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HRS 2017: EBR's Leadless CRT Feasibility; Watchman Registry Data; A Novel AF Ablation Catheter From BW; And More Medtronic CRT Data

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Results from "real-world" registries of established devices, along with encouraging early results from novel devices were among the highlights of Heart Rhythm 2017, the annual scientific sessions of the Heart Rhythm Society, held in Chicago May 10-13.

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