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Discussing the value of inHEART models to optimize ventricular tachycardia (VT) ablation strategies
With Aneesh Tolat, MD, FACC, FHRS, Cardiac Electrophysiologist and Director of VT Ablation at Hartford Healthcare in Hartford, CT and David Frankel, MD, FHRS, Associate Professor of Medicine and EP Fellowship Director at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA
Unprecedented anatomical details of tissue and structural characteristics from digitally rendered 3D cardiac models built with inHEART’s proprietary segmentation algorithm that analyzes CT and MR images
Understand each patient’s unique anatomy before the procedure begins, so physicians can focus on procedural therapy, not planning, in the labLearn more
Seamless integration into electroanatomic mapping system (EAM) systems for use during the procedure. Compatible with all major EAM systems
The additional information provided by the inHEART solution has already been instrumental in determining treatment strategies for some of our most challenging VT cases and we look forward to the findings of the inEurHEART study to further inform the future of image-guided therapy.
The detailed substrate information in the 3D models allows us to pinpoint with accuracy and precision the arrhythmogenic areas in the scar tissue and target our ablation strategy accordingly. This information is invaluable for simplifying and enhancing our approach to VT ablation therapy.
October 10, 2023
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May 18, 2023
inHEART announced today that it has received CE certification under the new European Medical Device Regulation (MDR 2017/745) for its inHEART MODELS software suite that enables 3D visualization and analysis of anatomical structures for image-guided cardiac ablations.