News | December 18, 2014

Topera Receives Most Innovative New Product Award for 3-D Arrythmia Mapping System

Product designed to improve patient outcomes by enabling electrophysiologists to view dynamic representation of the electrical activity of the heart

EP Lab, Atrial Fibrilation, RhythmView 3-D Mapping System, MIP Award

Image courtesy of Topera

December 18, 2014 — Topera, Inc. announced that its RhythmView 3-D Mapping System received the Most Innovative New Product (MIP) Award at the 2014 CONNECT MIP Awards.

Topera’s RhythmView 3-D Mapping System received San Diego’s most prestigious honor for technology and life sciences innovation in the Pharmaceutical Drugs and Medical Devices category, based on its innovative electrophysiology platform to improve the diagnosis and treatment of complex cardiac arrhythmias including atrial fibrillation, the most common heart rhythm disorder in the world, afflicting 8 million people in the United States and Europe alone.

Topera’s 3-D analysis and mapping system assists electrophysiologists in the identification of the electrical source of complex cardiac arrhythmias. With the Topera 3-D Mapping System patient outcomes can be potentially improved by enabling electrophysiologists to view a dynamic representation of the electrical activity of the heart, supporting the diagnosis of the arrhythmia source and treatment planning for a variety of heart rhythm disorders including atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, atrial tachycardia and ventricular tachycardia.

For a complete list of winners: wwww.connect.org

For more information: www.toperamedical.com

 

 

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