Temperature Ablation Catheter

True Tissue Assessment

Highly localized signal, from the mini-electrodes, allows for distinction between viable and non-viable tissue types with more accuracy.
Intra cardiac electrogram of an area of re-conduction after multiple ablation applications. Small fractionated signals were only observed on the Mini Electrodes (box). Whereas, no signals were observed in de conventional electrogram (MAP 1-2, arrow)3
Mini Electrodes allow for the identification of small conduction gaps in linear lesions and precise ablation targeting. This advantage is attributable to an improved discrimination of viable versus ablated tissue based on electrophysiological criteria4

Tissue Substrate Identification

INTELLATIP MIFI™ XP technology provides data with higher specificity and sensitivity supporting diagnosis of atrial fibrosis and identification abnormal substrate1

Gap Identification

In an atrial flutter clinical trial, EGMs from the mini-electrodes provided information to help identify conduction gaps in the line of block that were not visible using conventional recording2