Johnson and johnsons’ Biosense Webster officially launches their updated CARTO™ 3 electro-anatomical mapping system

Biosense Webster announces the launch of CARTO 3 System Version 8, the latest version of Johnson and johnsons leading three-dimension heart mapping system used in cardiac ablation procedures. The software features new modules including the CARTO ELEVATE™ Module and CARTOSOUND™ FAM Module, designed for efficiency, reproducibility, and accuracy for electrophysiologists performing catheter ablation procedures to treat patients with atrial fibrillation and other arrhythmias.

“We are pleased to announce this new version of our CARTO 3 System, which reflects our continued focus on harnessing the latest science and technology to advance tools for electrophysiologists to treat cardiac arrhythmias,” said Jasmina Brooks, President, Biosense Webster, Inc. “The CARTO 3 System has been the cornerstone of catheter ablation procedures for more than a decade, helping electrophysiologists make treatment decisions. This new version advances the CARTO 3 mapping and ablation experience through enhanced signal analysis, improved substrate characterization, and utilization of ultrasound technology.”

CARTO 3 System modules include:

CARTO ELEVATE™: incorporates several new features designed to meet electrophysiologists’ needs:

  • Multipolar with the OPTRELL™ Mapping Catheter for localized unipolar signals to significantly reduce far field potentials and provide a more accurate activation map;
  • Complex signals identification for efficient and reproducible identification of critical areas of interest when diagnosing the arrhythmia;
  • Pattern acquisition to automatically track arrhythmia burden pre- and post-ablation, enabling a more informed decision of the relevant premature activation map; and
  • Enhanced CONFIDENSE™ Module to create optimized maps with higher overall Smart Index scores, ensuring maps are continuously improved.iii

“CARTO 3 System Version 8 incorporates a novel component, the CARTOSOUND™ FAM Module, which, for the first time, utilizes artificial intelligence to reconstruct the left atrial anatomy, streamlining the process for electrophysiologists,” said Luigi Di Biase, M.D., PhD, FACC, FHRS, FESC, System Director Electrophysiology at Montefiore-Einstein Health System and Professor of Medicine , Albert Einstein College of Medicine. “By eliminating the need for manual contouring, the new system represents a new approach to anatomy creation, improving the efficiency of the procedure workflow.”

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