Electrophysiology Laboratory

"Interventions for complex arrhythmias are carried out in two rooms equipped with the latest technology".


The Electrophysiology Laboratory of the Clinic is equipped with the latest technology to perform cardiac procedures in the most precise way and, therefore, obtaining the best results.

An electrophysiology room needs imaging systems, X-ray and scopes, which exist in hybrid operating rooms, but at the same time a whole system of polygraphs and browsers that are not normally available in an operating room.

We have the main navigation systems, Rhythmia, Carto and Precision, to perform the most complex cardiac procedures.

These browsers, together with the advanced image system, allow us to perform very complex procedures that, without these systems, would be very difficult, such as ablation procedures, both to treat fibrillation and atrial tachycardia, or ventricular arrhythmias.

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Why at the Clínica Universidad de Navarra?

We are the best private hospital in Spain for the eighth consecutive year
(Health Reputation Monitor Ranking 2022)

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Our team of professionals has one of the largest experiences nationwide in the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias.

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Advanced technology

The rooms are equipped with imaging, X-ray and scoping systems, along with the three main navigation systems.

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Quick attention

In 24-48 hours we carry out the diagnosis and treatment of our patients to offer the best care.

Rhytmia System

A high-density system that has demonstrated greater accuracy in three-dimensional mapping of the heart for the diagnosis and treatment of atrial fibrillation.

The Rhythmia system maps the heart so that the subsequent ablation procedure (treatment used for cardiac arrhythmias) is more accurate.

This model allows the specialist to determine the exact location of the arrhythmia thanks to its high resolution and, furthermore, it allows him to see it in the heart itself by means of a three-dimensional map.

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