AtriCure Announces CONVERGE IDE Trial Results Accepted for Late-Breaking Clinical Trial Sessions at Annual Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) Meeting
“I want to thank the HRS for accepting the abstract for presentation during the virtual programming as part of the annual meeting,” said Dr.
About CONVERGE IDE Trial
The CONVERGE IDE trial is a landmark prospective, randomized trial comparing the Convergent approach to endocardial catheter ablation for patients with persistent or long-standing persistent Afib. The Convergent approach is a multi-disciplinary therapy in which a closed chest epicardial ablation is performed by a surgeon, and then complemented by an endocardial catheter ablation performed by an electrophysiologist. Patients were enrolled at 25 sites across
The CONVERGE study’s primary efficacy endpoint is for enrolled patients to be free from Afib, atrial tachycardia, and atrial flutter, absent class I and III AADs except for a previously failed or intolerant class I or III anti-arrhythmic drugs, with no increase in dosage following the three month blanking period through the 12 months post procedure follow-up visit. The company has submitted final documentation to the
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