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vMap harnesses the power of non-invasive data to simplify cardiac mapping. ​

Combining proprietary computational modeling and 12-lead ECG data, vMap enables mapping of stable and unstable rhythms to assist the physician in improving cardiac arrhythmia care.​​

Smart. Impactful. Efficient.​

Non-invasive, four chamber mapping in under three minutes.*

Maps focal and fibrillation arrhythmias and atrial and ventricular pacing​
Advanced, proprietary algorithm generates beat-by-beat 2D & 3D cardiac maps​
< 3 minutes to complete five step work-flow​​
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See The Power Of vMap For Yourself.​​​​​

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How vMap® Works

There are five main steps, designed specifically for the clinical workflow.

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Step one
Enter Case Info
Provide case information about the attending physician, the patient, and the patient’s disease characteristics.
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Step two
Upload ECG Data
Upload arrhythmia episodes captured on a standard 12-lead ECG via a USB flash drive.
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Step three
Mark up ECG Data
Mark the sections of ECGs to analyze for mapping.
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Step Four
Activate Mapping
Enable mapping capabilities for the current case, up to 10 hours. Required only for the first Map action of a case.
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Step Five
Visualize Results
Evaluate heatmaps overlaid on a realistic 3D model of the heart. Study arrhythmia stability characteristics with the Mosaic.

Created by physicians, for physicians.​

​Enhances and significantly improves the efficiency of
electro-anatomical mapping
and catheter ablations  ​​

FDA-cleared ​for nine arrhythmia and pacing types ​​

Designed for use before, during, and after an ablation procedure  ​​

vMap® is covered by one or more US Patents: 10,319,144; 10,595,736; 10,617,314; 10,709,347; 10,856,816; 11,013,471; 11,189,092; 11,259,756; 11,344,263; 11,490,854 and 11,380,055. Additional US and international patents pending.

REFERENCES:​ *Data on file​