atrium of the heart


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The device is used to reach the left atrium of the heart, which is difficult to access but where some of the most complex arrhythmias (irregular heartbeats) occur.
The purpose of the study is to determine if an implantable device, smaller than a smart phone, can effectively monitor the pressure in the left atrium of the heart, and manage the patient's medications to reduce episodes of heart failure.
The multi-electrode circular tip catheter was used to diagnose and treat the cardiac tissue responsible for the irregular heart rhythm, which was located in the left atrium of the heart, near the pulmonary veins.
When the BioSTAR[R] device is deployed at the PFO, an umbrella of FortaFlex[R] sits on both the right and left atrium of the heart, effectively closing the hole between the heart chambers.
Atrial Natriuretic Peptide (ANP) is predominantly produced in the atrium of the heart and comprises 98% of the natriuretic peptides in the circulation.
The BioSTAR(R) sits on both the right and left atrium of the heart, effectively closing the hole between the heart chambers.
The unique SoloPath design provides the access insertion of a small catheter that when positioned in the atrium of the heart can be gently expanded to provide a large working lumen to perform therapeutic procedures.
Most importantly, we anticipate that the commercial re-introduction of this catheter, which is used primarily for complex procedures in the left atrium of the heart, will mark a point of inflection in the utilization of our installed base of Niobe(R) systems, resulting in a substantial increase in procedure volume over time and a concomitant acceleration of system sales.
The technology is used to ablate AF by creating long, thin, linear lesions in the atrium of the heart, replicating the curative lines of scar created by the surgical maze procedure.
Atrial Fibrillation is a complex arrhythmia, typically originating in the left atrium of the heart, affecting millions of patients worldwide.