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Eighteenth International Boston AF Symposium

The eighteenth Annual Boston AF Symposium takes place this week between January 17-19, 2013 at the Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center Boston. The Symposium was initiated in 1995 in response to the growing epidemic of atrial fibrillation. Over the past eighteen years, this meeting has become a major scientific forum at which health care professionals have a unique opportunity to learn about advances in research and therapeutics directly from many of the most eminent investigators in the field.

This intensive and highly focused three-day symposium brings together the world's leading medical scientists to share in a highly interactive environment the most recent advances in the field of atrial fibrillation.

The primary objective of the meeting is to provide attendees with an in-depth and practical view of the current state-of-the-art in the field of AF in a scholarly and collegial atmosphere.

The meeting employs advanced teaching tools including satellite and pre-recorded case presentations and interactive audience response systems to share with attendees the most up-to-date basic, translational and clinical science as they evolve toward a better understanding of the pathophysiology of atrial fibrillation and contribute to the development of safer and more effective strategies for the management of AF and the prevention of AF-related stroke.

Among the world-renowned faculty is Prof David Keane, Consultant Cardiologist, St. Vincent's University Hospital from Ireland.

St Jude Medical is a major exhibitor at the symposium and this year will focus on a wide range of AF solutions, including the AgilisTM NxT Steerable Introducer and the TherapyTM Cool FlexTM Ablation Catheter.

If you would like any information on the Symposium or the extensive range of AF solutions offered by St Jude Medical, please don't hesitate to contact your local PEI hospital representative or call PEI on +353 1 419 6900.

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