FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 2019
Rooms 11+12 (2nd floor)

HOW TO "SURVIVE" A DUTY TOUR HAVING A PATIENT WITH A CARDIOVASCULAR IMPLANTABLE ELECTRONIC DEVICE (CIED)?
Chairpersons: J. Baran (Warszawa), A. Kułach (Katowice)

9.00-10.45
1st LECTURE PART:

1. The same device, 4 companies, 4 timers, telemonitoring, no data... how can this be handled?
M. Mazurek (Zabrze), intro '15

2. How to quickly and efficiently inspect a CIED (pacemaker, ICD, CRT, arrhythmia monitor) in "duty tour stress" conditions – 5 steps toward knowledge about CIED's!
E. Jędrzejczyk-Patej (Zabrze), '25

3. During a CIED inspection... what to do with what we see and what to do with what we do not see... – tips and tricks
A. Kułach (Katowice), '25

4. The CIED is not a patient! We diagnose and treat the patient!
M. Mazurek (Zabrze), '25

5. Summary
E. Jędrzejczyk-Patej (Zabrze), S. Karczmarewicz (Warszawa), A. Kułach (Katowice), M. Mazurek (Zabrze)

2nd PART - PRACTICAL WORKSHOP:
Hands-on – Inspection, data readout and basic programming of a CIED
B. Szwarc (Warszawa), S. Karczmarewicz (Warszawa), E. Jędrzejczyk-Patej (Zabrze), M. Mazurek (Zabrze), A. Kułach (Katowice)

11.00-13.00 Group 1

13.05-15.15 Group 2

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