CathVision empowers electrophysiologists
to cure arrhythmia

Cardiac Arrhythmia

Approximately 20 million patients suffer from cardiac arrhythmia. The most prevalent arrhythmia, atrial fibrillation, is a global healthcare problem associated with strokes and heart failure. Patients with sustained arrhythmia symptoms are offered a curative ablation treatment in the hospital.

Electro­physiology

Most concepts in cardiac electrophysiology were conceived based upon the appearance of the 12-lead ECG. They were ultimately proven accurate once intracardiac electrograms could be reliably obtained. The recording of high quality intracardiac electrograms has always been a challenge in the environment of the clinical EP lab.

In the age of interventional electrophysiology, the capacity to distinguish the true clinical signal from artifacts and aliasing can determine the difference between procedural success and repeat readmissions. The signal is the target; CathVision products reveal the target in never before equaled fidelity.

Ablation therapy

Succesful arrhythmia termination relies on the physician:

1) Finding the right site for ablation

2) Creating a durable ablation lesion

Approximately 50% of patients with the complex atrial fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia have to return for repeat ablation treatments. In the meantime patients maintain their medicine intake, and they are in the risk zone for stroke

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