ADAS-AF is a software application designed to characterize the tissue of the Left Atrium (LA). It is intended for the electrophysiologist to help understand the substrate of the LA to help in ablation procedures, before and during the intervention, using the information provided by Late Gadolinium Enhancement (LGE) 3D MRI.
ADAS-AF provides tools for defining the shape of the LA from 3D LGE MRI DICOM data. It then automatically computes the IIR value of the atrial wall and quantifies the fibrosis, the atrial volume and the Sphericity (according to J Cardiovasc Electrophysiol. 2013 Jul;24(7):752-9). It also allows exporting the segmented LA 3D shape and associated fibrosis into formats compatible with EP navigation systems.
ADAS-AF is a standalone post-processing software solution is intended for the electrophysiologist to help understand the substrate of the LA to help in ablation procedures, before and during the intervention, using cardiac MRI.
ADAS 3D is developed in partnership with Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, Spain.
ADAS-AF is being evaluated clinically in collaboration with:
Clinic, Barcelona, Spain. Dr. Lluis Mont, Director of the Arrhythmia Section • Herzzentrum Leipzig, Germany. Prof Gerhard Hindricks, Director of the Department of Electrophysiology • Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA. Prof Francis Marchlinski, Director of Electrophysiology Laboratory. Prof Saman Nazarian. Prof Harold Litt, Chief, Cardiovascular Imaging Section, Radiology • Barts Heart Centre, London, UK. Prof Richard Schilling, Director Cardiovascular CAG • CEDIMED, Medellin, Colombia. Dr Alejandro Zuluaga, Radiology • Hospital Universitario Virgen del Rocio, Seville, Spain. Dr Juan Acosta,Department of Cardiology • University Hospital Bonn, Germany. Dr. R Andrie • Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol. Dr. Felipe Bisbal Department of Prof Sonia Busch, Leitende Oberärztin für Elektrophysiologie