Patients with cardiac arrhythmias can be treated more accurately and faster if the arrhythmia has been properly visualized before the procedure. This is possible by means of a sensor vest that contains 252 electrodes, which gives the cardiologist a good picture of the area to be treated in advance. He does not have to look for the arrhythmia during the procedure. Erasmus MC is the first Dutch hospital to use the so-called CardioInsight cardigan.
Szili-Torok: “Now before the procedure, for example an ablation, we can really see where the arrhythmia is. We can work 30 to 40% faster. That is much less stressful for the patient. “