Map-iT Diagnostic Catheters


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Upgrade your basic toolkit with modern devices that allow you to reach difficult anatomical areas and small structures, perform precise movements to map efficiently, and achieve shape retention with consistent performance

Electrode attachment without the use of polyurethane glue to seal the edges brings the shaft material level with the electrodes.

  • Smooth electrode-shaft transition to help prevent snagging.

  • Provides outstanding electrode-tissue contact for excellent signal quality

  • May help prevent catheter entrapment on sheaths

Reflow shaft construction allows for 1:1 torque throughout the procedure

  • Shape retention and consistent performance

  • The various layers of the APT EP Map-iT™ catheters are seamlessly fused together securely fixing the wire braiding and structural components in place

  • Soft atraumatic tip may reduce the chance of perforations or inducing arrythmias

  • Allows for design of smaller diameter catheter configuration

Compatible with all existing mapping systems and easily deliverable with standard electrophysiology guide sheaths

  • Intuitive design eliminates need for additional training of physicians and support technicians

  • Fewer steps required to integrate with existing systems


Featured Products 

4/3.3F Guide-Tip

•Cannulate deep into the CS and its side branches to map ventricular arrhythmias

•Ideal for left-sided WPW cases to more precisely locate the site of the accessory pathway

•Provides mapping within the middle cardiac vein (MCV) for posteroseptal pathways

•Ideal for Vein of Marshall mapping for inferior left atrial pathways


•Simultaneous HIS and RVA Recording with a single catheter

•Decapolar catheters with 4 distal electrodes for the RVA and 6 proximal for the HIS

•Pace the RVA and record the retrograde AV node activation with a single catheter

•Achieve simplified, more cost-effective procedures

•With the superior shaft construction, maintains stable curve and shaft performance



CS Reach

•Three-dimensional curve for improved access to CS from either the superior or inferior approach

•Multi-plane curve allows for 90° approach to the CS os

•Designed to permit improved passage through challenging coronary sinus anatomy: CS os displacement, Thesbian valve, Chiari network, cardiomyopathy