Industry Partners

Partners In Educational Advancements In Ventricular Arrhythmia Management

The Mount Sinai Hospital and the University of Pennsylvania Health System serve as the VT Symposium host and sponsoring institutions, partially funded through educational grants and sponsorships from our Industry partners.

This conference is made possible partly by the support of our industry colleagues, who, like Mount Sinai Hospital and the University of Pennsylvania Health System, are dedicated to educating healthcare professionals and enhancing patient outcomes.

VT Symposium 2024 Exhibitors and Educational Grantors will be acknowledged on this webpage and at the time of the Conference.


2023 Industry Partners

We grateful acknowledge our industry partners for their generous support of the 18th Annual International Symposium on Ventricular Arrhythmias: Pathophysiology & Therapy for providing educational grants:

Biosense Webster, Inc. •  Abbott Laboratories  •  Boston Scientific Corporation

Varian Medical Systems, Inc.
Medtronic, Inc.
iRhythm Technologies, Inc
Impulse Dynamics

Adagio Medical, Inc.  •  InHEART Medical
ADAS 3D Medical SL  •  Haemonetics
Thermedical  •  Zoll Cardiac Management Solutions

Thank you to our Exhibitors!

Access Point Technologies EP
Biosense Webster
Biotronik, Inc.
Boston Scientific Corporation
Bristol Myers Squibb Co.
Catheter Precision, Inc.
Circle Cardiovascular Imaging
Field Medical, Inc.
Haemonetics Corporation
Impulse Dynamics
InHEART Medical
iRhythm Technologies
Medtronic, Inc.
Merit Medical Systems, Inc.
Octagos Health Inc.
Pfizer, Inc.
Philips ECG Solutions
Triangulate Health Inc.
Zoll Cardiac Management Solutions

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