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St Jude Medical launches EnSite Precision cardiac mapping system in Europe

10th October 2016

St Jude Medical has announced the full European market release of its EnSite Precision cardiac mapping system and new Sensor Enabled tools.

The system provides detailed anatomical models and maps to enable the diagnosis of a wide range of arrhythmias and guide therapy. It combines magnetic and impedance technologies to provide intuitive automation, expanded procedural options, tailored care and superior flexibility.

Earning European CE Mark approval in January 2016, the platform has already been installed and activated in more than 100 sites across Europe, and has been used to support over 5,000 ablation cases to date.

With the help of the Sensor Enabled toolset, doctors can customise procedures to address the circumstances of each case, while real-time catheter navigation is possible with minimal fluoroscopy.

Dr Mark Carlson, chief medical officer and vice-president of medical affairs at St Jude Medical, said: "We collaborated with leading electrophysiologists to develop a cardiac mapping system that provides the automation, flexibility and precision needed during today's ablation procedures."

The system is also available in several other markets, including Hong Kong and Singapore. St Jude Medical is currently seeking US regulatory approval of the platform.

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