BIOTRONIK Device Therapies for Allied Health Professionals: Basics and Beyond: Day 2
Device Diagnostics: Case Based Approach
In this workshop we use case studies to review the diagnostics available to help diagnose chronotropic incompetence, discuss the difference between atrial tach and mode switch criteria, discuss the importance of interpreting the sensing test, review the CRT Interrupt alert and how to manage, as well as utilizing Home Monitoring diagnostics for managing heart failure patients.
Device Programming Tips & Tricks
In this workshop we review the CRT-DX system and CLS (Closed Loop Stimulation), including patient profiles, timing cycles involved with a VDD (DX) system, CLS expert options based on patient indication, as well as programming considerations.
Optimizing Home Monitoring for Patients & Clinics
In this presentation we discuss clinical data supporting the use of Home Monitoring, utilization of Home Monitoring for same day discharge, creation of alert templates, utilization of patient groups to optimize workflow and billing, as well as the new QuickCheck feature available in our newest ICD/CRT family of devices.
BIOMONITOR III/IIIm Programming and Case Studies
In this workshop we walk through general device programming of the BIOMONITOR III and IIIm devices, discuss possible sensing challenges with programming recommendations, as well as utilization of the ProgramConsult for easy indication-based device programming.
Continuing Education Hours
The program is recognized for 4 hours of continuing education credit each day, for a total of 12 hours; California Board of Registered Nursing credit provider CEP17525. These CE credits are recognized for registered nurses. Attendees need to view all content that was presented on a given day in order to receive continuing education credit. Once you have completed all of the day 2 content, please send an email to email@example.com to request a certificate of completion for your records. Note: Allied Health Professionals are responsible to confirm CE credit acceptance with their individual licensing board.
David Hayes, MD
Chief Medical Officer