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Sensitherm Multi Esophageal Monitoring System

Accurate Readings, Delivered Rapidly1

Providing critical information necessary to adapt therapy as needed, the SensiTherm™ Multi Esophageal Monitoring System enables physicians to monitor the esophagus between 0 °C to 75 °C.

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  • Wider area of coverage than single sensor probe with 7 electrode configuration.
  • Rapid response temperature readings on each electrode updated in real time during procedures.
  • Immediate feedback regarding patient status with intuitive, color changing temperature displays.
  • Advanced notice for hot and cold temperature thresholds with programmable temperature and cooling rate alarms.
  • Record and save event data for the entire procedure.
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The SensiTherm Multi Advantage

The SensiTherm Multi Probe is visualized on the map using the EnSite Precision™ Cardiac Mapping System. All 7 temperature sensors seamlessly visualized from multiple perspectives within EnSite Precision Cardiac Mapping System.

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References

  1. Abbott. Data on File.
  2. Sánchez-Quintana D, Cabrera JA, Climent V. Farré J, de Mendonça MC, Yen Ho S. Anatomic Relations Between the Esophagus and Left Atrium and Relevance for Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation. Circulation. 2005; 112; 1400-1405.

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