ACT’s TEMPASURE cardiac ablation catheter receives CE Mark Advanced Cardiac Therapeutics, Inc. The TEMPASURE system may be the world’s 1st RF cardiac ablation catheter to provide both saline irrigation and temperature-sensing technology. The system’s novel passive sensing microwave radiometry technology allows the electrophysiologist to gauge the heat of cardiac tissue through the ablation procedure, providing real-time information that enables proper energy lesion and delivery control vardenafil . This technology is made to allow, for the first time, safe and effective automatic RF power titration or ‘Temperature Setting’ irrigated ablation. Related StoriesMedtronic unveils next-generation version of superDimension lung navigation program softwareMycobacterium could be more effective in dealing with superficial bladder cancer, research findsUAB performs life-conserving TAVR treatment on Selma resident’We have become pleased that the TEMPASURE temperature-sensing ablation catheter is currently cleared for use in countries that understand CE Mark,’ said Peter van der Sluis, the business’s CEO.
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