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INTELLAMAP ORION™

Mapping Catheter

Designed to work with the RHYTHMIA™ Mapping System, the INTELLAMAP ORION™ Mapping Catheter brings unprecedented resolution and accuracy to mapping procedures.

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Directions for Use RHYTHMIA™ Mapping System Indications, Safety and Warnings

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Product Overview

The INTELLAMAP ORION™ Mapping Catheter has 64 electrodes – 3x more* electrodes than standard mapping catheters – so you can collect more data more rapidly. Its uniquely flat, printed electrodes are 8x smaller** than conventional mapping catheter electrodes and designed to maximize contact and minimize far field signals. Combined with 2.5 mm center-to-center electrode spacing, the ORION reveals sharp, high-quality signals that allow for accurate and precise localization of even the most complex arrhythmias.

 

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INTELLAMAP ORION™ Ordering Information

  UPN Order
Number
Usable
Length
OD (F) Number of
Electrodes
Curve Deployment
Range
High-
Resolution
Mapping
Catheter
M004 RC64S 0 RC64S 115 cm 8.5 64 180,
bidirectional
3-22 mm
Umbilical
Cable
M004
RAUMBILICAL20
RAUMBILICAL2 78 in        

  

"The mapping resolution of the basket catheter was higher than that of standard multielectrode mapping catheters... consistent with the basket’s smaller electrodes and close interelectrode spacing. The combination of increased sampling density, mapping resolution, and a novel algorithm to improve accuracy of activation timing resulted in the ability to construct activation maps with better characterization of the circuit as compared to standard mapping technologies." (Anter et al, 2016)1

  

Reimbursement

Rhythm Management reimbursement resources

 

*Calculation utilizes labeled number of 20 electrodes on one commercially available electrophysiology mapping catheter.
 **Calculation utilizes labeled size of electrodes on one commercially available electrophysiology mapping catheter.

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