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Acutus Medical Technology

 

AcQMap® System

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Mapping Modalities

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Transseptal Access

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  • Image.

    Using ultrasound, doctors can acquire more than 115,000 points every minute. This scan can be performed in minutes and allows for static views of the anatomy.
  • Visualize.

    Real-time charge density mapping of the entire chamber is now possible for the first time. EPs can actually see electrical activation of the entire chamber as it happens – something never before possible.
  • Identify.

    Thanks to our real-time view, doctors are able to identify locations causing the arrhythmia and plan the best course of action.
  • Ablate.

    With a clear view, precise ablation – specific to each patient’s electrical heart function – can occur. No more generalized anatomical ablations that may or may not affect a patient’s arrhythmia.
  • Confirm.

    Thanks to real-time, beat-by-beat updates, physicians can confirm each ablation produced the desired outcome – giving doctors high confidence that the treatment will help their patient.

Leading the Charge in the EP Revolution Clinical Efficacy and Procedural Efficiency


  • AcQMap® High Resolution Imaging + Mapping System

    Clear and consistent ultra high resolution maps for improved diagnosis

    Map any rhythm in < 3 minutes

  • AcQMap® 3D Imaging + Mapping Catheter

    Complete information, better analysis, increased confidence

    Full chamber, real-time, ultra high resolution anatomy reconstruction

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    AcQMap® Patient Electrode Kit

    Precision manufactured for precision orientation

    Engineered specifically for the AcQMap Imaging and Mapping System



Prior to using these devices, please review the Instructions for Use for a complete listing of indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions, potential adverse events, and directions for use.

Map Any Rhythm in < 3 Minutes Unprecedented Speed and Fidelity

Multiple Mapping Modalities

  • Single Position Non-contact Mapping Chaotic rhythms

    Provides high resolution, non-contact, full chamber maps of every beat in stable and unstable rhythm patterns

  • SuperMap™ Stable and slightly variable repetitive rhythms

    Enables mapping of stable, repetitive rhythms with high accuracy in < 3 minutes

  • Contact Mapping Stable, repetitive rhythms

    Multipoint electroanatomic mapping for simple arrhythmias

  • Vein Buildout Tool

    Precisely visualize the PVs

Prior to using these devices, please review the Instructions for Use for a complete listing of indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions, potential adverse events, and directions for use.

No-Stress™ Transseptal Access System Designed for Patient Safety. Crafted for Physician Confidence.


  • AcQCross™ Qx Integrated Transseptal Dilator/Needle

    First transseptal access system approved for Mechanical or RF puncture

  • AcQGuide® FLEX Steerable Introducer

  • AcQGuide® MINI Fixed-Curve Introducer

Prior to using these devices, please review the Instructions for Use for a complete listing of indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions, potential adverse events, and directions for use.

Taking You Precisely Where You Need to Go


  • AcQGuide® MAX Steerable Sheath

    Industry-best steerable sheath deflection

    Enhanced maneuverability

  • AcQRef® Introducer Sheath

    Stable and Reliable Reference

    Unipolar Pacing and Recording for VT Diagnosis

Prior to using these devices, please review the Instructions for Use for a complete listing of indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions, potential adverse events, and directions for use.

Revolution, not Evolution

  • What is Charge Density Mapping?

    The ability to view a clear picture of the heart’s electrical activity in real-time is the distinguishing characteristic of the AcQMap System. With other systems, only voltage readings have been used, resulting in a broad, blended view of cardiac activity.

    The AcQMap System minimizes the broad field effect of voltage with multiple points-of-view and proprietary algorithms to calculate charge density. Electrical activation is displayed as a charge density map on a 3D ultrasound-reconstructed surface anatomy. By displaying only the charge density readings without the surrounding sources, the field of view becomes sharper and narrower.