Anatomy for Electrophysiologists

Imperial College London / National Heart and Lung Institute, Events Office
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28.05.2012 - 29.05.2012  London
 
Course Content
This course aims to provide the foundation for understanding the anatomy of the heart and spatial relationships of cardiac structures as viewed by cardiac electrophysiologists. Anatomical correlations with clinical imaging relevant to everyday practice are discussed.
Learning objectives, training objectives
This course is suitable for doctors training to specialise in cardiac electrophysiology, for technicians and support professionals working in electrophysiology laboratories, as well as for personnel working in industry.
Notes
This course is also a refresher / update course for the experienced practitioner.
 

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Karina Dixon
 
Categories
Internal Medicine
 
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