Electrophysiology

EP Navigator

Making the difference with Live Image Guidance

EP navigator facilitates intuitive 3D catheter image guidance during AF ablation procedures. It provides a detailed 3D image of anatomy, which can be precisely registered with overlaid onto 2D live fluoroscopy to support complex procedures.

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Features
Automatic segmentation 1
Automatic segmentation

Automatic segmentation

The 3D volume is automatically segmented to show the left atrium and pulmonary veins. During segmentation, you can measure the pulmonary veins (PV) and left atrium dimensions (LA).
Export to mapping
Export to mapping

Export to mapping

EP navigator precisely registers the 3D volume with the live 2D fluoroscopy images. The segmented volume can also be exported to standard mapping systems to manage dose, mapping time, and the need to re-registerdata.
View different anatomical planes
View different anatomical planes

View different anatomical planes

During Live Image Guidance, you can view the rotational scan by different anatomical planes to get an immediate reference point. The 3D volume can also be displayed with an outline around critical structures to support decision making.
EP Navigator
EP navigator and reduced 3D rotational scan

EP navigator and reduced 3D rotational scan

EP navigator offers the option of reduced angular 3D rotational scanning on the Allura X-ray system. You can create an excellent 3D image of cardiac structures at the precise time of the procedure* to plan the optimal therapeutic approach.
Point Tagging
Point Tagging

Point Tagging

In combination with the 3D overlay functionality, EP navigator offers Point Tagging to mark ablation points. The point tagging functionality can be used in combination with all catheters.
EndoView
EndoView

EndoView

EndoView allows the electrophysiologist to look inside the 3D structures to view the posterior side of the atrial wall, as well as the ostia of the pulmonary veins, the ridge, and other cardiac features.