David Birnie discusses the latest cardiac implantable electronic devices at HRS 2019, including the latest findings from the PADIT trial.
- What are the major unmet needs in cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIEDs)? 0:07
- Could you tell us about the rationale for the PADIT trial? 1:32
- What were the major findings of this trial and what are their implications for clinical practice? 2:25
- What progress has been made in risk scoring for CIED infection? 3:19
- What other strategies can reduce CIED infection? 5:35
Disclosures: David Birnie has nothing to declare in relation to this video interview.
Filmed in partnership with Arrhythmia Alliance.
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