ACC 2023: Late-Breaking Science Video Collection

Published: 06 March 2023

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Our regular review series View from the Thoraxcenter, hosted by Prof Nicolas Van Mieghem and Dr Joost Daemen (Thoraxcentre, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, NL) provides a critical analysis of the late-breaking and featured science results and spotlights impactful data. 


For a deeper look into the key clinical trial data revealed at ACC 23, Dr Harriette Van Spall (McMaster University, Hamilton, CA) interviews the principal investigators in her regular Late-Breaker Discussion Series


For short, concise coverage of the key data revealed, our accessible Expert Interviews were conducted with select faculty, focussing on the results, applicability and impact on future research. 

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View from the Thoraxcenter

In these concise episodes of View from the Thoraxcenter, Prof Nicolas Van Mieghem and Dr Joost Daemen (Thoraxcentre, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, NL) offer their thoughts on the top late-breaking trials that will be presented at ACC 2023. 

About the episode

Principal Investigator, Dr Atul Verma (McGill University Health Centre, CA) joins us on-site at ACC's 2023 Scientific Sessions to outline the findings of the PULSED-AF Trial (Medtronic Cardiac Rhythm and Heart Failure). In this prospective, multicenter study, 421 patients with persistent atrial fibrillation (AF) were treated with the Medtronic PulseSelect Pulsed Field Ablation (PFA) System to study the safety and effectiveness of this device.


1. What is the background of this trial?
2. What are benefits of this novel technology?
3. Can you tell us about the study design, eligibility criteria and outcome measures?
4. What are the findings presented at ACC?
5. What are the potential implications of this data on practice and further research?
6. What are the next steps?

Recorded on-site at ACC 2023, New Orleans.

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Atul Verma

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