Ablation electrodes

Electrodes are used to recables intracardiac potentials, map the electrical conduction of individual heart cavities, temporarily stimulate the mapped area of the heart, and deliver “RF” current to the myocardium tissue, i.e., ablation of the arrhythmia substrate of the heart. Electrodes are sterile, disposable medical devices. Electrodes are visible in X-ray imaging and are fully biocompatible.

Thanks to the use of REDEL type connectors and dedicated HAGMED electrophysiological electrode extension cables, electrodes are compatible with most of currently used ablators, electrophysiological systems and external pacemakers.

Electrodes are characterized by safe and easy insertion and positioning in cavities of the heart. They enable precise mapping of electrical conduction of individual cavities of the heart. Shape of distal parts of electrodes are precisely controllable. Electrodes are characterized by high ergonomics of their control handle and a distal end shape self-lock feature.

Electrodes ensure safe and stable transfer of electric charges/potentials between the heart and electrophysiological medical devices, and safe and stable transfer of “RF” radio frequency current from the ablator to the myocardium tissue. When the radio frequency “RF” current is applied to the myocardium, the operating temperature of the ablation electrode head is controlled by the electrical system of a thermocouple located in the electrode ablation head.