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Dr. Daniel Noonan discusses how RHYTHMIA has changed the cardiac mapping space and his practice at St. Luke's Boise Medical Center. He shares how RHYTHMIA’s high-definition mapping system and features have improved his workflow, his approach to complex cases and his patients.
Dr. Paolo Della Bella discusses the advantages offered by the RHYTHMIA Mapping System and explains the clinical value offered by the system's unique combination of greater density, higher resolution and rapid automation.
Dr. Paul Mounsey of UNC Center for Heart and Vascular Care describes how the RHYTHMIA Mapping System has “set a new standard” in 3D mapping. This five-minute clip details the key features of the system he and his team have been using since the system was installed.
Listen to Dr. Felix Yang from Maimonides Medical Center in New York City talk about how RHYTHMIA has surpassed the clarity of other cardiac mapping and navigation systems. “Whereas frequently we only have a rough idea of how an arrhythmia would propagate and we may deliver empiric ablation lines to treat them, the high-definition maps acquired by the system allow us to actually see what are the critical components of an arrhythmia circuit.”
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Pulmonary Vein Isolation Using the Rhythmia Mapping System: Verification of Intracardiac Signals Using the Orion Mini-Basket Catheter
Evaluation of a Novel High-Resolution Mapping Technology for Ablation of Recurrent Scar-Related Atrial Tachycardias
Initial Experience with Ultra High-Density Mapping of Human Right Atria
Percutaneous Transapical Access for Pulmonary Vein Mapping and Ablation in a Porcine Model with a New High-Density Electroanatomical Mapping System
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Utility of a Novel Rapid High-Resolution Mapping System in the Catheter Ablation of Arrhythmias: An Initial Human Experience of Mapping the Atria and the Left Ventricle
Rapid High Resolution Electroanatomical Mapping: Evaluation of a New System in a Canine Atrial Linear Lesion Model
Perceiving the Imperceptible in Atrial Macro-Reentry: Ultrahigh Resolution Mapping to Characterize the Critical Isthmus
Rapid Acquisition of High-Resolution Electroanatomical Maps Using a Novel Multielectrode Mapping System
Direct Comparison of Point-by-Point and Rapid Ultra High-Resolution Electroanatomical Mapping in Patients Scheduled for Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation
Endocardial Voltage Mapping of Pulmonary Veins with an Ultra-High Resolution System to Evaluate Atrial Myocardial Extensions
Characterization, Mapping, and Ablation of Complex Atrial Tachycardia: Initial Experience with a Novel Method of Ultra High-Density 3D Mapping
First Clinical Experience Using a Novel High-Resolution Electroanatomical Mapping System for Left Atrial Ablation Procedures
Utility of High-Resolution Electroanatomic Mapping of the Left Ventricle Using a Multispline Basket Catheter in a Swine Model of Chronic Myocardial Infarction
Correlation of Scar in Cardiac MRI and High-Resolution Contact Mapping of Left Ventricle in a Chronic Infarct Model
Evaluation of a Novel High-Resolution Mapping System for Catheter Ablation of Ventricular Arrhythmias
Dr. Paul Mounsey explains the RHYTHMIA Mapping System’s clinical advantage for complex procedures and the power of the INTELLAMAP ORION™ Mapping catheter compared to competitor catheters. “The clinical value that RHYTHMIA brings to the complex mapping procedures is predictability and efficacy. Predictability is huge in these patients.”
Dr. Nicolas Derval shares findings from his study using the RHYTHMIA HDx™ Mapping System and discusses why he believes the RHYTHMIA system is a game changer in the mapping and navigation space.
Dr. Philipe Maury describes case types to demonstrate the RHYTHMIA HDx™ Mapping System’s ability to collect a large amount of points and to show how its unique annotation algorithm leads to reliable maps.
“The RHYTHMIA™ Mapping System is a really innovative system of mapping complex arrhythmias, and has been designed to think with the intent of providing high-density, reliable, and quick high-resolution mapping to diagnose the mechanism underlying complex arrhythmias, and to find the substrate underlying those arrhythmias as well.”
This case highlights how the density, resolution and automation of the RHYTHMIA Mapping System helped facilitate Dr. Peter Gallagher’s assessment and treatment strategy for his patient’s set of complex scar-related arrhythmias.
Download a PDF of Dr. Paul Mounsey’s review of two typical flutter procedures using the RHYTHMIA Mapping System.
In this study, Dr. Paul Mounsey reviews two typical flutter procedures. Both of these cases were classic cavotricuspid isthmus dependent atrial flutters. The first, a de novo ablation, was fairly straightforward. The second is a redo case where the RHYTHMIA Mapping System was used to identify gaps in previous ablation lines.
Download a PDF of Dr. Paul Mounsey’s case showing how he used the RHYTHMIA Mapping System to check for gaps in a 65-year-old’s epicardial lesions prior to an endocardial procedure.
In this case of a 65-year-old man with a 10-year history of atrial fibrillation, Dr. Paul Mounsey used the RHYTHMIA Mapping System to check for gaps in the patient’s epicardial lesions prior to an endocardial procedure.
Download a PDF of Dr. Tom Wong’s case study of a 54-year-old patient who had previously gone through a Ross Procedure but, years later, was admitted to the hospital with two different types of tachycardias.
Download a presentation of Dr. Tom Wong’s case study of a 54-year-old patient who had previously gone through a Ross Procedure but, years later, was admitted to the hospital with two different types of tachycardias.
Dr. Tom Wong summarizes an ablation guided by the RHYTHMIA electroanatomic mapping solution of atrial and dual-loop ventricular tachycardia in a patient with a congenital heart defect. The 54-year-old patient had previously gone through a Ross Procedure but, years later, was admitted to the hospital with two different types of tachycardias.