Stereotaxis technology offers an innovative and economical option for the treatment of complex arrhythmias with an unparalleled safety profile for both patients and healthcare providers.

The Stereotaxis remote magnetic navigation system has been designed to enhance patient care in interventional medicine. The system utilizes two permanent magnets mounted on pivoting arms that are enclosed within a stationary housing, with one magnet on either side of the patient table. By magnetically controlling the working tip of the interventional device, the physician maintains the same degree of control regardless of number of turns or distance traveled.This provides the ability to safely access anatomic areas unreachable by other approaches.

Advantages of the system include more precise control of diagnostic and therapeutic devices, reduction in x-ray exposure to physicians, staff and patients, soft and consistent tissue contact along with efficient and successful procedures due to computer control and digital automations. The Niobe® magnetic navigation system provides the physician with remote instrument control by simply moving a computer mouse from a room adjacent to the patient but outside the x-ray fluoroscopy field.


Odyssey Vision™ System

An EP lab houses various systems, often sourced from multiple vendors. As a result, clinical data exists in silos, is often lost and inaccessible, and case reviews lack full procedure content. This Odyssey lab solution aggregates and integrates a vast number of clinical lab information into one large screen and a single mouse and keyboard control. This allows the physicians to focus on a consolidated view of the most relevant information during each step of the procedure and maximize procedure efficiency.

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