About Cardiac Mapping Cardiac Arrhythmia
The CardioInsight™ Noninvasive 3D Mapping System offers a new, non-invasive approach to capture a detailed, 3-D map of a cardiac arrhythmia. Before CardioInsight, heart rhythm information was collected by a noninvasive surface electrocardiogram (EKG) or by an invasive catheter mapping procedure.
To collect heart rhythm information via an EKG, sensors are placed on your chest where they record your heart's electrical activity. While helpful, this method does not provide much detail about the specific location of the rhythm disorder.1
This method gives a highly detailed map of the location of the rhythm disorder but requires you to undergo a heart catheterization procedure under light sedation. During the procedure, a small incision is made in your groin area, and a catheter is advanced through a blood vessel to your heart.2
NOTE: Not all cardiac arrhythmia conditions can be identified by your physician using the maps created by the CardioInsight Noninvasive 3D Mapping System.
4. Once your heart maps are generated by the system, your physician will analyze the maps.
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