“One of my guiding principles has been to treat every patient as I would my own family member,” says Dr. Darren Peress from Tucson Medical Center in Arizona. “With Stereotaxis technology, I have the confidence that I’m providing the safest, most advanced therapy for complex arrhythmias.”
Performing his first procedures with the Niobe system in 2009, Dr. Peress became the third physician in the U.S. to surpass 1,000 procedures on the system seven years later, helping to build one of the largest cardiac ablation programs in the region. In 2015, Tucson was the first Stereotaxis site to utilize the V-Loop system in the U.S. Over the years, Dr. Peress has become a key opinion leader and educator on robotic ablation.
“It’s great, easy, it works, and I don’t think there are any PVCs or left atrial flutters that we can’t ablate with Stereotaxis technology,” he says.