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Arctic Front Advance™ Cardiac CryoAblation Catheter: Simply Cool
Arctic Front Advance™ Cardiac CryoAblation Catheter is the second generation of the world’s first cryoballoon indicated for the treatment of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation (PAF). Building upon the proven safety and efficacy of the original Arctic Front® Cryoballoon, this technology provides an efficient approach to pulmonary vein isolation (PVI). Arctic Front Advance features the new EvenCool™ Cryo Technology, which optimizes the delivery of coolant inside the balloon. By allowing more flexibility in balloon positioning to ablate the PVs, this new product enhancement is designed to improve physicians’ ability to treat patients with a wide variety of vein anatomies with less effort.
Innovations in 3D Rotational Imaging
This educational video with with Vivek Reddy, MD demonstrates the benefits of Philips advanced technology in the EP lab. Specific attention is devoted to EP navigator and the latest innovation in 3D rotational scanning technology—a reduced angular scanning range.
Initial Experiences with the ThermoCool® SF Catheter Webinar
Please join your colleagues as they share their experiences, clinical considerations, and outcomes while using this new generation of porous-tip irrigated catheters in atrial fibrillation ablation.
Benefits of Advanced Technology in the EP Lab
This recorded case with Rishi Anand, MD highlights the benefits of using Philips advanced technology in the EP lab. Specific attention is devoted to EP navigator with 3DATG (3D rotational scan imaging of the left atrium), overlay of the 3D anatomy on fluoro and export of the 3D anatomy to Biosense Webster’s Carto 3 product.
Hemodynamic Support During Complex VT Ablation: Use of Impella 2.5
Featured presentation with Larry A. Chinitz, MD, Professor of Medicine and Cardiac Electrophysiology, New York University Langone Center.
Maximizing Integration with EP Navigator’s Real-Time 3D Image Acquired in Lab and Biosense Webster’s Carto 3
Specific attention is devoted to the EP navigator 3D ATG’s imaging of the left atrium and the benefits of using technology to assess patient anatomy. The presenters also demonstrate how this image imports and interfaces with Biosense Webster’s Carto 3 product. Also to be discussed: how to acquire the 3D ATG rotational scan, and the practical workflow and benefits of subsequently using these images in Carto 3.
Philips Advanced Tools in Practice — Recorded Live Case with Pierre Jaïs MD in Bordeaux-Pessac, France
This complex atrial fibrillation/flutter case from the Hôpital Cardiologique Haut-Lévêque in Bordeaux-Pessac, France was performed in April 2010. Professor Pierre Jaïs takes the viewer through the clinical history of the patient and the treatment strategy followed in Bordeaux. In 15 minutes, the key moments from the 5.5-hour procedure are highlighted and the treatment progress described.
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