VIVO™ – View Into Ventricular Onset
Pre-procedure Arrhythmia Localization
Conventional invasive mapping is both time-consuming for localization and often unsuccessful. VIVO is a non-invasive 3D imaging system that enables physicians to identify the origin of arrhythmias pre-procedure, streamlining workflow and reducing overall procedure time.2
2In clinical studies VIVO has shown a reduction in mapping time up to 30%.
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How Does It Work?
VIVO uses standard clinical inputs and proprietary algorithms to create patient-specific anatomy and provide a 3D image of the heart with a superimposed activation map, accurately identifying the earliest onset of the arrhythmia.
3In clinical trials, VIVO was shown to be 100% (95% CI: 93.6%, 100%) accurate in identifying a PVC or VT foci in the right, left, or septal region of the heart.
A CT or MRI is used to create a patient specific model of the heart and torso
The VIVO 3D camera is used to identify the exact placement of the 12 lead ECG electrodes on the patient’s torso
A standard 12 lead ECG recording is uploaded into VIVO and the arrhythmia is identified and selected
The outputs of steps 1-3 are combined and analysed using proprietary algorithms to determine the origin of the arrythmia. The origin is displayed on the patient specific model in red.
Indications For Use
VIVO is intended for acquisition, analysis, display and storage of cardiac electrophysiological data and maps for analysis by a physician.
VIVO is intended to be used as a pre-procedure planning tool for patients with structurally normal hearts undergoing ablation treatment for idiopathic ventricular arrhythmias.