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DECANAV® Mapping Catheter
The DECANAV® Mapping Catheter is a high-performance diagnostic catheter designed for multi-electrode mapping of the intricate left ventricle and the right atrium. Its familiar shape is slim-fitting and handles easily, so you can FAM and MEM* with confidence.
Features & Benefits
Multi-electrode mapping of intricate heart structures
Extends access throughout confined spaces and helps facilitate high-resolution outflow tract and subtrate mapping. Tip electrode supports mapping of difficult-to-reach areas.
High Resolution Mapping
When used with our CARTO® 3 MEM Module it allows you to sample multiple points of cardiac mapping data simultaneously for reduced procedure and fluoroscopy time. MEM technology also provides high resolution maps with fewer maneuvers required to reposition catheters.
*Fast Anatomical Mapping and Multi-Electrode Mapping are available on the CARTO® 3 System with CARTO® MEM Version or CONFIDENSE Module using MEM-enabled catheter."
Always verify catheter tip location using fluoroscopy or IC signals and consult the CARTO® 3 System User Guide regarding recommendations for fluoroscopy use.
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Last Updated on 6/29/2020
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