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|Erasmus Medical Center Study Highlights Advantages of Stereotaxis Platform Compared to State-of-the-Art Manual Techniques in VT|
"There is a persistent demand in the electrophysiology field for innovative technologies that reduce complications and improve success rates," said
A total of 239 patients who underwent VT ablation with CF catheters, other manual catheters or the Stereotaxis Niobe® remote magnetic navigation system were included in this single-center, cohort study from
"Our findings support the benefits of the Niobe system's maneuverability in difficult to reach anatomical areas and improved catheter stability to produce better long-term outcomes in complex ablation cases," concluded Dr. Szili-Torok.
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