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Activation Mapping: How it Works & How it Can Go Wrong, with Joshua M. Cooper, MD

    Watch this 2 unit, 21-part video playlist to learn more as Dr. Cooper presents on activation mapping, selecting an activation point, selecting a reference point, mapping the atrium, and case examples. This content is intended for Health Care Professionals in the United States.

    Unit 1
    Part 1:  Introduction, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 2:  Overview, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 3:  Reference Point Selection, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 4:  Activation Mapping in the Atrium, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 5:  Annotation, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 6:  Case Example 1, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 7:  Case Example 2, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 8:  Case Example 3, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 9:  Case Example 4, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 10: Single Wrong Data Point, with Josh Cooper, MD

    Unit 2
    Part 11:  Mapping System EGM Display, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 12:  WOI and Focal Tachycardia Example, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 13:  Atrial Flutter and the Arbitrary WOI, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 14:  Focal Tach and Slow Conduction Impact on WOI, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 15:  AT#1 Revisited with Slowing of Conduction, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 16:  Focal Tach with Very Slow Conduction, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 17:  Substrate Model in Tachycardia with Very Slow Conduction, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 18:  Shifting the WOI When Conduction Velocity is Very Slow, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 19:  Pitfalls Leading to Erroneous Maps, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 20: How to Create a More Useful WOI, with Josh Cooper, MD
    Part 21: Take Home Points, with Josh Cooper, MD