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Title: Predictors of Long-Term outcome in Patients Undergoing a First Repeat Ablation Consisting Solely of Re-isolation of Reconnected Pulmonary Veins

Credits: Juan-Pablo Abugattas MD1,2, Bruno Schwagten MD, PhD1, Jeroen De Cocker MD1, Hugo-Enrique Couti˝o, MD2, Francesca Salghetti, MD2, Varnavas Varnavas, MD, PhD2, Erwin Str÷ker MD2, Juan Sieira MD, PhD2, Michael Wolf MD1, Pedro Brugada MD, PhD2, Carlo de Asmundis MD PhD2, Gian-Battista Chierchia MD, PhD2, Yves De Greef, MD, PhD1,2.


Title: Cryoablation versus radiofrequency ablation in AVNRT: same goal, different strategy

Credits: Riahi Leila, Prisecaru Raluca, De Greef Yves, Stockman Dirk, Schwagten Bruno


  • Dr. Bruno Schwagten, MD, PhD.

    Affiliation: Bruno Schwagten graduated as a cardiologist in September 2007. In Oktober 2007, he started his fellowship in clinical Electrophysiology at the Thoraxcenter, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, the Netherlands under the supervision of Prof. Dr. L. Jordaens. He completed his PhD thesis entitled `Faster, safer and better catheter ablation?` under the auspices of Prof. Dr. L. Jordaens and Dr. T. Szili-Torok. He works as an electrophysiologist at the Middelheim hospital in Antwerp, Belgium. He is trained in working with all common tools used in electrophysiology such as cryotherapy, radiofrequency ablation, CARTO and Ensite systems, but his major expertise is performing electrophysiologic procedures remotely using the Magnetic Navigation System. He is a board member of the nucleus of the Belgium Heart Rhythm Association and faculty of the Society of Cardiac Robotic Navigation.

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