News | October 22, 2008

Stereotaxis’ Odyssey Cinema Enables Remote Viewing, Recording of Live Procedures

October 23, 2008 - Stereotaxis Inc. is now commercially selling its Odyssey Cinema system, a data management solution for remote viewing and recording of live interventional cases.
Introduced at Heart Rhythm 2008, and now available for sale, Odyssey Cinema enables physicians to remotely view real-time high definition images of a procedure. It includes a powerful archiving capability that will allow clinicians to store and replay entire procedures or segments of procedures. Odyssey Cinema also provides physicians with a significant new tool for clinical collaboration, remote consultation, and training through the global Odyssey network.
Andrea Natale,M.D., a leading expert on atrial fibrillation and executive medical director of the Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute at St. David's Medical Center in Austin, recently installed Odyssey in his Niobe lab.
"Odyssey is the most advanced platform of its kind," said Dr. Natale. "It consolidates the several data sources involved in each procedure that would otherwise be stored in different places. For training and consultation, this is unprecedented. I expect it to transform the way our labs operate, and it will improve patient care. I also expect that other centers with which I collaborate will purchase Odyssey to enable real-time exchange of procedure information."
With the availability of Odyssey Cinema, and with interest in the Odyssey system growing beyond the installed base of Niobe Magnetic Navigation Systems, Stereotaxis is expanding its Odyssey sales program to reach a broader range of interventional labs, of which there are believed to be more than 2,000 worldwide
For more information: www.stereotaxis.com

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