The Shape of the Future.
The FARAPULSE Pulsed Field Ablation System produces durable, effective lesions and minimises collateral damage risks associated with thermal energy sources.1 Validated more than any other pulsed field ablation (PFA) system, FARAPULSE PFA is pioneering possibilities for the future of tissue-selective ablation.
Discover more about FARAPULSE PFA lesion science by listening to Associate Prof. Kars Neven impart his knowledge.
Proven procedural prescription for successful PVI.
Pulsed field ablation is highly parameter-dependent, and slight variations in polarity, waveform, catheter electrodes, pulse characteristics, or applications can be the difference between acute or chronic success.4 The FARAPULSE Pulsed Field Ablation System was optimised through years of iterations to define and validate the dose with catheter, waveform, and application sequence.
Pulmonary Vein Durability on Remapping1
Prospective Remaps at 93 ± 30 days
All three cohorts showed 100% acute PVs isolated, though lesion durability varied significantly at remap (~3 months). Acute isolation alone is not enough to assure durable lesions — remapping data validates the FARAPULSE Pulsed Field Ablation System’s optimal dosing and applications for long-term success.1
Pulsed field ablation offers [an] effective method for atrial fibrillation ablation, with a reduced risk of collateral damage...
I would strongly recommend having PFA in the EP toolbox.
Prof. Gábor Széplaki
Mater Private Hospital, Dublin
Interested in hearing an expert’s thoughts on lesion creation with FARAPULSE PFA? Listen to what Prof. Tobias Reichlin has to say.
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Can Pulsed Field Ablation Meet All Your Needs?
Prof. KR Julian Chun presents the updated experience from the CCB group with the FARAPULSE PFA System.
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