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Rhythmia HDX

Design, Engineering

BOSTON SCIENTIFIC

RHYTHMIA HDx is a ground-breaking cardiac mapping system that allows surgeons to quickly and accurately identify and treat electrical anomalies inside the heart that cause arrythmia. The system combines advanced signal-processing hardware, a novel software algorithm and a High-Resolution Mapping Catheter to provide unparalleled HD cardiac mapping. That enhanced clarity can help improve patient outcomes and long-term success rates. The system is 5X faster, provides 25X more data, and is far more sensitive than previous cardiac mapping systems.

PI partnered with the development team to bring this system from an early pilot run into full stage production. Our design team created a clean, intuitive form for the main signal station and peripheral components, as well as the graphical treatments and indications that provide directions for proper connectivity while minimizing error. Our engineering team executed this vision throughout, developing the internal chassis structure and external skins to the exacting standards of Boston Scientific’s regulatory requirements. PI supported this program through DV testing and production liaison, ensuring that expectations were exceeded from start to finish.

For more on the HDx system, visit their website.

BOSTON SCIENTIFIC

RHYTHMIA HDx is a ground-breaking cardiac mapping system that allows surgeons to quickly and accurately identify and treat electrical anomalies inside the heart that cause arrythmia. The system combines advanced signal-processing hardware, a novel software algorithm and a High-Resolution Mapping Catheter to provide unparalleled HD cardiac mapping. That enhanced clarity can help improve patient outcomes and long-term success rates. The system is 5X faster, provides 25X more data, and is far more sensitive than previous cardiac mapping systems.

PI partnered with the development team to bring this system from an early pilot run into full stage production. Our design team created a clean, intuitive form for the main signal station and peripheral components, as well as the graphical treatments and indications that provide directions for proper connectivity while minimizing error. Our engineering team executed this vision throughout, developing the internal chassis structure and external skins to the exacting standards of Boston Scientific’s regulatory requirements. PI supported this program through DV testing and production liaison, ensuring that expectations were exceeded from start to finish.

For more on the HDx system, visit their website.