Complex Diagnostic Mapping Solutions

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Enhanced diagnostic precision for coronary sinus mapping and beyond.

EPstar 2F Fixed Electrophysiology Catheter

The EPstar 2F microcatheter enables mapping and pacing in distal coronary sinus branches, inaccessible to other catheters. 

EPstar 6F Fixed Electrophysiology Catheter with Lumen

The EPstar 6F catheter is an EP catheter capable of mapping in the CS. It is torquable with a large lumen, facilitating placement and telescoping of the 2F microcatheter in the coronary venous system.  

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2F Confidence

Atraumatic distal tip facilitates confidence in accessing branches of the CS.

2F Enhanced Pacing

Larger 1.5 mm and 1.3 mm electrodes for crisp electrograms and better pacing.

Broad Coverage

With the octapolar EPstar 2F and the decapolar EPstar 6F Catheter with Lumen, achieve optimal coverage for mapping with 18 electrodes total.

6F Soft Touch

Maneuver confidently in the CS: stiffness decreases gradually towards a soft distal tip.

6F Large Lumen

Wide lumen allows for flushing and aspiration of fluids, and is compatible with devices up to 0.035” diameter.

6F Control

Fully braided shaft, even under electrodes, allows greater maneuverability.

EPstar 2F Microcatheter

2F microcatheter may be deployed to map in the distal branches of the CS.

2F mapping has been used for:
- Idiopathic VTs1,2
- Complex ATs3,4
- Left WPW 5
- Mapping and pacing in VOM3,6

Technical Specifications

EPstar Fixed Electrophysiology Catheter - 2F

Feature  Specifications 
French size  2F 

8 Octapolar 

Electrode spacing  5-5-5 mm 
Electrode size 

1.3 mm

Distal tip: 1.5 mm 

Usable length  130 cm 


EPstar Fixed Electrophysiology Catheter with Lumen - 6F

Feature Specifications
French size  6F 
Electrodes  10 Decapolar 
Electrode spacing  5-5-5 mm, 2-8-2 mm 
Electrode size  1.2 mm 
Usable length  65 cm 


EPstar Electrophysiology Cable

Feature Specifications
Usable length  2.3 Meters 
Other info 

10 Pins
5 Uses 


Ordering Information

Product Electrode Spacing Product Code
EPstar Fixed Electrophysiology Catheter with Lumen - 6F

5-5-5 mm
2-8-2 mm

EPstar Fixed Electrophysiology Catheter - 2F 5-5-5 mm DCF-2-8-55-130
EPstar Electrophysiology Cable (10 pins, resterilizable - 5 uses) N/A DEX-10
EPstar Bundle 2F + 6F (555) Virtual Kit N/A DLK-2-55-6-55-65
EPstar Bundle 2F + 6F (282) Virtual Kit N/A DLK-2-55-6-28-65

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  1. Idiopathic Ventricular Arrhythmias Originating From the Vicinity of the Communicating Vein of Cardiac Venous Systems at the Left Ventricular Summit Komatsu Y, et al. Circ Arrhythm Electrophysiol. doi: 10.1161/CIRCEP.117.005386
  2. Simultaneous Mapping in the Left Sinus of Valsalva and Coronary Venous System Predicts Successful Catheter Ablation from the Left Sinus of ValsalvaIto S, et al. PACE. doi: 10.1111/j.1540-8159.2005.00081.x
  3. Characteristics of Marshall bundle-related atrial tachycardias using an ultrahigh-resolution mapping system Kawamura I, et al. J Interv Card Elecr. doi: 10.1007/s10840-019-00544-9
  4. Marshall bundle reentry: A novel type of macroreentrant atrial tachycardiaYamamoto T, et al, Heart Rhythm. doi: 10.1016/j.hrthm.2014.03.051
  5. Simultaneous mapping of the tricuspid and mitral valve annuli at electrophysiological studyDavis L, et al. Br Heart J. doi: 10.1136/hrt.73.4.377
  6. Importance of the vein of Marshall involvement in mitral isthmus ablationFujisawa T, et al. PACE. doi: 10.1111/pace.13640