Atrial fibrillation (AFib) is an irregular heartbeat that can be dangerous because it increases your risk of stroke by nearly fivefold and also makes you more prone to develop heart failure and other heart-related complications. Luckily, recent years have seen major advancements in treating AFib.

Hear top experts from the AFib Clinic at Boulder Heart describe a range of innovative treatments for bringing your heart back to a normal rhythm, including minimally invasive procedures such as catheter ablation, the new WATCHMAN and hybrid ablation.

When: Tuesday, Sept. 15, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Where: Watch online. You’ll get the link once you register.

SPEAKERS:

  • Srini Iyengar, MD, BCH's structural heart program director and one of Colorado's most experienced WATCHMAN specialists
  • Bryan Mahan, DO, one of a handful of heart surgeons in the state performing hybrid ablation, an advanced, minimally invasive procedure to treat atrial fibrillation
  • Sameer Oza, MD, one of the most experienced cardiac electrophysiologists in the Denver-Boulder area offering ablation therapies for heart rhythm problems
  • Vitale Battaglini, MSN, MBA, FNP-C, a cardiology nurse practitioner with a specific focus on electrophysiology

Register at bchlectures.org/AFib