About 3 million Americans have atrial fibrillation – or AF – a condition in which the heart beats too fast. This often causes
a person to feel dizzy and fatigued because not enough oxygen is being delivered to the body.
A revolutionary new 3D heart mapping system by Abbott is the latest breakhtrough to aid in diagnosing irregular

The Abbott EnSite Precision cardiac mapping system allows physicians to visualize and navigate the heart quickly and

John Day, M.D. Medical director Intermountain Heart Rhythm Specialists Salt Lake City, Utah says ”We are seeing more patients with complex arrhythmias, which require an extremely precise map of the heart. But we can’t treat what we aren’t able to see. The new EnSite Precision heart mapping technology allows better 3-D pictures of the arrhythmias in the heart, which improve the accuracy of what we see during the procedure and enable us to more precisely treat the patient.”
The Ensite Precision Cardiac Mapping System is a suggested diagnostic tool in patients for whom electrophysiology studies have been indicated. For prescription use only.
To learn more, talk to your doctor about the benefits and risks of advanced cardiac mapping; go to

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