Medtronic Earns CE Mark For Affera Ablation System, Touts New PFA Results
Results of the PULSED AF trial confirm that Medtronic’s PulseSelect pulsed field ablation is safe and effective for atrial fibrillation ablation. The company will likely incorporate PulseSelect into its Affera cardiac mapping and ablation system, which will soon be available in Europe.
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