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|Paracelsus Medical University Clinical Study on Stereotaxis Technology Benefits Recognized at European Cardiac Arrhythmia Society Congress|
“We utilize the Niobe system daily and trust it implicitly to improve the safety and efficacy of ablation procedures for atrial fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia and other complex cases,” said
The study analyzed data on 169 patients with symptomatic, persistent AF undergoing catheter ablation with the Niobe system, documenting fluoroscopy time for system calibration, transseptal access/catheter positioning and mapping/ablation. Total fluoroscopy time was 5.1±3.8 minutes, compared to an average of 14 to >60 minutes reported for traditional manual ablation procedures, and the effective radiation dose was 0.61±0.9 millisieverts (mSv) compared to the typical mean effective dose of 16.6 mSv reported for manual procedures, representing a 96% reduction.
The Nuremberg hospital, one of the largest in
The core components of Stereotaxis’ systems have received regulatory clearance in
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