Introducing the PURE EP™ System

We believe the PURE EP™ System is a world-class device that addresses a large unmet need. It can offer critical value by providing enhanced/unfiltered biomedical signals the help physicians with the treatment of diseases, like arrhythmia, where signal clarity is paramount to success.

Interested in learning more about our PURE EP™ System?

Email Us

pure ep
 Source: Nationwide independent product assessment study conducted in 2017 by Health Research International. Full report is available on request.

Developed with Leading Centers of Excellence

We collaborated with renowned electrophysiology experts at every step to develop the PURE EP™ System. We first created the concept for PURE EP™ with the Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute, an internationally respected medical center that specializes in arrhythmia. We achieved proof-of-concept validation at the UCLA Cardiac Arrhythmia Center, performed pre-clinical studies at Mayo Clinic and Mount Sinai Hospital, and formed strategic collaborations with Mayo Clinic and Minnetronix Medical.

Leader Path

Read about Our Strategic Partnerships

Enhanced tools for clearer signals

PURE EP™ complements existing tools for catheter ablation procedures. Based on its unique features and benefits, experts* believe that PURE EP™ can help physicians to work more quickly and accurately, helping to reduce the need for repeat catheter ablation procedures.

Product Category
 *Nationwide independent product assessment study conducted in 2017 by Health Research International. Report is available on request.

Explore Our Technology

Looking Beyond Arrhythmia

Experts say that PURE EP™ could also have applications beyond arrhythmia. In an article in The Journal of Innovations in Cardiac Rhythm Management, electrophysiology researchers noted that “signal recording and processing is an integral part of various mapping techniques in fields other than cardiology.  We hope to apply the expanded hardware configurations of the [PURE EP™] system for mapping and recording signals in fields like neurology and ophthalmology, in order to better be able to characterize regional electrical activity.”

Browse Our Publications