Now you can see more of what you want, when you want. The next generation of visualization puts you in command.
The next generation of interventional imaging for structural heart procedures gives you greater command over visualization and outcomes5
When you’re in command, interventions have more consistent and positive outcomes. TEE and 2D ICE aren’t enough. You need tools that:
- Reduce variables and complications by enabling conscious sedation compared to general anesthesia
- Allow for greater autonomy
- Provide more command over visualization
See the tricuspid valve anatomy from atrial and ventricular perspective with one catheter position
Providing more procedural command with greater visualization of the heart, for greater accuracy⁶ and efficiency.⁷
Review recent articles that have been published about the ACUSON AcuNav Volume ICE catheter to learn more about its benefits during various structural heart disease procedures.
“In patients with relative or absolute contraindication to TEE, the 4D Volume ICE catheter allows for alternative imaging guidance that was not previously available. Availability of this catheter allows us to help treat such patients, and thereby help improve their quality of life.”
Dr. Gagan Singh
Associate Clinical Professor, UC Davis Health
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J Geriatr Cardiol. 2016 Dec; 13(12): 941–944
Methodist Debakey Cardiovasc J. 2017 Jul-Sep; 13(3): 96–97
CDC AF Fact Sheet
Compared with TEE and 2D ICE
Compared with 2D ICE.
Compared with TEE
Accurate compared to 2D ICE where you can ensure that you are measuring in the orthogonal plane with reference plane manipulation compared to 2D ICE and catheter manipulation