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New Perspectives in Using Pre-procedure Imaging from the EP lab

Learn more about how ADAS 3D can enhance your EP practice. Electrophysiologists Dr. Juan Fernandez-Armenta from Cadiz Spain will discuss the clinical applications of using CMR to visualize and explore corridors of borderzone tissue within core scar. He will be joined by Martin Steghöfer from the Adas3D Medical team in Barcelona to explain the Corridors algorithm. The audience will be able to interact during the case-based presentations with polling.

Learning Objectives:
*Recognize what a “Corridor of border zone tissue” is
*Discuss how DE-MRI imaging helps physicians see border zone tissue
*Explain how ADAS 3D automatically detects and defines corridors
*Identify the differences between DICOM and ADAS 3D images/analysis
Recorded Oct 27 2020 45 mins
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Dr. Juan Fernandez-Armenta, Electrophysiologist Cadiz Spain Martin Steghöfer, Software engineer, Barcelona Spain
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  • New Perspectives in Using Pre-procedure Imaging from the EP lab Recorded: Oct 27 2020 45 mins
    Dr. Juan Fernandez-Armenta, Electrophysiologist Cadiz Spain Martin Steghöfer, Software engineer, Barcelona Spain
    Learn more about how ADAS 3D can enhance your EP practice. Electrophysiologists Dr. Juan Fernandez-Armenta from Cadiz Spain will discuss the clinical applications of using CMR to visualize and explore corridors of borderzone tissue within core scar. He will be joined by Martin Steghöfer from the Adas3D Medical team in Barcelona to explain the Corridors algorithm. The audience will be able to interact during the case-based presentations with polling.

    Learning Objectives:
    *Recognize what a “Corridor of border zone tissue” is
    *Discuss how DE-MRI imaging helps physicians see border zone tissue
    *Explain how ADAS 3D automatically detects and defines corridors
    *Identify the differences between DICOM and ADAS 3D images/analysis
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