Samuel J. Asirvatham, M.D.

  1. Atrial fibrillation
  2. Heart arrhythmias
  3. Neurocardiogenic syncope
  4. Seizure
  1. Ablation
  2. Endovenous thermal ablation
  3. Percutaneous valve procedures
  4. Ultrasound
  • Ablation for atrial fibrillation
  • Anatomical basis for arrythmias
  • Electrical invasive mapping for noncardiac structures
  • Intracardiac ultrasound
  • Development of a percutaneous epicardial system to close the left atrial appendage
  • Renal nerve stimulation for the treatment of neurocardiogenic syncope
  • Development of a novel circuit to prevent coagulum formation during radiofrequency ablation procedures
  • Specifically designed and created tools to allow electrophysiology mapping and ablation through the veins of the central nervous system to treat seizures and other central nervous system disorders

Rochester, Minnesota

  1. 2000
    Fellow - Electrophysiology/PacingMayo Clinic in Rochester
  2. 1998
    Fellow - CardiologyUniversity of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City
  3. 1995
    Chief ResidentUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison
  4. 1994
    ResidentUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison
  5. 1992
    InternshipSt. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York, NY
  6. 1990
    House Officer - (Nagari, India)CSI Hospitals, Christian Medical College
  7. 1988
    Post-Grad - (Vellore, India)Christian Medical College
  8. 1987
    MB BS - (Vellore, India)Christian Medical College