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Pulsed Field Ablation System

Optimized the ideal PFA catheter for pulmonary vein isolation (PVI)

The 5-Spline FARAWAVE™ Pulsed Field Ablation Catheter is the optimized shape to achieve catheter placement in a range of PV anatomies and address PFA energy delivery needs.

No other design test demonstrated the same maneuverability, variable distal shape tips, or circumference ablation capabilities, all without any need to manually manage electrode activation.

The 5-Spline FARAWAVETM Pulsed Field Ablation Catheter.

Prioritizing efficacy while minimizing unwanted artifacts

Optimizing PFA delivery involves numerous elements of catheter and waveform design in order to create a field of effect for irreversible electroporation (IRE) without causing unwanted artifacts. The extensive FARAWAVE catheter development timeline in both the pre-clinical and clinical stages drove to balance these factors into the waveform that has now been used in so many patients across the globe.
Farawave table



Proven 8-application workflow

The FARAPULSE dosing protocol is simple yet effective in delivering durable lesions across the PV antrum and ostium. Each vein is preferentially ablated via eight 2.5-second applications utilizing both distal shapes in a prescribed series.
FARAPULSE dosing protocol illustration of application workflow.



FARAPULSE catheter, waveform, and dosing optimizations

Brendan Koop, PhD, details the biophysics and development needs for electroporation optimized for the ablation of cardiomyocytes. This overview details the development of a catheter for simplified positioning, the waveform for reduced potential of unwanted artifact, and therapeutic dosing for optimized and confident effect.
Farapulse product animation
FARAPULSE Pulsed Field Ablation System Indications, Safety and Warnings