This article was originally published in Start Up
Check off electromagnetism as another in a long line of technologies used extensively by the defense industry that has now found favor in medical application. The Catheter Guidance Control and Imaging system from Magnetecs Corp. navigates a catheter tip via electromagnetic technology to better target radiofrequency ablation therapy during cardiology-electrophysiology procedures. The company believes its real-time navigational system offers a rapid, safe and accurate means of treating cardiac rhythm disturbances in a manner that heretofore has not been available.
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