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Cardiac Magnetic Resonance for Electrophysiology Procedures

A forward imaging ultrasound catheter design has been developed and tested to advance the methods of integration of intracardiac imaging and electrophysiology sensing. The first catheters built have been constructed with a 9F 3 mm shaft and a large 15F tip to support experimental wire ports adjacent to a 24 element phased array operating at 14 MHz. The final tip design construction size will be 9F and possess an integrated metal electrode at the catheter distal end.

Two forward looking array designs have been developed in parallel to produce two contrasting fine pitch 65 microns 24 element phased array construction approaches. The first array has been assembled with a standard composite PZT technology with the flex circuit mounted on the front facing side, and the second design is a cMUT version with a flip-chip bonded silicon die bonded to a backside flex circuit.