Genesis is a leap forward in Robotic Magnetic Navigation technology and represents the future of robotics in electrophysiology. We have completely redesigned the magnets and the way they are manipulated, providing patients, physicians and hospitals with the differentiated benefits of Niobe in an architecture that is smaller, lighter, faster, and more flexible.
The Genesis RMN System utilizes smaller magnets that rotate along their center of mass. This allows for unprecedented responsiveness to physician control. Across a broad range of navigational routines, the Genesis System is 70% to 80% faster than Niobe.1
The entire System is significantly smaller and designed to improve the patient experience while on the operating table, provide physicians and nurses with greater access to the patient during the procedure, and increase space in the labs for an enhanced work environment.
The magnets are held on flexible and rugged robotic arms, greatly increasing the potential range of motion of the System. This allows for wider x-ray angulation and serves as a platform for future innovation.
Across all aspects of the System we have incorporated modern technology to support our overarching effort of improving performance, reliability and size.
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Stereotaxis Imaging Model S is an advanced x-ray system specifically designed for electrophysiology, tightly integrated with the Genesis Robotic Magnetic Navigation System and compatible with Niobe. Stereotaxis Imaging incorporates modern flat panel detector technology to support radiation reduction and clear image quality. It includes a broad range of features, including beam collimation, adjustable frame rates, variable SID and more to further support radiation reduction and clear image quality.
Stereotaxis Imaging is offered in combination with RMN to reduce the cost of acquisition, the ongoing cost of ownership, and the complexity of installation of a robotics electrophysiology practice. With a single source for all services – architectural planning, installation, and ongoing servicing and maintenance of the technology – we can offer hospitals and physicians a more efficient, pleasant and cost-effective solution.
Electrophysiology (EP) labs are inundated with many different systems which must be accessed separately. This often leads to increased setup time and missed clinical events that can add minutes or hours to procedures. Hospitals and physicians can often be challenged to find ways to instantly access clinical information, promote clinical consultation, as well as training. The Odyssey Solution includes an array of technologies that empowers hospitals to drive world-class EP programs.
An EP lab houses various systems, often sourced from multiple vendors. As a result, clinical data exists in silos, is often lost and inaccessible, and case reviews lack full procedure content. The Odyssey Solution aggregates and integrates a vast number of clinical lab information into one large screen and a single mouse and keyboard control. This allows the physicians to focus on a consolidated view of the most relevant information during each step of the procedure and maximize procedure efficiency.
The Vdrive Robotic Navigation System with Niobe ES magnetic navigation system provides breakthrough navigation and stability for diagnostic and ablation devices designed with key features to assist in the delivery of better ablations.
- Provides remote, robotic control of diagnostic devices
- Provides precise movement of devices
- Maintains stability of devices
- Reduced need to re-scrub for positioning
- Reduced need for dedicated diagnostic catheter operator
- Potential for reduced radiation exposure to the physician, staff and patients
- Patient table controller enables robotic control from the bedside to facilitate diagnostic catheter movements
Provides control of Biosense Webster SoundStar™ or Siemens AcuNav™ ICE catheters
Provides control of Biosense Webster LASSO™ 2515 circular mapping catheters and LASSO™ 2515 NAV catheters
Controls both the magnetic catheter body and a standard fixed-curve sheath
The Stereotaxis Niobe® Robotic Magnetic Navigation System consists of two robotically-controlled magnets next to the table. During a procedure a physician uses an intuitive computer interface to adjust the magnetic field around the patient. This allows a physician to precisely direct and steer a catheter that has a magnet embedded in its tip.
Benefits of Robotic Magnetic Navigation include: