Discuss the diagnosis, mechanism and treatment of atrial fibrillation including the direct oral anticoagulants. What can be expected from advance cardiology referral.
1. How to manage with rate control and anticoagulation
2. When to consider ablation
3. When is AV nodal ablation appropriate
4. What options besides anticoagulation exist to prevent cardioemboli
Disclosures: None Reported
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Pioneering alongside two of the original innovators of angioplasty in this country, Dr. Christoper Wulff gained advanced training in Interventional Cardiology at the San Francisco Heart institute. Recognized for his expertise in coronary and peripheral intervention and heart failure, he served as ValleyCare Medical Center’s first ever director, in Pleasanton, and established the Cardiac Catheterization Lab.
In addition to his commitment to the treatment of arterial vascular disease, Dr. Wulff established the first Bay Area Interventional Cardiology practice devoted to the treatment of venous disease, including endovascular ablation, sclerotherapy, and ambulatory microphlebectomy.
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