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Visualize Previously Unmappable Complex Arrhythmias

For decades, physicians have used anatomic-based methods to treat atrial fibrillation with 50/50 success rates.1 But now, Acutus Medical offers EPs a better way: visualization of previously unmappable complex arrhythmias (AF, Atypical Flutter)

  • Perform CT-quality anatomy acquisition in < 3 minutes
  • View real-time electrical function of the entire cardiac chamber
  • Locate therapeutic targets with contact density mapping
  • Remap the chamber post-ablation to confirm outcomes

Arrhythmia Library

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 will be successful.

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

  • LA Sinus Rhythm

    Sinus activates left atrium at septum and proceeds anteriorly with delay along base of appendage and mid-septum. Delayed conduction over roof fuses posteriorly with septal activation.

  • Right Atrial Flutter

    Typical, counterclockwise rotation around tricuspid valve and right atrial appendage with delayed conduction at crista terminalis, cavotricuspid isthmus, and mid-septum.

  • Atrial Tachycardia

    Eight successive beats of Atrial Tachycardia shown with delayed activation around mid-anterior wall.

  • Atrial Activation

    Four seconds shown with reentrant and focal activation along with conduction slowing and turning on posterior wall. Both anterior and posterior areas modify as conduction changes direction and rotation.