Mayo Clinic Online Electrophysiology Board Review

Earn up to 25.5 AMA PRA Category 1 credits™ and 25.5 ABIM MOC Points

What you Get

  • 365 days of access
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  • Hours of video with the ability to view at 2x speed
  • Downloadable slides, audio files, board pearls and summaries
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Pharmacokinetics, Dynamics, and Clinical EP of Antiarrhythmic Drugs
 Peter Noseworthy, MD

Signal Processing and Interpretation for the Electrophysiologist
 K. L. Venkatachalam, MD

Intracardiac Echo and Mapping System Overview
 Thomas Munger, MD

Health Care Reform
 Thomas Munger, MD

CT & MRI for Electrophysiologists
 Phillip Young, MD

Understanding Basic Arrhythmogenesis
 William Stevenson, MD

Clinical EP Basics: Electrogram Recording, Mapping, and Ablation Biophysics
 John Miller, MD

Understanding the Cardiac Action Potential of the Human Heart
 Michael Ackerman, MD, PhD

Non-Ablative Therapy for Atrial Fibrillation
 Christopher McLeod, MB, ChB, PhD

 Christopher McLeod, MB, ChB, PhD

Atrial Fibrillation: Concepts, Pathophysiology and Disease Associations
 Suraj Kapa, MD

Atrial Arrhythmia Cases
 Malini Madhavan, MBBS

Special Circumstances (Congenital, Pregnancy, Transplant, LVAD, Athletes, HCM and Sarcoid)
 Christopher McLeod, MB, ChB, PhD

 Christopher McLeod, MB, ChB, PhD

The Cardiac Channelopathies
 Michael Ackerman, MD, PhD

Device Extraction
 Siva Mulpuru, MD

Pacemaker Basics
 Raul Espinosa, MD

Pacemaker/CRT Troubleshooting
 Paul Wang, MD

Principles of ICD and CRT
 Siva Mulpuru, MD

Device Workshop
 Yong Mei Cha, MD

Leadless Pacemaker
 Yong Mei Cha, MD

AT and Atrial Flutter: Mapping and Ablation
 William Stevenson, MD

Entrainment and Catheter Ablation of VT in Structural Heart Disease
 William Stevenson, MD

VT Syndromes – ARVD, Outflow Tract, BBR, ILV-VT
 Suraj Kapa, MD

VT Workshop of Unknown Cases
 John Miller, MD

Ablation Complications (Case-Based)
 Thomas Munger, MD

SVT: Accessory Pathway-Related Tachycardias
 Samuel Asirvatham, MD

SVT Cases in the EP Lab: When Maneuvers Can Help
 Komandoor Srivathsan, MD

SVT Unknowns
 Siva Mulpuru, MD

PVI Broadcast
 Abhishek Deshmukh, MBBS


Credit Types Offered
25.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
25.5 ABIM MOC Points

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