The Acutus Solution.

For decades, physicians have used anatomic-based methods to treat atrial fibrillation with 50/50 success rates.1 But now Acutus offers EPs a better way: visualization of previously unmappable complex arrhythmias (AF, Atypical Flutter) without the confounding effects of far-field signals. This transformational new technology allows doctors to:

Perform CT quality anatomy acquisition in just minutes

View real-time electrical function of the entire cardiac chamber

Locate therapeutic targets with dipole density mapping

Remap the chamber post-ablation to confirm outcomes

Never before have physicians seen such a clear picture of real-time heart function. And with the speed to re-map and validate the heart’s electro-function, EPs can feel even more confident that the treatments they provide their patients with will be successful.

Source: Verma A, Jiang C, Betts T, et al. Approaches to catheter ablation for persistent atrial fibrillation. N Engl J Med. 2015;372:1812-1822.


Interview with Dr. Betts

We spoke with Oxford Heart Centre Cardiologist Dr. Timothy Betts about how Acutus has given him a clear vision for the treatment of AF.


Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford England

Watch an AF procedure by Dr. Betts at the Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford England using the AcQMap System.

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Interview with Dr. Wong

We spoke with Dr. Tom Wong a Consultant Cardiologist from Royal Brompton Hospital


Royal Brompton Hospital, London England

Watch a procedure by Dr. Tom Wong at the Royal Brompton Hospital, London England using the AcQMap System

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Clinical Studies

Utilizing Novel Dipole Density Capabilities to Objectively Visualize the Etiology of Rhythms in Atrial Fibrillation (UNCOVER AFSM) clinical study information coming soon

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Dipole Density Right (and left) Atrial Mapping and Assessment of Therapy in Complex Supraventricular Tachycardia (DDRAMATIC-SVT) clinical study information coming soon

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