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EHRA examinations


  • The written examination, compiled by the Certification Committee, essentially consists of a 120 multiple-choice question test
  • The questions are based on the analysis of practical clinical cases and decision making (60-80%), with the remaining dedicated to theoretical questions.
  • The examination is designed to be completed in two consecutive parts of 3 hours with a one hour lunch break.
  • Participants should bring the following materials: a calliper and a black pen only

Topic distribution*

  • Invasive Electrophysiology - General concepts and bradiarrhythmias (15-20%)
  • Invasive Electrophysiology - Supraventricular tachycardias (15-20%)
  • Invasive Electrophysiology - Ventricular tachcyardias (15-20%)
  • Invasive Electrophysiology - Specific ablation aspects (15-20%)
  • Electrocardiography (5-10%)
  • Clinical arrhythmology and related techniques (5-10%)
  • Devices: pacemakers and implantable defibrillators (10%)
  • Basic electrophysiology and cardiac cell channels (2-5%)
  • Other (2-5%)


* Estimate