A New Dimension in HD Mapping & Ablation
DIRECTSENSE Technology leverages Boston Scientific's proprietary MIFI electrode design to capture and present a unique local impedance measurement from a local electric field generated at the tip of the ablation catheter.
How Local Impedance is Measured
A measure of local impedance provides the physician with more data to assess not only the proximity of the ablation catheter tip to cardiac tissue, but also catheter stability and local tissue characteristics.
Providing a New Dimension of Data in Cardiac Ablations
DIRECTSENSE displays a measure of local impedance or local resistivity of the cardiac tissue, allowing the physician to evaluate the potential to deliver energy to the tissue prior to ablation as well as monitor the impact of RF during ablation.
The Story Behind the Innovation
Boston Scientific is committed to innovation in high-defintion mapping and ablation. Learn more about the first technology to measure local impedance entirely on an ablation catheter.
Confidently Validate Endpoints
For the first time, triangulate procedural endpoint data with three unique and precise data points - RHYTHMIA HDx high-resolution maps, INTELLANAV MIFI OI high-resolution electrograms, and DIRECTSENSE local impedance - not offered by conventional mapping systems.
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