K Michael, J Hashemi, D Gupta, S Akl (Queen's University, Kingston CA)

 

22. DOES USE OF CONTACT-FORCE SENSING CATHETERS IMPROVE THE OUTCOME OF ABLATION OF VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA?

A Kontogeorgis (Presenting Author), E Lim, S Panikker, C Butcher, H Khan, L Mantziari, JWE Jarman, W Hussain, D Jones, JR Clague, S Ernst, V Markides, T Wong (Royal Brompton Hospital, London UK; National Heart Centre, SG; Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust, London UK)

23. RETROGRADE AORTIC ACCESS OF THE PULMONARY VENOUS ATRIUM PROVIDES EQUIVALENT OUTCOMES TO RIGHT ATRIAL OR TRANSEPTAL ACCESS OF THE LEFT ATRIUM IN PATIENTS WITH CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE

VA Ezzat (Presenting Author), AJA McLellan, RJ Schilling, MD Lowe (Barts Heart Centre, London UK)

 

24. COMPUTATIONAL THREE-DIMENSION LEFT ATRIAL APPENDAGE WALL THICKNESS MAPS AND HISTOLOGICAL ANALYSIS TO GUIDE LEFT ATRIAL APPENDAGE ELECTRICAL ISOLATION

S Panikker (Presenting Author), J Whitaker, R Virmani, R Kutys, JWE Jarman, T Fastl, S Haldar, C Butcher, H Khan, L Mantziari, M O'Neill, C Corado, E Nicol, JP Foran, V Markides, S Niederer, T Wong (Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust, London UK; King's College London, London UK; CV Path Institute Gaithersburg US)

 

Pacing & Devices

25. IDENTIFYING THE OPTIMAL LOCATION FOR LV ENDOCARIDAL PACING:RESULTS FROM A MULTICENTRE INTERNATIONAL REGISTRY OF LV ENDOCARDIAL PACING

B J Sieniewicz (Presenting Author), J Behar, M Sohal, P Jais, N Derval, D Spragg, B Van Gelder, F Bracke, P Steendijk, C A Rinaldi (King's College London, London UK; St George's Hospital, London UK; Hopital Cardiologique du Haut Leveque, Bordeaux FR; The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore US; Catharina Hospital, Eindhoven NL; Leiden University Medical Centre, Leiden NL; Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London UK)

26. UK MULTI-CENTRE REGISTRY OF TRANSVENOUS LEAD EXTRACTION: CLINICAL OUTCOME USING TRACTION, CUTTING SHEATHS AND LASER TECHNIQUES

CA Martin (Presenting Author), B Chooneea, PR Gajendragadkar, S Ahsan, DA Begley, M Dhinoja, MJ Earley, VA Ezzat, M Finlay, AA Grace, PM Heck, RJ Hunter, PD Lambiase, MD Lowe, E Rowlands, RJ Schilling, OR Segal, S Sporton, MS Virdee, A Chow (Barts Heart Centre, London UK; Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Cambridge UK)

27. SKIN FISTULA FORMATION - A NEW EXPERIENCE WITH THE NEW TYRX ABSORBABLE ANTIMICROVIAL ENVELOPEL

MR Burg (Presenting Author), A Apap Bologna, W Camilleri, MA Sammut, O Aquilina (Mater Dei Hospital, Msida MT)

28. BIFOCAL RIGHT VENTRICULAR PACING IN PATIENTS WITH FAILED CORONARY-SINUS LEAD IMPLANTS: LONG-TERM RESULTS FROM MULTICENTRE REGISTRY

R Providencia (Presenting Author), S Barra, N Papageorgiou, D Falconer, R Duehmke, O Rehal, S Ahsan, V Ezzat, M Dhinoja, A Ioannou, O Segal, S Sporton, E Rowlands, M Lowe, P Lambiase, S Agarwal, AW Chow (Barts Health NHS Trust, London UK; Papworth Hospital NHS Trust, Cambridge UK; University College Hospital, London UK; Royal Free Hospital, London UK)

29. REAL TIME X-MRI GUIDED LEFT VENTRICULAR LEAD IMPLANTATION FOR TARGETED DELIVERY OF CARDIAC RESYNCHRONIZATION THERAPY

JM Behar (Presenting Author), D Troth, P Mountney, S Reiml, M Panayioutu, A Brost, B Fahn, M Sohal, NR Patel, S Claridge, T Jackson, S Adhya, B Sieniwicz, M O'Neill, R Razavi, K RHODE, CA Rinaldi (St Thomas' Hospital, London UK; Siemens, London UK; Kings College London, London UK)

30. ACUTE AND CHRONIC PERFORMANCE OF COMMUNICATING LEADLESS ANTI-TACHYCARDIA PACEMAKER AND SUBCUTANEOUS IMPLANTABLE DEFIBRILLATOR

M C Burke (Presenting Author), F V Y Tjong, T F Brouwer, B Koop, B Soltis, A Shuros, R E Knops (University of Chicago, Chicago US; Academic Medical Centre, Amsterdam NL; Boston Scientific Coporation, Minneapolis US)

 

Oral Abstracts (3) - Wednesday 12 October, 08:30-12:15 - Hall 8a

AF & Ablation

31. LEFT ATRIAL POSTERIOR WALL ISOLATION (THE "BOX LESION PATTERN") IN THE TREATMENT OF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION: A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE

G O Furniss (Presenting Author), D Panagopoulos, D R Tomlinson, M Dalrymple-Hay, G A Haywood (Derriford Hospital, Plymouth UK)

32. DAY CASE CRYOBLATION (CRYO) FOR PAROXYSMAL ATRIAL FIBRILLATION (pAF) IN THE DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL IS SAFE AND EFFECTIVE IF DONE IN HIGH VOLUME WITH EXPERIENCED OPERATORS

A Opel (Presenting Author), A Butler, R Ang, W Ullah, R Schwartz, M Fannon, M Finlay, R Hunter, R Schilling (Bart's Heart Centre, London UK)

33. ABLATION INDEX-GUIDED PULMONARY VEIN ISOLATION FOR ATRIAL FIBRILLATION MAY IMPROVE CLINICAL OUTCOMES IN COMPARISON TO CONTACT FORCE-GUIDED ABLATION

A Hussein (Presenting Author), M Das, I Asfour, M Morgan, C Ronayne, M Shaw, R Snowdon, D Gupta (Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital, Liverpool UK; Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Newcastle Upon Tyne UK)

34. THE PROCEDURAL COMPLICATION RATES AND SHORT-TERM SUCCESS RATES OF THORACOSCOPIC AF ABLATION DURING THE INSTITUTIONAL LEARNING CURVE

C M Pearman (Presenting Author), D Todd, R King, M Hall, S Modi, N Mediratta, D Gupta (Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital, Liverpool UK)

35. INITIAL PROCEDURAL RESULTS FROM DDRAMATIC-SVT STUDY: AD MECHANISM IDENTIFICATION AND LOCALISATION USING DIPOLE DENSITY MAPPING TO GUIDE ABLATION STRATEGY

A Grace (Presenting Author), V Reddy, P Neuzil, S Williems, A Verma, P Heck, R Schilling, P Lambiase, M Hall (Papworth Hospital, Cambridge UK; Cambridge University, Cambridge UK; Mount Sinai, New York US; Homolce Hospital, Prague CZ; University Hospital, Hamburg DE; Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket UK; Barts Heart Centre, London UK; Liverpool Heart Centre, Liverpool UK)

36. MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY IN MIDDLE-AGED INDIVIDUALS WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION: UK BIOBANK DATA

D T Connelly (Presenting Author), B I Nicholl, R McQueenie, B D Jani, N McKeag, K Gallacher, F S Mari (Golden Jubilee National Hospital, Glasgow UK; University of Glasgow, Glasgow UK)

 

Clinical EP

37. THE GM AHSN AF LANDSCAPE TOOL: A SHARED PUBLIC DATA PLATFORM TO PROMOTE QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS AND IDENTIFY OPPORTUNITIES TO PREVENT AF-RELATED STROKE IN THE DEVOLVED GREATER MANCHESTER HEALTH SYSTEM

A Orlowski (Presenting Author), D Heaton, J Macdonald (GM AHSN, Manchester UK; Harvey Walsh Limited, Runcorn UK)

38. REAL WORLD PERSISTENCE, ADHERENCE AND SWITCH-OVER ACROSS ANTICOAGULANTS IN ATRIAL FIBRILLATION-A NATIONAL POPULATION-BASED STUDY

A Banerjee (Presenting Author), J Burnell, R Ryan, T Marshall, C Sutton (University College of London, London UK; University of Central Lancashire, Preston UK; University of Birmingham, Birmingham UK)

39. ORTHOSTATIC HYPOTENSION AND ATRIAL FIBRILLATION

T McNicholas (Presenting Author), S O'Callaghan, RA Kenny (Trinity College, Dublin IR)

40. PREVALENCE OF SHORT QT AND CRITERIA OF SEVERITY IN A YOUNG ASYMPTOMATIC COHORT

R Providencia (Presenting Author), N Karim, N Srinivasan, MJ Ferreira, L Goncalves, PD Lambiase (Barts Health NHS Trust, London UK; Hospitais Universidade Coimbra, Coimbra PT; Hospital dos Covoes, CHUH, Coimbra PT)

41. SURFACE ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC FEATURES AND PREVALENCE OF ARRHYTHMIAS IN PAEDIATRIC FRIEDREICH'S ATAXIA

ME M Montanes (Presenting Author), MT Toledano, EF Field, HW Walsh, KM Maguire, EC Cervi, JPK Kaski (Great Ormond Street Hospital, London UK)

42. RISK STRATIFICATION OF TYPE 1 MYOTONIC DYSTROPHY: IS THE ECG ACCURATE ENOUGH TO SELECT PATIENTS AT RISK OF BRADYARRHYTHMIC EVENS?

R Providencia (Presenting Author), MC Perez Tome, A Pantazis, P Elliot, PD Lambiase, O Segal (Barts Health NHS Trust, London UK; Royal Brompton Hospital, London UK)

 

Moderated Posters (1) - Monday 10 October, 15:00-15:45 - Hall 3 Poster Area

Monday 10 October 2016, 15:00-15:45

43. P WAVE DURATION & SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF SIGNAL AVERAGED P WAVE: CAN THIS PREDICT RECURRENCE OF PARAOXYSMAL ATRIAL FIBRILLATION AFTER PULMONARY VEIN SIOLATION? A PROSPECTIVE STUDY

SS Varanasi (Presenting Author), GS Chu, MS Siddiqui, S Man, R Somani, AJ Sandilands, PJ Stafford, GA Ng (Glenfield Hospital, Leicester UK)

44. ATP INDUCED SLOW VF - A MECHANISM TO EXPLAIN THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ATP AND INCREASED MORTALITY

I Wright (Presenting Author), V Luther, M Young Kim, A Benfield, M Tanner, DC Lefroy, M Koa-Wing, PB Lim, N Linton, DW Davies, NS Peters, P Kanagaratnam, P Moore, Z Whinnett (Imperial College Healthcare, London UK)

45. THE USE OF A HANDHELD DEVICE IN IDENTIFYING ATRIAL FIBRILLATION PATIENTS DURING FLU VACCINATION CLINICS

W Hussain (Presenting Author), D Thakrar (Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust, London UK; Acre Surgery Northwood, London UK)

46. DELIVERY OF A FULL EP SERVICE FROM A DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL SETTING: OUTCOMES FROM A SINGLE CENTRE

RW Bowers (Presenting Author), S Iacovides, JR Paisey, RN Balasubramaniam, SM Sopher (John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford UK: Royal Bournemouth Hospital, Bournemouth UK; Southampton General Hospital, Southampton UK)

47. THE PREVALENCE OF SODIUM AND FLUID DEPLETION IN PATIENTS WITH RECURRENT SYNCOPE OF PRESUMED HYPOTENSIVE ORIGIN: A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE

T Slater (Presenting Author), C Saunderson, C Moyles, Y Blackburn, C Morley (Bradford Royal Infirmary, Bradford UK)

48. ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY AND RISK STRATIFICATION FOR ICD IMPLANTATION AFTER ST-ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION:OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVEMENT

A Sengupta (Presenting Author), H Jamil, D Schlosshan, M T Kearney, K K A Witte (Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust, Leeds UK)

49. THE QUALITY AND OUTCOMES FRAMEWORK DATA UNDERESTIMATES AF PREVALENCE AND OVERESTIMATES RATES OF APPROPRIATE THROMBOEMBOLIC PROPHYLAXIS

B R Porter (Presenting Author), C Lambden, T Woodcock, D Matthew, S Hashmy, M Kaur, A Kaba, R Grant, B Unger-Graeber, S Khan (Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London UK; Imperial College London, London UK; Chiswick Health Practice, London UK)

50. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE EFFECTIVE REFRACTORY PERIOD OF RECONNECTED PULMONARY VEINS AT REPEAT ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY STUDY AND RECURRENCE OF ATRIAL TACHYCARRHYTHMIA BEYOND ONE MONTH AFTER PULMONARY VEIN ISOLATION

A Hussein (Presenting Author), M Das, G Wynn, M Morgan, J Waktare, M Hall, S Modi, R Snowdon, D Todd, D Gupta (Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital, Liverpool UK; Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Newcastle Upon Tyne UK)

 

Moderated Posters (2) - Tuesday 11 October, 15:00-15:45 - Hall 3 Poster Area

Tuesday 11 October 2016, 15:00-15:45

51. GLOBAL HIGH DENSITY MAPPING OF RE-ENTRY VULNERABILITY INDEX INDENTIFIES SITES OF RIGHT VENTRICULAR ARRHYTHMIA INITIATION IN BRUGADA SYNDROME AND ARVC

CA Martin (Presenting Author), M Orini, N Srinivasan, J Bhar-Amato, A Chow, MD Lowe, RD Simon, PD Lambiase (Barts Heart Centre, London UK; University College of London, London UK)

52. THE ROLE OF ADENOSINE-GUIDED PULMONARY VEIN ISOLATION IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING ATRIAL FIBRILLATION ABLATION:AN UPDATED META-ANALYSIS

N Papageorgiou (Presenting Author), R Providencia, N Srinivasan, K Bronis, F Moscoso Costa, D Cavaco, P Adragao, D Tousoulis, R Hunter, R Schilling, OR Segal, A Chow, E Rowland, M Lowe, PD Lambiase (Barts Heart Centre, St Bartholomew's Hospital, London UK; Hospital de Santra Cruz, Centro Hospitalar de Lisboa, Lisbon PT; Athens University Medical School, Athens GR)

53. FIRST EVIDENT THAT TPEAK AND TPEAK-TEND CORRELATE WITH RIGHT TO LEFT AND TRANSMURAL DYNAMIC DISPERSION OF REPOLARIZATION IN THE INTACT HUMAN HEART

N Srinivasan (Presenting Author), M Orini, R Providencia, R Simon, F Khan, O Segal, S Ahsan, A Chow, M Lowe, R Schilling, P Taggart, P Lambiase (Barts Heart Centre, London UK)

54. RIPPLE MAPPING VENTRICULAR SCAR TO CHARACTERIZE CHANNELS SUPPORTING RE-ENTRANT TACHYCARDIA AS A GUIDE TO ABLATION

V Luther  (Presenting Author), N Linton, S Jamil-Copley, M Koa-Wing, PB Lim, N Quereshi, Z Whinnett, DW Davies, NS Peters, P Kanagaratnam (Imperial College Healthcare, London UK)

55. LONG TERM DURABILITY OF PULMONARY VEIN ISOLATION: INSIGHTS FROM A RANDOMISED TRIAL CRYOBALLOON VERSUS RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION FOR A COMBINED APPROACH.

R Ang (Presenting Author), A Opel, W Ullah, V Baker, MC Finlay, MD Dhinoja, MJ Earley, S Sporton, RJ Hunter, RJ Schilling (Barts Heart Centre, London UK)

56. A SINGLE-CENTRE EXPERIENCE OF THE CONVERGENT PROCEDURE FOR THE TREATMENT OF LONG-STANDING PERSISTENT ATRIAL FIBRILLATION

B Saberwal (Presenting Author), A Roy, D Perera, S Sporton, M Dhinoja, O Segal, P Lambiase, M Lowe, A Chow, R Hunter, E Rowlands, F Khan, V Ezzat, R Providencia, M Earley, M Finlay, R Schilling, S Ahsan (Barts Heart Centre, London UK)

57. MODERATE SEDATION IN THE CARDIAC ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY: A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS TO ASSESS SAFETY

VS Sawhney (Presenting Author), EB Bacuetes, MW Wray, MD Dhinoja, ME Earley, RJS Schilling, SS Sporton (Barts Heart Centre, London UK)

58. USE OF GENERAL ANAESTHESIA IN CATHETER ABLATION OF PERSISTENT AF: IMPROVED OUTCOME AND COST EFFECTIVENESS

CA Martin (Presenting Author), JP Curtain, PR Gajendragadkar, DA Begley, SP Fynn, AA Grace, PM Heck, MS Virdee, K Salaunkey, S Agarwal (Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Cambridge UK)

 

Posters (1) - Monday 10 October - 10:00-10:45, Hall 3 Poster Area

59. MULTIPOLAR CONTACT MAPPING GUIDED ABLATION OF TEMPORALLY STABLE HIGH FREQUENCE AND COMPLEX FRACTIONATED ATRIAL ELECTROGRAM SITES IN PATIENTS WITH PERSISTENT ATRIAL FIBRILLATION

D T Raine (Presenting Author), P Langley, E J Shepherd, S Murray, S W Lord, J P Bourke (Freeman Hospital, Newcastle Upon Tyne UK; University of Hull, Hull UK)

60. INTRA-CARDIAC AND PERIPHERAL LEVELS OF BIOCHEMICAL MARKERS OF FIBROSES IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING CATHETER ABLATION FOR ATRIAL FIBRILATION

G A Begg (Presenting Author), S Plein, G Y Lip, M H Tayebjee (Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds UK; Birmingham City Hospital, Birmingham UK)


61. THE DON'T WAIT TO ANTICOAGULATE PROJECT (DWAC) BY THE WEST OF ENGLAND ACADEMIC HEALTH SCIENCE NETWORK (AHSN) OPTIMISES STROKE PREVENTION FOR PATIENTS WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION (AF) WITHIN PRIMARY CARE IN LINE WITH NICE GG180 IN THE WEST OF ENGLAND - WITHDRAWN

J Moore (Presenting Author), N Owen, S White (West of England Academic Health Science Network, Bristol UK)


62. ILLNESS AND TREATMENT REPRESENTATIONS, COPING AND DISTRESS: VICIOUS CYCLES OF EVERYDAY EXPERIENCES IN PATIENTS WITH PERSISTENT ATRIAL FIBRILLATION

E C Taylor (Presenting Author), M O'Neill, L D Hughes, S Carroll, R Moss-Morris (King's College London, London UK; Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital Trust, London UK)

63. THE NEEDS OF THE ADOLESCENT LIVING WITH AN INHERITED CARDIAC CONDITION: THE PATIENTS' PERSPECTIVE

R T Buck (Presenting Author) (Royal Brompton Hospital, London UK)

64. SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF PARAMEDIC TREATMENT OF REGULAR SUPRAVENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA (PARA-SVT)

S Honarbakhsh (Presenting Author), V Baker, C Kirkby, K Patel, G Robinson, S Antoniou, L Richmond, W Ullah, RJ Hunter, M Finlay, MJ Earley, M Whitbread, RJ Schilling (Barts Heart Centre, St Bartholomew's Hospital, London UK)


65. NATURAL PROGRESSION OF QRS DURATION FOLLOWING IMPLATABLE CARDIOVERTER DEFIBRILLATORS (ICD) - IMPLANTATION

W Yew Ding (Presenting Author), R Cooper, S Modi (Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Liverpool UK)

66. COMPARISON OF EFFICACY OF VOLTAGE DIRECTED CAVOTRICUSPID ISTHMUS ABLATION USING MINI VS CONVENTIONAL ELETRODES

DP Redfearn (Presenting Author), R Somani, A Ng, N Hobson, JC Caldwell (Queen's University, Kingston CA; Glenfield Hospital, Leicester UK; Hull and East Yorkshire NHS Trust, Hull UK)

67. CRYOBALLOON ABLATION (CRYO) FOR ATRIAL FIBRILLATION (AF) CANNOT BE GUIDED BY TEMPERATURE END-POINTS ALONE

A Opel (Presenting Author), S Hadjivassilev, R Ang, M Finlay, M Dhinoja, M Earley, S Sporton, R Schilling, R Hunter (Bart's Heart Centre, London UK)

68. MODERATOR BAND ECTOPY UNMASKED BY ADENOSINE AS A CAUSE OF ECTOPIC TRIGGERED IDIOPATHIC VF

A Opel (Presenting Author), S Hadjivassilev, M Earley, P Lambiase (Bart's Heart Centre, London UK)

69. EARLY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE WITH TARGETED SITE SELECTION FOR THE WiCS-LV ELECTRODE FOR CRT

DE Thomas (Presenting Author), AJ Turley, NM Child, NJ Linker, WA Owens, SA James (The James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough UK; University of North Tees, Stockton-on-Tees UK)

70. DOES VECTOR MAPPING PRIOR TO IMPLANTABLE LOOP RECORDER INSERTION IMPROVE THE DETECTION OF ARRHYTHMIA?

K Prakash (Presenting Author), J Milner, M Tayebjee (Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds UK)

71. THE ROLE OF SPECKLE TRACKING STRAIN IMAGING IN ASSESSING LEFT VENTRICULAR RESPONSE TO CARDIAC RESYNCHRONISATION THERAPY IN RESPONDERS AND NON-RESPONDERS

D Thomas (Presenting Author), J Sibley (Basildon & Thurrock University Hospital, Basildon UK)


72. EVALUATING PATIENTS' EXPERIENCE AND SATISFACTION OF THE ATRIAL FIBRILLATION ABLATION PROCEDURE: A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS

AA Khokhar (Presenting Author), A Griffiths, T Meredith, Y Basher, TR Betts, K Rajappan (Royal Brompton Hospital, London UK; John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford UK)

73. TROUBLESHOOTING LV LEAD IMPLANTATION - NOVEL "UNIRAIL TECHNIQUE"

S Honarbakhsh (Presenting Author), PD Lambiase, MD Lowe, RJ Hunter, RJ Schilling, M Finlay (Bart's Heart Centre, London UK)

74. SUBCLINICAL ATHEROSCELEROSIS AND COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT

S Tairova (Presenting Author), G Rakhimbaeva, N Akramova (Tashkent Medical Academy, Tashkent UZ)

75. EFFECT OF LOZARTANE ON DEVELOPMENT OF THE ELECTRICAL INSTABILITY OF THE MYOCARDIUM

NV Getman (Presenting Author), TV Getman (National Medical University named after Bogomolets, Kiev UA; Governmental Institute NNC "Institute of Cardiology names after Stragesko, N D", Kiev UA)

76. THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN BODY COMPOSITION AND LEFT VENTRICULAR REMODELLING IN CARDIAC RESYNCHRONISATION THERAPY

CJ McAloon (Presenting Author), T Hamborg, JP O'Hare, H Randeva, F Osman (University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire, Coventry, UK; University of Warwick, Coventry UK)

77. FAMILY SCREENING IN IDIOPATHIC VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION

S Honarbakhsh (Presenting Author), (Barts Heart Centre, London UK)

78. MANAGEMENT OF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IN A LARGE TEACHING HOSPITAL

M Shah (Presenting Author), P Mohan, G Salahia (King's College Hospital, London UK)

79. THE EFFECT OF LEFT VENTRICULAR LEAD POSITION ON SURVIVAL IN PATIENTS WITH BINVENTRICULAR PACEMAKRS/DEFIBRILLATORS

K Al-Lawati (Presenting Author), HS Lim (University Hospital Birmingham, Birmingham UK)

80. ACUTE DEVICE IMPLANT-RELATED COMPLICATIONS DO NOT INCREASE LATE MORTALITY

K Al-Lawati (Presenting Author), HS Lim (University Hospital Birmingham, Birmingham UK)


81. ABORTED CARIDAC ARREST AS THE SENTINEL PRESENTATION IN A COHORT OF PATIENTS WITH THE CONCEALED BRUGADA PHENOTYPE

B Ensam (Presenting Author), V Batchvarov, P Brennan, A Cox, A Muir, E Behr (St Georges Medical School, London UK)


82. POST-CARDIAC DEVICE IMPLANTATION MOBILISATION ADVICE: A NATIONAL SURVEY

G Collins (Presenting Author), S Hamill, C Laventure, S Newell, B Gordon (Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Peterborough UK)


83. DO RISK SCORES DEVELOPED TO PROTECT ONE-YEAR MORTALITY ACTUALLY HELP IN ACCURATELY SELECTING PATIENTS RECEIVING PRIMARY PREVENTION ICD?

SA Akbar (Presenting Author), K Bashir, J Chuen (Nottingham City Hospital, Nottingham UK)


84. ATRIAL TACHYCARDIA ARISING FROM THE NON-CORONARY AORTIC CUSP

A Merghani (Presenting Author), W Foster, S Yusuf, F Osman, S Hayat (University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire, Coventry UK; Worcestershire Royal Hospital, Worcester UK; Good Hope Hospital, Birmingham UK)

85.THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT ATRIAL FIBRILLATION ABLATION STRATEGIES ON SURFACE ECG P WAVE DURATION

G O Furniss (Presenting Author), D Panagopoulos, E J Davies, D R Tomlinson, G A Haywood (Derriford Hospital, Plymouth UK)

86. PRESCRIBING DRONEDARONE: HOW IS IT DONE ACROSS THE UK AND IS IT SAFE?

E Yones (Presenting Author), J Mullan, N Kelland, A Horwood, N Connell, S Odams, J Maloney, A Shetty, A Kyriacou, J Sahu, J Lee (Sheffield Teaching Hospital, Sheffield UK)


87. A CASE OF WIDE COMPLEX TACHYCARDIA

S V Saravu Vijayashankar (Presenting Author), O U Uzun, A W Wong, S A Ashtekar (University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff UK)


88. TRANSITION TO DEDICATED DAY CASE DEVICES - SAFETY AND EFFICACY IN A LARGE VOLUME CENTRE

B N Mercer (Presenting Author), S Mahida, L Davison, R Gillot, A Hogarth (Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds UK)


89. SEQUENTIAL REGIONAL DOMINANT FREQUENCY MAPPING DURING ATRIAL FIBRILLATION: A NOVEL TEQUNIQUE

D Redfearn (Presenting Author), H Shariat, J Hashemi, S Gazor (Queen's University, Kingston CA)

90. ELECTIVE CARDIOVERSION ENERGY PROTOCOLS: A RETROSPECTIVE COMPARISON OF ESCALATION STRATEGIES

A S Moss (Presenting Author), A Song, J Jenkins, J Glancy (Hereford County Hospital, Hereford UK)


91. THE INCIDENCE OF CLINCALLY RELEVANT HAEMATOMAS WITH PERIOPERATIVE USE OF NEWER P2Y12 INHIBITORS AND INTERRUPTED NOAC THERAPY IN CARDIAC IMPLANTABLE ELECTRONIC DEVICE INSERTION

AY Yeoh (Presenting Author), DW Wilson, ES Sammut, ID Diab, TRC Cripps (Bristol Heart Institute, Bristol UK)

92. AN AUDIT OF THE OUTCOMES FOR CHEMICAL AND DIRECT CURRENT CARDIOVERSION FOR ATRIAL FIBRILLATION AT OUR DGH OVER A 3 YEAR DURATION

AS Sadiq (Presenting Author), AG Gill, SA Abbas, JU Enye, AW Wahab, SE Elshafie, KL Ling, PC Carey, DC Chatterjee, ST Timbrell, WT Tufail, HW Why, RM Martos (Queens Hospital, Burton-Upon-Trent UK)


93. REAL LIFE ACUTE MANAGEMET OF HAEMODYNAMICALLY TOLERATED MONOMORPHIC VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA. ARE WE MAKING EVIDENCE BASED ON DECISIONS?

RJ Taylor (Presenting Author), AR Thornley, S James, AJ Turley, MGD Bates, NJ Linker (Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, Worcester UK; The James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough UK)

94. A SERVICE EVALUATION TO ASSESS THE EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF NOVEL ORAL ANTICOAGULANTS VERSUS WARFARIN FOR ELECTIVE CARDIVERSION IN PATIENTS WITH NON VALVULAR AF IN A NURSE LED CARDIOVERSION SERVICE

TE Edwards (Presenting Author), EH Hassan, JQ Quick (Dorset County Hospital, Dorchester UK)

95. PICK UP RATE OF IMPLANTED LOOP RECORDER AT A DISTRICT HOSPITAL

K Nizam ud Din (Presenting Author), RPW Cowell, E Ho (Wrexham Maelor Hospital, Wrexham UK)

 


Posters (2) - Tuesday 11 October - 10:00-10:45, Hall 3 Poster Area

96. CONTINUOUS VERSUS INTERMITTENT MONITORING FOR DETECTION OF SUBCLINICAL ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IN HIGH-RISK PATIENTS

T Philippsen (Presenting Author), LS Christensen, MG Hansen, A Brandes (Odense University Hospital, Odense DK; Hospital of Southern Jutland, Aabenraa DK)

97. HIGH DAY-TO-DAY INTRA-INDIVIDUAL REPRODUCIBILITY OF THE HEART RATE RESPONSE TO EXERCISE IN THE UK BIOBANK DATA

M Orini (Presenting Author), A Tinker, PB Munroe, PD Lambiase (University College London, London UK; Queen Mary University of London, London UK)

98. USE OF NOVEL GLOBAL ULTRASOUND IMAGING AND CONTINUEOUS DIPOLE DENSITY MAPPING TO GUIDE ABLATION IN MACRO-REENTRANT TACHYCARDIAS

CA Martin (Presenting Author), S Honarbakhsh, A McLean, PD Lambiase, RJ Schilling (Barts Heart Centre, London UK)


99. ANTICOAGULATION AND THE RISK OF COMPLICATIONS IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING VT AND PVC ABLATION

E Volkova (Presenting Author), JD Lane, A Chow, M Earley, R Hunter, F Khan, P Lambiase, RJ Schilling, S Sporton, M Dhinoja (Barts Heart Centre, London UK)

100. NON-SUSTAINED VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA FREQUENTLY PRECEDES CARDIAC ARREST IN PATIENTS WITH BRUGADA SYNDROME

JM Ormerod (Presenting Author), CF Camm, R Xavier, M de Sousa, TR Betts (Oxford Heart Centre, Oxford UK)

101. USING HIGH PRECISION HAEMODYNAMIC MEASUREMENTS TO ASSESS DIFFERENCES IN AV OPTIMUM BETWEEN DIFFERENT LEFT VENTRICULAR LEAD POSITIONS IN BIVENTRICULAR PACING

S M A Sohaib (Presenting Author), M J Shun-Shin, I Wright, E Lim, P B Lim, M Koawing, D C Lefroy, N W F Linton, D W Davies, N S Peters, P Kanagaratnam, D Francis, Z I Whinnett (Imperial College London, London UK)

102. CAN WE PREDICT MEDIUM TERM MORTALITY FROM TRANSVENOUS LEAD EXTRACTION PRE-OPERATIVELY?

N Elamin (Presenting Author), M Khan, R Bowes, J Sahu, P Sheridan, D Rogers, A Kyriacou, N Kelland, N Lewis, J Lee (Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Sheffield UK; Chesterfield Royal Hospital, Chesterfield UK)

103. PREVENTION OF UNECESSARY ADMITIONS IN ATRIAL FIBRILLATION

S Blake (Presenting Author), E T Segall, I Diab (Weston General Hospital, Weston-Super-Mare UK)

104. EPICARDIAL CATHETER ABLATION FOR VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA ON UNINTERRUPTED WARFARIN: A SAFE APPROACH?

VS Sawhney (Presenting Author), AB Breitenstein, WU Ullah, SS Sporton, ME Earley, MF Finlay, MD Dhinoja, RJS Schilling, RH Hunter (Barts Heart Centre, London UK)

105. HOW WELL DOES THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CLINICAL EXCELLENCE (NICE) GUIDENCE ON TRANSIENT LOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESS (TLoC) WORK IN A REAL WORLD? AN AUDIT OF THE SECOND STAGE SPECIALIST CARDIOVASCULAT ASSESSMENT AND DIAGNOSIS

S Ahmad (Presenting Author), M Ahmed, S Petkar (New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton UK)

106. DETECTION OF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IN COMMUNITY LOCATIONS USING NOVEL TECHNOLOGY'S AS A METHOD OF STROKE PREVENTION IN THE OVER 65'S ASYMPTOMATIC POPULATION - SHOULD IT BECOME STANDARD PRACTISE?

OAW Waring (Presenting Author), NCD Davidson, MS Stout, KP Pearce (University Hospital of South Manchester, Manchester UK; Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester UK)

107. HIGH-DOSE ISOPRENALINE INFUSION AS A METHOD OF INDUCTION OF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION: A MULTI-CENTRE, PLACEBO CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIAL IN PATIENTS WITH VARYING ARRHYTHMIC RISK

RW Bowers (Presenting Author), M Leo, MR Ginks, K Rajappan, Y Bashir, RN Balasubramaniam, SM Sopher, TR Betts, JR Paisey (John Radcliffe Hospital, UK; Royal Bournemouth Hospital, Bournemouth UK; Southampton General Hospital, Southampton UK)

108. PACEMAKER COMPLICATIONS IN A DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL

L Raiman (Presenting Author), J Cheong, D Roy (Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow UK)

109. CARDIAC RESYNCHRONISATION THERAPY: A TRADE-OFF BETWEEN LEFT VENTRICULAR VOLTAGE OUTPUT AND EJECTION FRACTION?

TAH Hazelwood (Presenting Author) (Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, Wolverhampton UK)

110. RAPID DETERIORATION IN LEFT VENTRICULAR FUNCTION AND ACUTE HEART FAILURE AFTER DUAL CHAMBER PACEMAKER INSERTION WITH RESOLUTION FOLLOWING BIVENTRICULAR PACING

RK Mills (Presenting Author), S Adhya (Medwat Maritime Hospital, Gillingham UK)

111. LOCALLY PERSONALISED ATRIAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY MODELS FROM PENTARAY CATHETER MEASUREMENTS

C Corrado (Presenting Author), S Williams, M O'Neill, S Niederer (King's College London, London UK)

112. EVALUATION OF SUBCUTANEOUS ICD VERSUS TRANSVENOUS ICD- A PROPENSITY MATCHED COST-EFFICACY ANALYSIS OF COMPLICATIONS & OUTCOMES

S Honarbakhsh (Presenting Author), R Providencia, N Srinivasan, S Ahsan, M Lowe, O Segal, RJ Hunter, M Finlay, MJ Earley, RJ Schilling, PD Lambiase (Barts Heart Centre, London UK)

113. LOCALISING DRIVERS USING ORGANISATIONAL INDEX IN CONTACT MAPPING OF HUMAN PERSISTENT ATRIAL FIBRILLATION

A Von Maydell (Presenting Author), S E Stella, C D Cantwell, R A Chowdhury, S Kim, N Linton, Z Whinnett, M Koa-Wing, D Lefroy, W Davies, P Kanagaratnam, B Lim, N Qureshi, N S Peters (Imperial College London, London UK; St Jude Medical Inc, Minnesota US; HCA Healthcare, London UK)

114. RISK FACTORS FOR SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH IN PAEDIATRIC HYPERTROPHIC CARDIOMYOPATHY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS

G Norrish (Presenting Author), NC Cantarutti, G Limongelli, P Elliott, JP Kaski (Great Ormond Street Hospital, London UK; Monaldi Hospital, Naples IT; Barts Health, London UK)

115. EFFECT OF CATHETER STABILITY AND CONTACT FORCE ON VISITAG DENSITY DURING PULMONARY VEIN ISOLATION

H Chubb (Presenting Author), S E Williams, K Lal, J Harrison, J Whitakre, R Kiedrowicz, M Wright, M O'Neill (King's College London, London UK)

116. HEPATIC CAPSULE ENHANCEMENT IS COMMONLY SEEN DURING MR-GUIDED ABLATION OF ATRIAL FLUTTER: A MECHANISTIC INSIGHT INTO PROCEDURAL PAIN

H Chubb (Presenting Author), J Harrison, J Whitaker, S E Williams, M Wright, T Schaeffter, R Razavi, M O'Neill (King's College London, London UK)

117. DOES HIGHER CONTACT FORCE IMPAIR LESION FORMATION AT THE CAVOTRICUSPID ISTHMUS? INSIGHTS FROM MR-GUIDED ABLATION OF ATRIAL FLUTTER

H Chubb (Presenting Author), R Karim, S E Williams, J Harrison, J Whitaker, M Wright, T Schaeffter, R Razavi, M O'Neill (King's College London, London UK)

118. CLINICAL CHARACTERISATION OF A MALIGNANT SCN5A MUTATION IN CHILDHOOD

MT Toledano (Presenting Author), ME M Montanes, EF Ella Field, HW Walsh, NC Callaghan, JT Till, JM Mangat, ML Lowe, JPK Kaski (Great Ormond Street Hospital, London UK; Royal Brompton Hospital, London UK)

119. RADIOFREQUENCY ASSOCIATED VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION 

Z Chen (Presenting Author), AD Ruiz Duthil, A Li, MM Saba (St George's Hospital, London UK; Hospital Universiario Virgen Macarena, Seville SP)

120. CONTRACTILE RESERVE EXPRESSED AS SYSTOLIC VELOCITY DOES NOT PREDICT RESPONSE TO CRT

JJ van Zalen (Presenting Author), N Patel, L Beale, G Brickley, G Lloyd (Eastbourne DGH, Eastbourne UK; University of Brighton, Eastbourne UK; Barts Heart Centre, London UK)

121. DAY-CASE DEVICES - A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY USING PATIENT CODING DATA

PW Foley (Presenting Author), A French, A Khavandi, W McCrea, E Barnes, B Chandrasekaran (The Great Western Hospital, Swindon UK)

122. PATIENTS UNDERGOING SVT ABLATION HAVE A HIGH INCIDENCE OF SECONDARY ARRHYTHMIA ON FOLLOW UP: IMPLICATIONS FOR PRE-PROCEDURE COUNSELLING

CM Pearman (Presenting Author), J Parry, L Garth, J Chapman, D Todd, J Hobbs, S Modi, J Waktare, M Hall, D Gupta, R Snowdon (Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital, Liverpool UK)

123. PROGNOSTIC ROLE OF HAEMOGLOBINN AND RED BLOOD CELL DITRIBUTION WIDTH IN PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE UNDERGOING CARDIAC RESYNCHRONIZATION THERAPY

O Rehal (Presenting Author), N Papageorgiou, R Providencia, D Falconer, E Sewert, S Ahsan, OR Segal, V Ezzat, E Rowland, M Lowe, PD Lambiase, A Chow (University College London Hospital, London UK; Barts Heart Centre, St Bartholomew's Hospital, London UK)

124. REMOTE MONITORING AND FOLLOW UP DEVICES

PW Foley (Presenting Author), M Swift, P Charlton, J James, A Colling, E Barnes (The Great Western Hospital, Swindon UK)

125. A 20-YEAR, SINGLE-CENTRE EXPERIENCE OF IMPLANTABLE CARDIOVERTER DEFIBRILLATORS (ICD) IN CHILDREN: TIME TO CONSIDER THE SUBCUTANEOUS ICD?

L Wong (Presenting Author), L Starling, A Kontogeourgis, F Roses-Noguer, T Wong, J Jarman, J Clague, J Till (Royal Brompton Hospital, London UK)

126. EXPERIENCE OF MAGNETIC REASONANCE IMAGING (MEI) IN PATIENTS WITH MRI CONDITIONAL DEVICES

PW Foley (Presenting Author), A Colling, J James, M Hawkins, S Burnell, B Chandrasekaran (The Great Western Hospital, Swindon UK)

127. THE SINUS BRADYCARDIA SEEN IN ATHLETES IS NOT CAUSED BY ENHANCED VAGAL TONE BUT INSTEAD REFLECTS INTRINSIC CHANGES IN THE SINUS NODE REVEALED BY I(F) BLOCKADE

CM Pearman (Presenting Author), J Coulson, LC Smith, M Choudhury, E Oguguo, M Boyett, GM Morris (The University of Manchester, Manchester UK)

128. SUCCESSFUL DAY-CASE PACEMAKER IMPLANTATION - AN EIGHT YEAR SINGLE-CENTRE EXPERIENCE

DH Brahmbhatt (Presenting Author), WL Finn, A Chari, MRD Belham, PJ Pugh (Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Cambridge UK)


129. LEFT VENTRICULAR INDEX MASS ASSOCIATED WITH ESC HYPERTROPHIC CARDIOMYOPATHY RISK SCORE IN PATIENTS WITH ICDs: A TERTIARY CENTRE HCM REGISTRY

H Khan (Presenting Author), K Somarakis, R Parasa, A Allata, H Hashim, T Mathew (Nottingham NHS Trust, Nottingham UK)

130. A DGH EXPERIENCE OF DAY-CASE CARDIAC PACEMAKER IMPLANTATION

J Wardley (Presenting Author), S Kayasundar, P Venables (Ipswich Hospital, Ipswich UK)

131. IS PRE-PROCEDURAL FASTING A NECESSITY FOR SAFE PACEMAKER IMPLANTATION?

S Akbar (Presenting Author), J Quinn, J Ivanova, S Brown, R Oliver, M Lyons, M Chuen, J Walsh, T Robinson, A Staniforth, A Ahsan, S Jamil-Copley (Nottingham City Hospital, Nottingham UK)

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