RHYTHMIA collected 25x more data points on average per map compared to conventional mapping systems.1 More points means that you’re substantially limiting the amount of interpolation between annotated points, which allows you to more accurately visualize propagation patterns and more precisely identify small gaps and areas of interest.
RHYTHMIA has a noise floor of 0.01mV, which means that you can more clearly identify gaps in lesion sets, identify channels within dense scar, define scar boundaries, and visualize propagation in even heavily diseased or scarred chambers.
Unlike conventional mapping systems that operate with manual point-by-point annotation, RHYTHMIA enables continuous, rapid, automatic mapping for consistency and speed. Its intelligent annotation is also remarkably accurate. In fact, a paper published by Royal Brompton experience3 reported 99.98% accuracy.
Continuous mapping allows each beat to be automatically analyzed for inclusion in or exclusion from the map. To do this, RHYTHMIA utilizes the following: