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Electrodes, Intracardiac, Conduction Study

Definition : Intracardiac catheters designed to measure the electrical activity of the heart. These devices are usually very small electrodes capable of detecting weak bioelectrical signals; they are typically located at or near the tip of electrophysiology cardiac catheters. Conductivity study (i.e., electrophysiology) intracardiac electrodes are used in studies intended to evaluate symptoms (e.g., complex arrhythmias), assess risks, and design treatments for cardiac diseases.

Entry Terms : "Catheters, Electrode"

UMDC code : -26830

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Boston Scientific Corp

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In 1969, fascinated by the possibility of bringing pioneering medical devices and treatments to patients across the world, John Abele joined Medi-Tech, a company that was developing alternatives to traditional surgery. Pete Nicholas was looking for an investment, and when he met John, the pieces came together.

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