The 20th International Dead Sea Symposium, IDSS Innovations in Cardiac Arrhythmias and Heart Failure InterContinental David Tel Aviv, an IHG Hotel, Tel Aviv-Yafo
The International Dead Sea Symposium (IDSS) on Cardiac Arrhythmias and Heart Failure has been held in Israel since 1992. Their mission is to make Israel one of the leading countries in innovative electrophysiology.
The International Program Committee is currently preparing a multidisciplinary scientific program for professionals in all disciplines of arrhythmia: electrophysiologists, clinical cardiologists, internists, for physicians working in sport medicine and family physicians, as well as entrepreneurs, start-up and more mature innovative companies, scientists, biomedical engineers, and the industry.
The meeting will commence with a full day of workshops and mini courses on cardiac anatomy, ECG, conduction system pacing, LAA closure, S- ICD, lead extractions -a unique opportunity to learn and practice how to, HF management by CIED (CRT, conduction system pacing, LVAD), complex mapping and ablation procedures. It will continue with a two-day conference focusing on current approaches to treat cardiac arrhythmias, emphasizing the impact of novel technologies on current and future therapies intended to save hearts and lives.
Traditionally, a full day program of both pediatric and sport arrhythmology will be included, as well as a workshop designed for nurses and technicians working in pacing, EP, and cardiac care units.