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Chilli II Cooled Ablation Catheters

ProductsChilli II Cooled Ablation Catheters
Company Boston Scientific Corporation
Item Chilli II Cooled Ablation Catheters
Features 
  • Patented Closed-loop Cooling System Reduces potential for fluid overload
  • Designed to ensure even cooling with symmetric lumen design
  • No waiting between ablations; no need to change bags or flow rates
  • Over 20,000 original Chilli Catheters used clinically
  • Reduces coagulum formation
  • High-resolution electrograms
  • 4mm tip ideal for tight crevices
  • Physician controls creation of standard or large lesions
  • Chilli II Catheter + Less than 20W = Standard Lesions
  • Chilli II Catheter + Greater than 20W = Large Lesions
  • Familiar handle for comfortable, one-hand operation
  • Accurate tip placement through bi-directional steering
  • Predictable control for consistent performance
Description Boston Scientific Corporation announced the launch of the Chilli II(TM) Cooled Ablation Catheter -- the first bi-directional cooled-tip catheter available in the United States. The Chilli II catheter offers physicians the benefits of cooled ablation technology coupled with the proven performance of the Boston Scientific Blazer(R) catheter platform.

Cooled cardiac ablation is a recent advancement in the treatment of ventricular tachycardia (VT) using radio frequency (RF) energy. VT is a serious cardiac arrhythmia characterized by heart rates above 100 beats per minute. The Boston Scientific Chilli II Cooled Ablation System features a patented, closed-loop cooling system designed to reduce complications often encountered in standard ablation procedures for the treatment of VT. Consistent, continuous fluid circulation cools the catheter tip, reducing coagulum formation and allowing deeper lesions to be created. The closed-loop design of the system eliminates the need to add fluid and monitor flow rates during the procedure, reducing the potential for fluid overload.

Info Boston Scientific Corporation
Customer Service: (888) 272-1001
Web site: http://www.bostonscientific.com

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