A new era in electrophysiology

Electromagnetic sensors open up a new world in EP

Efficacy & efficiency

  • Accurate 3D localization


  • Lowers dependency on highly qualified support staff

  • Alleviates the need for complex, expensive EP navigation systems

  • Supports multiple pre-acquired image modalities

User friendly

  • Intuitive product design

  • Patient-specific pre-planning and simulation

  • Complete mission control center

Our solution addresses the key limitations of the technology currently used in cardiac arrhythmia ablation

Namely the lack of real-time lesion assessment. EPD is harnessing its novel electromagnetic sensors platform, aiming to improve cardiac arrhythmia ablation efficacy and efficiency.

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The processing unit handles electromagnetic signals received from the D700, combined with additional spatial information, to provide actionable real-time data to the operator via the D700-WS workstation, including:

  • Permanency, transmurality and continuity of ablation lesions

  • Ablation lesion depth as predicted for a specific site

  • Contact quality of the catheter tip with the myocardium

  • Accurate 3D localization of EP catheters

The EPD Navigation Box

performs real-time proprietary, personalized, electromagnetic catheter localization that provides higher spatial accuracy than that offered by commercially available impedance-based location systems and enables full execution of the individualized therapeutic plan.


Our powerful workstation displays real-time information acquired from the D700 electromagnetic sensor during the ablation procedure, enabling accurate monitoring of every step of the treatment:

  • High accuracy navigation

  • Real time monitoring of ablation treatment.

An intuitive and user-friendly design means that electrophysiologists are able to take full advantage of EPD technology after brief training.

Our workstation also allows operators to plan and simulate catheter ablation procedures. By analyzing pre-acquired images from different modalities (e.g. CT, MR, SPECT/PET and ultrasound), the D700-WS assesses functions including perfusion, metabolism, scarring and autonomic innervation. Based on this information, the workstation highlights specific treatment targets, allowing patient-specific ablation pre-planning and simulations.

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