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Making its debut in the United States, Pedirhythm brings its 10th edition to Boston, MA and will be hosted by the cardiac electrophysiology division at Boston Children’s Hospital. 

Pedirhythm X, an international biennial meeting focused on arrhythmia care for infants, children, and patients of all ages with congenital heart disease. Pedirhythm held its inaugural meeting in Istanbul in 2003. As the meeting grew in attendance, the venue shifted to other major European cities, and now, for the first time, will take place in the United States.

Pedirhythm attracts physicians, as well as fellows in training, nurses, scientists, and industry representatives from across the globe. It has quickly developed into the premier stand-alone scientific meeting for pediatric and congenital electrophysiology. Over 250 health care professionals attended the 2018 meeting in Munich. The 2020 meeting in Krakow had to be virtual because of the Covid pandemic, but nearly 500 individuals registered and participated electronically.

Pedirhythm is a superb opportunity to learn and share advances in clinical and research electrophysiology for children and patients with congenital cardiac disease, and a unique opportunity to connect with experts from the world’s leading academic programs engaged in the practice of pediatric and congenital electrophysiology.

The faculty will be international and include both senior figures in the subspecialty as well as promising young investigators, with a format that emphasizes opportunities for interaction. CME credits will be applied for under the auspices of Boston Children’s Hospital (14–16 hours, depending on final program). The conference will be managed by Conventures, a Boston event management consultant, and will be digitally hosted on this website. The 10th edition will be hosted by the Boston Children’s Hospital Heart Center, and we expect that this congress will be endorsed by the Heart Rhythm Society, the Pediatric and Congenital EP Society, and the Association for European Paediatric and Congenital Cardiology.