Norton Health Hospital in Louisville, KY
"Our EP lab had been having noise issues (that had worsened since the last upgrade to our mapping system) and we had not found a solution despite our best efforts. Both our hospital biomed engineers and the field engineers for the mapping company had looked at and tested the system multiple times without resolution of the noise issues. After installing the CIS units, the bipolar noise levels on the mapping catheters went from fairly high at .13-.15 to less than 0.01 mV after installing the first of the two CIS units and remained at that level after installing the second unit. As I mentioned before, 0.01 is the lowest the system can measure so the noise level for the bipolar signals is now below the threshold of what the system can measure."
"This makes the CIS units invaluable as a diagnostic tool because they essentially rule-out electrical sources of noise."
Dr. Kent Morris, Electrophysiology Lab Director at Norton Health Hospital in Louisville, KY