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AtriCure gets grant for high-voltage pulses ablation system for tissue lesion creation

According to GlobalData’s company profile on AtriCure, Surgical robots was a key innovation area identified from patents. AtriCure‘s grant share as of February 2024 was 71%. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

High-voltage pulses ablation system for tissue lesion creation

Source: United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Credit: AtriCure Inc

A recently granted patent (Publication Number: US11918271B2) outlines a method for administering an ablation treatment to a patient’s skin. The method involves placing a return pad on the patient’s skin and positioning an ablation assembly with first and second electrode mechanisms at a target tissue. The assembly delivers high voltage pulses between the electrodes, creating a lesion within the tissue. The pulses have specific parameters, including voltage range, duration, frequency, and number of pulses discharged over a set time interval.

Furthermore, the patent claims specify that the ablation treatment is designed to target myocardial cells, with the goal of either killing a portion of the cells within a certain range of the electrodes or irreversibly damaging the cells. The method also ensures that the application of the high voltage pulse regimen results in minimal cellular damage to the patient’s skin near the return pad, with a specified voltage gradient. Overall, the patented method aims to create lesions within the patient target tissue while minimizing damage to surrounding areas, showcasing advancements in the field of skin ablation treatments.

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