With HD Grid mapping technology, you are able to collect more data for insight into activity that may not be visible for 10-pole configuration mapping catheters.
Greater mapping density could create more opportunities for rapid,2 accurate3 model creation and confirmation of acute PVI during AF ablation procedures.
The Advisor HD Grid Mapping Catheter, Sensor Enabled offers a high-density mapping catheter able to rapidly2 collect a high density of voltage points to confirm acute pulmonary vein isolation.1
By “being able to show only the highest amplitude signals from orthogonal recordings, the HD grid may be able to detect local EGM signals which previously would have been missed and thus may offer more effective therapeutics.”
– Colin Yeo et al4
*In an independent head-to-head bench test comparison with the ThermoCool SmartTouch‡ SF catheter, TactiCath Quartz contact force ablation catheter showed higher accuracy in both axial (perpendicular) and parallel (lateral) orientations.8
**The open-platform feature of the EnSite Precision™ cardiac mapping system allows for use of almost any catheter, thus offering superior flexibility as compared to the CARTO‡ system by Biosense Webster, which limits use to Biosense Webster catheters only.
***Effortless handling is based on how physicians scored catheter handling characteristics during an initial market release.
1. Karim, N., Srinivasan, N., Garcia, J., Providencia, R., Ang, R., Dhinoja, M., . . . Chow, A. (2018). Early experience using the Advisor HD Grid catheter to map atrial fibrillation. European Heart Rhythm Association, 20(4). Retrieved March 7, 2019.
2. Abbott. Report on file. 90299533.
3. Abbott. Report on file. 90262900.
4. Yeo C, Tan VH, Wong KCK. Pulmonary vein reconnection mapping with Advisor HD Grid demonstrating local EGM which were not visible on Tacticath ablation catheter. J Arrhythmia. 2018; 00: 1–3. https://doi.org/10.1002/joa3.12144
5. Abbott. Report on file. 90355919.
6. Abbott. Report on file. 90264963.
7. Abbott. Report on file. 90283998.
8. Bourier F, Deisenofer I, Hessling G, et al. Contact-force sensing electrophysiological catheters: How accurate is the technology? [Abstract PO03-170]. Presentation at HRS 2016, San Francisco, CA, May 4-7, 2016. Heart Rhythm. 2016; 13(5 Suppl 1): S318-S319.
9. Bourier F, Gianni C, Dare M, et al. Fiberoptic Contact-Force Sensing Electrophysiological Catheters: How Precise Is the Technology? J Cardiovasc Electrophysiol. 2017; 28(1):109-114. https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jce.13100
10. Ptaszek L, Moon B, Sacher F, et al. Novel automated point collection software facilitates rapid, high density electroanatomic mapping with multiple catheter types. J Cardiovasc Electrophysiol. 2017; 29(1): 186-195. https://doi.org/10.1111/jce.13368
11. Abbott. Data on File. Report 90237452.
12. Abbott. Data on File. Report 90430651.
13. Abbott. Data on File. LMR Memo #90349982.
14. Abbott. Data on File. Report 90214738.
15. Abbott. Data on File. Report 90253949.
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