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A family of intracardiac ultrasound imaging devices designed for guidance of electrophysiology ablation procedures

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15 Author(s)
Sahn, D.J. ; Diagnostic Radiol., OB/GYN & Biomed. Eng., Oregon Health & Sci. Univ., Portland, OR, USA ; Stephens, D.N. ; Cannata, J.M. ; Kirk Shung, K.
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Our Bioengineering Research Partnership grant, ldquoHigh Frequency Ultrasound Arrays for Cardiac Imagingrdquo, including the individuals cited at the end of this paper - Douglas N. Stephens (UC Davis), Matthew O'Donnell (UW Seattle), Kai Thomenius (GE Global Research), Aaron M. Dentinger (GE Global Research), Douglas Wildes (GE Global Research), Peter Chen (St. Jude Medical), K. Kirk Shung (University of Southern California), Jonathan M. Cannata (University of Southern California), Butrus (Pierre) T. Khuri-Yakub (Stanford University), Omer Oralkan (Stanford University), Aman Mahajan (UCLA School of Medicine), Kalyanam Shivkumar (UCLA School of Medicine) and David J. Sahn (Oregon Health & Science University) - is in its sixth year of NIH funding, having proposed to develop a family of high frequency miniaturized forward and side-looking ultrasound imaging devices equipped with electrophysiology mapping and localization sensors and eventually to include a family of capacitive micromachined ultrasonic transducer (cMUT) devices - a forward-looking cMUT MicroLinear array and a ring array capable of 3-dimensional imaging and a 5Fr lumen large enough to admit an electrode and ablation devices.

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Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2009. EMBC 2009. Annual International Conference of the IEEE

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3-6 Sept. 2009