CARDIOSTIM 2006- MTWA presentations

 

BASIC ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY

192 - 

11:00 - 12:30 on Friday, June 16 Room 3.1 Clio Level 3 /Les Muses

 

NEW CONCEPTS ABOUT BASIC MECHANISMS OF REENTRY, ABNORMAL AUTOMATICITY, AND TRIGGERED ACTIVITY

 

Co-chair:
Vos M. - Utrecht, NLD /  Gray R.A. - Birmingham, USA

 

 

 

12:00

T Wave Alternans

 

 

Rosenbaum D.S. - Cleveland, USA

192/4

 

 

 

 

NON INVASIVE ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY

175 - 

9:00 - 10:30 on Friday, June 16 Room 3.4 / Uranie Level3 /Les Muses

 

PROGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE OF REPOLARIZATION MORPHOLOGY AND DYNAMICS

 

Co-chair:
Moss A.J. - Rochester, USA /  Bayes de Luna A. - Barcelona

10:00

T Wave Alternans

 

Bigger Jr T. - New Rochelle, USA

 

175/4

 

 

75 - 

16:00 - 17:30 on Wednesday, June 14 Room 3.4 Uranie Level 3 / Les Muses

 

REPOLARIZATION DYNAMICS

 

Co-chair:
Couderc J.P. - Rochester, USA /  Rabinovich R. - Buenos Aires, ARG

 

16:30

T-Wave Alternans for Prediction of Cardiac Events after Acute MI and Early PCI

 

 

Filipecki A, Turski M, Kwasniewski W, Katowice, POL

 

 

 

 

100PW - 

9:00 - 12:30 on Thursday, June 15

 

ISHNE - POSTER WORKSHOP 3

 

Microvolt T Wave Alternans during Atrial and Ventricular Pacing

 

 

Shalaby A, Voigt A, Elsaid A, Mains M, Schusterman V - Pittsburgh, USA

100PW/3

 

 

 

 

 

Spironolactone Decreases Microvolt T-Wave Alternans and Ventricular Events in Patients with CHF

 

 

 

Strouse D., Hahn F., Karam E.,l M., Del Negro A., Friehling T. - Washington,

100PW/5

 

 

 

Is ICD Implantation Necessary in TWA Positive - Post AMI Patients, with LVEF > 40%?

Radoi N, Lighezan D, Dan G. A, Dragulescu ST. I - Timisoara, ROM

 

 

Positive T-Wave Alternans after Acute MI: Factors Influencing Its Presence

Filipecki A, Wita K, Turski M, Tabor Z, Myszor J, Urbanczyk D, Orszulak W, Trusz-Gluza M - Katowice, POL