RhythmView® Rotor Mapping System
The Leader in Rotor Mapping
The RhythmView system is the first rotor mapping solution that identifies the mechanisms that sustain atrial fibrillation. This system is based on a century of basic science and backed by more than a decade of fundamental substrate research in arrhythmia patients. Using the FIRMap® basket catheter, the RhythmView system quickly processes 64 electrograms to identify the areas with substrates sustaining the atrial fibrillation. For the first time, physicians can identify patient-specific sources that sustain serious heart rhythm disorders. The system provides a unique set of software tools to help physicians identify key areas of rotation.
RhythmView Reference Electrode
Introducing the RhythmView Reference Electrode, a simple reliable reference for your unipolar recordings. It is designed to optimize unipolar electrogram clarity and streamline RhythmView procedure workflow. Additionally, in place of internal reference electrodes, the RhythmView Reference Electrode has the potential to reduce cost and avoid additional insertion-site injury.
The RhythmView Reference Electrode is a custom designed solution, consisting of a large surface area electrode with a chemical composition optimized for recording fidelity and patient adhesion. It features a button-snap connector that can be connected to standard patient-safe cables.
Vado® Steerable Sheath
FINE TUNED FOR FREEDOM
Introducing the Vado steerable sheath, featuring the first and only design on the market without pull wires. Designed to elevate your confidence in navigating the heart with precision,
the Vado steerable sheath provides you with the control, retention and stability that only our patented TruVectorTM technology can deliver. Experience the best of both worlds, with the stability of a fixed curve sheath and the freedom to operate of a deflectable sheath. Precise handle to tip response combined with a robust shaft design provides consistent and outstanding torqueability and maneuverability throughout the most challenging and lengthy procedures.