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Designed to be Simple, Powerful, and Actionable

To safely and effectively treat an arrhythmia, physicians benefit from understanding and localizing its source.Vektor Medical, Inc. has developed a non-invasive arrhythmia mapping technology, called vMap™, which uses advanced computational modeling and the patient’s electrocardiogram.

In a matter of minutes, vMap™ is designed to provide 2D and 3D information that the physician can consider, evaluate, and potentially use for treatment.

How Vektor’s
Technology Works
There are four main steps, designed specifically for the clinical workflow.

Step One:

Collect a standard 12-lead ECG of the patient’s arrhythmia episode.
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Step Two:

Analyze the ECG in the Vektor system by selecting the sections of the ECG with the arrhythmia.

Step Three:

Visualize results from patient’s ECG.
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Step Four:

vMap’s™ output informs clinical management by providing the physician with additional information for evaluation and potential treatment.

“Our technology is designed to be non-invasive, rapid, and optimized for the clinical workflow. I believe that the combination of these attributes will be an important and a unique contribution to the care for patients suffering from cardiac arrhythmias.”
— CEO Mike Monko

vMap™ is covered by one or more US Patents: 10,319,144; 10,556,113; 10,595,736; 10,617,314; 10,709,347; 10,713,791; 10,856,816; 10,860,754. Additional US and international patents pending.