Suneet Mittal, AF Symposium 2021: Atrial Fibrillation in the Post-COVID-19 Environment
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We spoke to Dr Suneet Mittal (Director of Electrophysiology, The Valley Hospital, Ridgewood, NJ, USA) about the workflow innovations for atrial fibrillation ablation in the post-COVID-19 environment.
- What have been the main challenges to atrial fibrillation (AF) ablation workflow during the COVID-19 pandemic? (0.14)
- What workflow innovations have been created and incorporated over the past year? (1:47)
- How do you feel AF ablation will change in the post-COVID-19 environment? (3:32)
Speaker disclosures: Dr Suneet Mittal has nothing to declare in relation to this video interview.
Commissioned, edited and funded by Touch Medical Media.
Filmed during a remote video call with Dr Suneet Mittal as a highlight of the AF Symposium, February 2021.
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