AtriCure, Inc. provides innovative technologies for the treatment of Atrial Fibrillation (Afib) and related conditions. Afib affects more than 33 million people worldwide. Electrophysiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons around the globe use AtriCure technologies for the treatment of Afib and reduction of Afib related complications. AtriCure’s Isolator® Synergy™ Ablation System is the first and only medical device to receive FDA approval for the treatment of long standing persistent Afib and we have treated over 200,000 patients over the past ten years. Additionally, our AtriClip Left Atrial Appendage (LAA) Exclusion System products are the most widely used LAA management devices worldwide, with more than 130,000 implanted to date. For updates, follow us on Twitter @AtriCure.
As your partner in Afib solutions, we promise:
- To remain passionately focused on reducing the social and economic burden of Afib.
- To invest in clinical science and technology to develop standards of care that support long-term outcomes.
- To deliver consistent, quality products and procedures that can treat even the most complex conditions.
- To listen to our customers and respond with answers that make treatment safer and less complex to encourage adoption by more physicians around the world.
- To advance education among specialists, hospitals and patients as we collaborate to develop consistent, predictable standards of care.
- Our purpose is the advancement of medical treatments in order to provide a service to humanity.
- Our first responsibility is to the patients and customers we serve.
- Our commitment to innovation is relentless.
- Our corporate integrity, honesty, and transparency are unwavering.
- Over 60,000 patients served in 2017
- Products sold in over 80 countries
- 500+ employees worldwide
- Over 130,000 AtriClip devices sold worldwide
- Worldwide headquarters in Mason, Ohio
- Over 100 issued patents (USA)
- Trained over 1,500 healthcare professionals worldwide
- Developed first and only device approved by FDA for surgical treatment of persistent and longstanding persistent Afib