Agilis NxT


Choose the Gold Standard

As evidenced in more than one million procedures*, for a growing number of physicians, Agilis™ NxT Steerable Introducer is the introducer of choice when guiding ablation catheters to treat arrhythmias. Tailor to your patient’s anatomy with a large variety of sizes & curves that maintain their shape.

Curve sizes for the Agilis NxT Steerable Introducer


Confident steering and stable positioning with exceptional maneuverability

Enhanced catheter stability enables control of tip movements within millimeters along the intended ablation line1

Access hard-to-reach areas with precise maneuverability and auto-lock steering, such as the right inferior and left anterior pulmonary veins1


Enhanced procedural efficiency with exceptional contact force




Greater catheter-tissue contact force, which may support more durable lesion formation2



Higher left atrial wall contact, and more efficient energy delivery, especially critical for thicker left atrial musculature1


Reliable, Complete Lesion Creation Through Outstanding Agility and Stability


Greater freedom from arrhythmia at 6 months (76.0% vs 53.0%)3 and 18% greater at 12 months (74.0% vs 62.7%)4


Complete PVI isolation (left- and right-sided veins) (43 pts vs 8 pts)1


Fewer re-do ablations (6 pts vs 23 pts)1 and 17% fewer acute PV reconnections (50% vs 60%)5


Manuals & Resources

Manuals & Resources

Cardiovascular Products

Cardiovascular Products

Customer Service

Customer Service

*Based on sales through Dec 31, 2020


  1. Piorkowski C, et al. (2008). Steerable sheath catheter navigation for ablation of atrial fibrillation: A case-control study. Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology, 31(7), 863–873.
  2. Cuoco F, et al. (2014). Steerable sheath promotes improved contact force paramenters during pulmonary vein isolation. Heart Rhythm, Vol. 11, No. 5, May Supplement.
  3. Piorkowski C, et al. (2011). Steerable versus non-steerable sheath technology in AF ablation: A prospective, randomized study. Circulation, 4(2), 157–165.
  4. Mansour M. (2014). TOCCASTAR: Preliminary Results of the First Prospective Randomized Study of a Contact Force Sensing Ablation Catheter for the Treatment of Paroxysmal AF. Presented at HRS AF Summit 2014. San Francisco, California.
  5. Hutchinson M, et al. (2013). Efforts to enhance catheter stability improve atrial fibrillation ablation outcome. Heart Rhythm, 10(3), 347–353.

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