- Ashley Nisbet
Ashley Nisbet is a Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist at University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust and an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Bristol, UK.
Dr Nisbet special clinical interests include investigation and treatment of cardiac arrhythmias, in particular catheter ablation of complex arrhythmias, management of patients with inherited arrhythmia syndromes, implantation of pacemakers and complex devices including ICDs and CRT devices.
Dr Nisbet graduated from the University of Aberdeen in 2000 before undertaking medical training in the West of Scotland, followed by a British Heart Foundation Clinical PhD Scholarship to study cardiac electrophysiology at the University of Glasgow. After completing specialist training in the West of Scotland and subspecialty training in Cardiac Electrophysiology in the National Heart and Lung Centre at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Glasgow, Dr Nisbet spent two year sin Australia under the tutelage of Professor Jonathan Kalman at Royal Melbourne Hospital.
- Identify arrhythmias other than atrial fibrillation that may benefit from hybrid ablation
- Summarise the existing evidence base for hybrid ablation in IST, POTS and Brugada Syndrome
- Identify patients who may benefit from a hybrid ablation approach
- Recall existing RCT and real-world evidence supporting the use of hybrid ablation in AF