EP Mapping/Recording Catheter

The dual-site 7F catheter provides the electrophysiologist with multiple options for the treatment of atrial and ventricular tachyarrhythmias. It allows the physician to position the distal end of the catheter into the coronary sinus (CS) while allowing the proximal electrodes to map the high right atrium (HRA). 
Subclavian access eliminates the need for an additional femoral stick. The 14 platinum electrode spacing helps facilitate assessment of a line of conduction block.
14 Pole EP Catheter
14 Pole EP Catheter
Part #CF-D7-AAA-NSDA (14 Pole Catheter, Cournand Curve)

Diagnostic Features

• Great handling characteristics to reduce procedure time
• Atraumatic catheter introduction and removal
• Maintains catheter integrity for patient safety
• Consistent high fidelity diagnostic electrograms

Unique Features 

• Fourteen (14) large surface area electrodes
• Dual-site configuration, 3 (70) 3 mm spacing
• Mapping of both the CS and HRA with the same catheter
• Quick connect cable

TZ Catheters are Indicated for:

• Mapping, pacing and stimulation of atrial anatomy requiring large surface area electrodes
• Routine diagnostic EP procedures
• Pre-existing or induced atrial flutter and atrial fibrillation
• Clinical settings where arrhythmias are encountered