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Electrophysiology

This innovative diagnostic procedure represents the world's new standard of care in cardiovascular disease diagnosis and treatment. Twin computer-controlled magnets, weighing more than two tons each, are moved into position in order to create a magnetic field within the lab. Once in place, cardiologists use the system's computerized "joystick" device to reach areas in the heart that are simply impossible to reach with conventional procedures. Reaching these areas in the cath lab setting will reduce the number of patients having to undergo more invasive procedures. This state-of-the-art equipment currently has two uses: coronary intervention applications which assist with structural problems of the heart such as blocked arteries and electrophysiology applications which precisely identify and isolate problems with the heart's rhythms.