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Faster, better diagnosis for patients with heart rhythm disorders

... high school teacher. "It was really affecting my quality of life." The carto 3 system, currently under review by Health Canada, is a sophisticated elect... the abnormal heart rhythm. "Visualizing the catheters in the heart with carto 3 is a tremendous advancement that will be particularly helpful in treating...
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Stockert 70 RF Generator

Description:... The Stockert 70 RF Generator introduces maximum control to the EP lab every day, in every ablation procedure. Combined, the Stockert 70 and the carto EP Navigation System with NAVI-STAR Diagnostic/Temperature Ablation Catheter provide clinicians with a complete 3-D navigation and ablation therapy sy...
Company:Biosense Webster, a Johnson & Johnson Company

Webster Ref-Star with QwikPatch

Description:... The NAVI-STAR catheter is specifically designed for use with our carto EP Navigation system. Our precision EP deflectable NAVI-STAR catheter houses a Biosense Webster sensor at the distal tip to indicate, in real time, ex...
Company:Biosense Webster, a Johnson & Johnson Company

Webster Navi-Star Navigation Catheter

Description:... The NAVI-STAR catheter is specifically designed for use with our carto EP Navigation system. Our precision EP deflectable NAVI-STAR catheter houses a Biosense Webster sensor at the distal tip to indicate, in real time, ex...
Company:Biosense Webster, a Johnson & Johnson Company

Carto XP Electroanatomical Mapping System

Description:... The carto XP Electroanatomical Mapping System combines the legendary accuracy of the carto System with the operating ease of Windows* softwar...ou into the future of EP. The intended use of the carto XP System is catheter-based cardiac electrophysiol...
Company:Biosense Webster, a Johnson & Johnson Company
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