ABOUT

CARDIOSOLV™:  A NEW PARADIGM FOR VT ABLATION

VT associated with myocardial infarction is a life threatening arrhythmia that poses a challenging clinical problem.

CURRENT METHODS

Success of current VT ablation methods is modest:

-Requires extensive time-consuming point    by-point sampling of voltage

-Ambiguity in correlating voltage maps          with anatomy

-Patients' hemodynamic instability during    VT makes accurate mapping difficult



-Complex 3D nature of reentrant circuits    prevents correct identification of the  optimal sites of ablation

-Incomplete understanding of the role of  infarct morphology in monomorphic VT

CARDIOSOLV™

CardioSolv™ uses proprietary software and algorithms to:



-Reconstruct heart and infarct morphology  using pre-operative imaging

-Conduct an analysis of VT circuits and    filaments and predict locations and extent  of ablation targets

-Register model geometry and predicted    ablation target with the image of the heart

-Use CardioSolv's patient-specific model to    guide VT ablation therapy

VT ABLATION SUCCESS

CardioSolv™ seeks to: 

-Improve outcomes of patients who    undergo VT ablation procedures

-Reduce procedure time and cost

IMPROVED OUTCOMES + REDUCED PROCEDURE TIMES