When you’re still hearing from a happy patient years later, you know you’ve had an impact. The ability to truly help and sometimes even cure problems for patients is what Dr. Raffaele Corbisiero says he is most grateful for in his 30+-year profession, and with Stereotaxis technology he has found great satisfaction.
“Our center did a news feature on a woman who suffered with atrial fibrillationfor years and was cured through an ablation procedure with the Stereotaxis Niobe system,” he says. “That was four years ago. She continues to call and thank us today.”
The cardiologists with Deborah Heart and Lung Center in Browns Mills, New Jersey were looking for a safer, less invasive and more accurate approach to complex ablations when the Niobe remote magnetic navigation system was implemented in 2008, and they have found exactly that, according to Dr. Corbisiero. The Center, recognized throughout the Delaware Valley region for its superior cardiac, pulmonary and vascular care, considers the Niobe system one of the most sophisticated electrophysiology navigation systems in use today.
Thank you to Dr. Corbisiero and his colleagues for dedicating their lives to improving others’!