ACUSON AcuNav Volume ICE Catheter
Changing your view of structural heart procedures
AcuNav Volume ICE Catheter is a therapy-enabling imaging guide that provides real-time, wide-angle visualization of heart anatomy during Structural Heart and Electrophysiology procedures.
Due to tremendous growth of the world population over age 651 the number of structural heart disease (SHD) procedures is rapidly expanding. To serve this population of patients better and faster, advanced imaging tools to increase procedural efficiency are required.
See more than you have ever seen before in ICE imaging3 in real time to accurately navigate, guide and measure with MPR’s. More information in one view.
Joystick allows efficient control of procedures at the table side
AcuNav Volume ICE enables imaging guidance for patients contraindicated for TEE
“In patients with relative or absolute contraindication to TEE, the 4D Volume ICE catheter allows for alternative imaging guidance that was not previously available. This technology enables us to treat such patients and thereby helps to improve their quality of life.”
Associate Clinical Professor
UC Davis Health
AcuNav Volume ICE allows to reliably assess
the PASS criteria during LAAC procedures
“The 4D Volume ICE is a novel alternative imaging modality for LAA occlusion especially in patients unsuitable for transesophageal echo or general anesthesia. It allows clear real-time 3D/4D visualization and placement of left atrial appendage occlusion device. The Multiplanar Reconstruction functionality allows to reliably assess the PASS criteria necessary to safely implant the Watchman device6.”
OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital
2018 World Population Data Sheet
Sugeng L, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2008 Aug 5;52(6):446-9
Compared to ACUSON AcuNav V catheter and other solutions currently available
Intracardiac imaging has fewer obstacles to viewing the tricuspid valve anatomy compared to TEE, data on file
Compared to TEE procedures, data on file
WATCHMAN is a trademark of Boston Scientific Corporation
The product is not commercially available in all countries. Its future availability cannot be guaranteed.