Hansen Medical announced it will showcase its Sensei X robotic catheter system at the 17th Annual Boston Atrial Fibrillation Symposium from January 12–14 in Boston, USA.
The Sensei X robotic catheter system is a flexible robotic platform that integrates advanced catheter control with 3D visualisation, designed to provide catheter stability with force sensing, instinctive and precise catheter placement, as well as reduced radiation for both physician and patient. At the conference, physicians will be able to experience the ability to perform true 3D catheter mapping and driving with a functional Sensei X robotic catheter system, fully integrated to a St Jude Medical EnSite 3D mapping system. There will also be two additional Demo Kiosks where physicians can practice catheter mapping and driving in virtual simulation.
“When physicians experience the truly instinctive nature of the 3D catheter control and visualisation offered by the Sensei X robotic catheter system, they will see the great potential of this robotic catheter system in patient care,” said Bruce Barclay, Hansen Medical’s president and CEO. “We continue to see increasing momentum in the adoption of the Sensei X robotic catheter system by a new generation of electrophysiologists, who are embracing new and innovative solutions in order to provide improved care for their patients and to grow their practices.”