Head of Arrhythmology and Electrophysiology Department of the Hadassah Medical Center.
- Treatment of various types of arrhythmia with medication and the CARTO radiofrequency ablation.
- Implantation of pacemakers and cardioverter-defibrillators.
- Programmed ventricular stimulation.
- Recurrent ventricular tachycardia
- Atrial fibrillation
- Heart defects
- Myocardial infarction
- Coronary artery disease
- Sinus tachycardia
- Heart block
Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Private practice at the Top Ichilov Clinic
Hadassah Medical Center (Jerusalem), Head of Arrhythmology Department
Sheba Medical Center, Cardiology Department, senior physician
Training in electrophysiology at Mayo Clinic (Minnesota, USA)
Shaare Zedek Hospital (Jerusalem, Israel), specialization in cardiology
Soroka Medical Center (Be'er Sheva, Israel), specialization in internal medicine
Israel Heart Society
European Society of Cardiology
Doctor Luria is the leading Israeli specialist in arrhythmia treatment with 35 years of work experience. He uses advanced, minimally invasive treatments for heart rhythm abnormalities including radiofrequency ablation and implantation of latest-generation pacemakers.
“Atrial fibrillation treatment starts with medication. Today, however, medication therapy is not sufficient. It helps only for a little while, and atrial fibrillation comes back, progresses and becomes chronic.
20-30% of patients abandon treatment by themselves because of its side effects. Atrial fibrillation starts in a specific area generating very fast waves of atrial tachycardia. These areas are located at the entrance of pulmonary veins. They can be reached and isolated in order to treat the condition. This is achieved with radiofrequency ablation.
Lately, physicians have also started to freeze pulmonary vein entries. This procedure may seem easy, but in reality, it’s not. It requires patience and attention.”