Reda Ibrahim, MD, George Jabbour, MD, Saibal Kar, MD.
Dr. Reda Ibraham from the Montreal Heart Institute in Montreal, Canada, presents on how an accurate transseptal will set you up for success with the WATCHMAN™ FLX device at the TCT E-learning event planned and implemented by Boston Scientific on October 17th, 2020. They present a live case of LAAC in a paroxysmal AF patient from the University of Montreal.
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