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Atrial Pacing Lead

An atrial pacing lead placed in the pectinate muscles of the right atrial appendage.

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Pacing Lead

A temporary pacing lead delivery catheter placed on the lateral wall of the right atrium.

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Ablation Catheter

An ablation catheter placed on the septal wall of the right atrium.

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Defibrillation Lead

A defibrillation lead placed in the trabeculae of the right ventricular outflow tract.

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Melody Valve

The MelodyTM Transcatheter Pulmonary Valve can be seen deployed in the poisition of the native pulmonary valve of this human heart. For orientation, the interventricular septum is to the upper left, with the free wall of the RV opposite. A septal papillary muscle of the tricuspid valve can also be seen at the top of the screen.

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Melody Deployment

Melody deployment video (human heart)

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Stentless tissue valve (Freestyle)

A view of a stentless bioprosthetic porcine tissue valve from the Aorta.

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Stentless tissue valve (Freestyle)

A view of a stentless bioprosthetic porcine tissue valve from the Aorta. This view focuses on the left coronary artery Ostium and its interaction with the Valve.

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Stentless tissue valve (Freestyle)

A view of a stentless bioprosthetic porcine tissue valve from the Left Ventricle.

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Tilting disc mechanical valve (Medtronic Hall)

A view if a mechanical Aortic Valve from the Left Ventricle.

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Flexible annuloplasty ring (Duran Ring)

A view of a Mitral Valve Annulous from the Left Atrium.

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Atrial Placement

APPENDAGE
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Active Fixation Lead

The CapSureFix® Novus 5076 positioned in the right atrial appendage. The crista terminalis is the smooth arc in the left and upper left of the screen, the tip of the appendage is to the upper left behind the crista terminalis, and the tricuspid valve is off the screen to the bottom.

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Passive Fixation Lead

The CapSure® Sense 4574 in the tip of the right atrial appendage. The tricuspid valve is directly behind the camera and the septal wall to the left.

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Anatomic View

The tip of the right atrial appendage is in the center, the septal wall to the left, and the tricuspid valve behind the camera.

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HIGH SEPTUM
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Active Fixation Lead

The CapSureFix® Novus 5076 positioned high on the interatrial septum of the right atrium. The lead is entering the right atrium from the superior vena cava cannula in the center of the screen. The right atrial appendage is ot the right and upper right, the coronary sinus ostium off the screen to the left, and the tricuspid valve behind the camera.

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Anatomic View

The interatrial septum from the right atrium is in the center of the screen, the appendage to the right and upper right, and the coronary sinus ostium off the screen to the lower left. The tricuspid valve is directly behind the camera.

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LOW SEPTUM
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Active Fixation Lead

The CapSureFix® Novus 5076 positioned low on the interatrial septum in the right atrium. The coronary sinus ostium is to the upper left, the tricuspid valve to the bottom, and the appendage behind the camera.

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Anatomic View

The low region of the interatrial septum in the right atrium. The tricuspid valve is to the lower right, the coronary sinus ostium to the left, and the superior vena cava off the screen to the top.

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Ventricular Placement

APEX
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Active Fixation Lead

TheCapSureFix® Novus 5076 is advanced into the apex of the right ventricle and the helix extended.

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Passive Fixation Lead

The CapSure® Sense 4074 is advanced into the apex of the right ventricle.

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Passive Fixation Defibrillation Lead

The Sprint Quattro® 6944 in the apex of the right ventricle. The close-up shows the tines embedded in the trabeculations of the right ventricle.

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Active Fixation Defibrillation Lead

The Sprint Quattro Secure® 6947 in the apex of the right ventricle.

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The right ventricular apex viewed from the right ventricular outflow tract. The anterior papillary muscle is in the center and the moderator band is extending to the right of the screen from the base of the anterior papillary muscle.

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HIGH SEPTUM
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The CapSureFix® Novus 5076 positioned high on the interventricular septum in the right ventricular outflow tract. The pulmonary valve is above, the free wall to the right and bottom, and the septum to the left.

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Anatomic View

The right ventricular outflow tract showing the pulmonary valve in the upper right, the free wall in the middle and bottom, and the septum in the upper left of the screen.

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LOW SEPTUM
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Active Fixation Lead

The CapSureFix® Novus 5076 positioned low on the interventricular septum in the right ventricular outflow tract. The septum is to the right, the anterior papillary muscle to the left, and the moderator band running from the septum to the top of the anterior papillary muscle in the center of the screen.

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The right ventricular outflow tract viewed from the pulmonary valve towards the apex. The spetum is on the right and the free wall to the left.

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HIGH FREE WALL
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Active Fixation Lead

The CapSureFix® Novus 5076 embedded in trabeculae on the higher region of the free wall in the right ventricular outflow tract. The septum is to the left and the free wall to the right. The pulmonary valve is off the screen to the top.

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Anatomic View

The right ventricular outflow tract showing the free wall to the right and bottom, the spetum to the top, and the tricuspid valve to the left. The pumonary valve is off the screen to the upper right.

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Active Fixation Lead

The CapSureFix® Novus 5076 positioned low on the free wall of the right ventricle. The free wall is to the bottom and right, the septum to the left, and the moderator band running from the septum towards the camera. Pacing is initiated through this lead approximately 4 seconds into the clip.

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Anatomic View

The right ventricular outflow tract viewed from the pulmonary valve towards the apex. The spetum is on the right and the free wall to the left.

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Education (animations)
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Septal Leaflet

Implantation video of an active fixation defibrillation lead (Sprint Quattro Secure®)

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Stenotic Aortic Valve

LV lead implantation Coronary Sinus cannulation

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Left Ventrical Apex

Implantation video of an active fixation brady lead in the Right Atrial high septum

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Mitral Valve Cusps

Electrical depolarization sequence during normal cardiac rhythm

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Mitral Valve Cusps

Electrical depolarization sequence during Left Bundle Branch Block

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Mitral Valve Cusps

Electrical depolarization sequence with Bi-Ventricular pacing support

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Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial Fibrillation

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Atrial Tachyarrhythmia

Atrial Tachyarrhythmia

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Ventricular Fibrillation

Ventricular Fibrillation

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Ventricular Tachyarrhythmia

Ventricular Tachyarrhythmia

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Normal Heart Beat

Normal heart beat with ECG

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Irregular Heart Beat

Irregular heart beat with ECG and blood flow

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Coordinated Heart Beat

Coordinated heart beat with ECG and blood flow

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3 Lead Implantation

3 lead implantation

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Defibrillation

Defibrillation animation

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Implantation of a 3 lead system

Implantation of a 3 lead system

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Normal Heart Beat

Normal heart beat with ECG and blood flow

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Human Anatomy
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Septal Leaflet

The septal leaflet of the tricuspid valve. Shown is a very fine network of chordae tendons attached to this leaflet..

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Stenotic Aortic Valve

A stenotic aortic valve from the aorta. Deposits can be seen on all three cusps which inhibits normal opening and closing.

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Left Ventrical Apex

Left ventrical apex viewed from the aorta. The septal wall is at the top and the papillary muscles of the Mitral valve are located at the bottom.

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Mitral Valve Cusps

The anterior cusp (right) and the posterior cusp (left) of the mitral valve viewed from the left atrium.

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Porcine Anatomy (swine)
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Right Atrial Appendage

The right atrial appendage viewed from inside the right atrium. Visible are the pectinate muscles of the lateral wall and the appendage.

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Tricuspid Valve

The tricuspid valve viewed from the right atrium. Visible clockwise from the top are the anterior, posterior, and septal cusps.

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Tricuspid Valve

The tricuspid valve viewed from the right ventricle. Visible are the septal (on the right) and anterior (on the left) cusps. Extending from the cusps are webs of cordae tendinae attached to papillary muscles.

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Pulmonary Valve

The pulmonary valve viewed from the inside the right ventricular outflow tract.

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Pulmonary Valve

The pulmonary valve viewed from the pulmonary trunk.

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Left Atrial Appendage

The left atrial appendage viewed from inside the left atrium. Visible are the pectinate muscles of the appendage.

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Mitral Valve

The mitral valve viewed from the left atrium. Visible are the anterior (on the top) and posterior (on the bottom) cusps.

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Anterior Papillary Muscle

The anterior papillary muscle of the mitral valve viewed from inside the left ventricle. Visible are the cordae tendinae extending from the papillary muscle to the anterior and posterior cusps of the mitral valve.

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Coronary Artery Ostia

The left (seen first) and right (seen last) coronary artery ostia viewed from the ascending aorta.

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Aortic Valve

The aortic valve viewed from the ascending aorta.

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Aortic Valve

The aortic valve viewed from inside the left ventricle. Visible clockwise form the upper right are the right, posterior (non-coronary), and left cusps.

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Ventricular Fibrillation

Ventricular fibrillation viewed from inside the right ventricle. Visible are the anterior papillary muscle and chordae tendinae of the tricuspid valve.

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