EPi-Sense Coagulation Device
The EPi-Sense Guided Coagulation Device provides first-of-its kind epicardial sensing electrodes designed to allow both EPs and Cardiothoracic Surgeons to sense and record cardiac signals.
The EPi-Sense Guided Coagulation System is intended for the coagulation of cardiac tissue using Radiofrequency (RF) energy using thoracoscopic, endoscopic, and laparoscopic surgical techniques and may be used for temporary cardiac signal sensing and recording.
How EPi-Sense Works
Consistent Tissue Contact = Consistent Energy Transmission = Complete Lesions
CDP-4330 Epi-Sense Guided Device Kit includes :
- 3cm EPi-Sense 3 cm coagulation device
- Cannula with guide, 30 cm
- RF Coagulation Cable kit
- Ground pad
The Cannula allows the surgeon to access the atria through a one inch incision in the abdomen. Through the Cannula, an endoscope and the coagulation device are introduced into the pericardial space enabling access to the posterior surface of the heart for coagulating epicardial cardiac tissue.
The Cannula with guidewire is indicated for use in laparoscopic or general surgery to provide access for operative and diagnostic instrumentation in body cavity spaces.
The Model CSK-320/CS-3000 RF Generator Unit is an electrosurgical generator that transmits Radiofrequency (RF) current at a frequency of 480 kHz. The generator transmits up to 100 watts (W) of Power (+/- 20%), depending on the coagulation device connected. While the RF Energy is delivered, power, impedance, and time are continually measured and updated on the generator display.