The goals of sharing on demand videos and broadcasting live Robotic EP procedures are:

  • Mastery of navigation best practices, emerging techniques, and EP skills
  • Peer-to-peer proctoring and collaboration without travel
  • Increase educational opportunities for EP fellows

Protecting Patient Privacy:

Stereotaxis has a four layer strategy to protect patient privacy. First, hosting sites are requested to de-identify PHI from lab equipment. Second, Stereotaxis event host will cover any visible PHI on the Odyssey screen prior to the live broadcast. Third, all attendees will confirm compliance with PHI regulations. Finally, only registered attendees will be admitted into the live broadcast.

Robotic EP On Demand


Inside the EP Studio with Dr Ben DSouza Promotional Image

Inside the EP Studio:

A 1-on-1 Discussion with Dr. D'Souza

Date and Time coordinated with your schedule and Dr. D’Souza

Schedule a one-on-one discussion with Robotic EP Pro, Dr. Benjamin D’Souza, and review best practices from real-world robotic ablation procedures.

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Navigating in Ventricle for Arrhythmias Originating from LVOT – R L Junction

Dr. D’Souza navigates in the ventricle with robotic EP in a patient with arrhythmias originating from the LVOT — R-L junction with a transseptal approach.

Navigating in the Ventricle for Arrhythmias Originating from the RVOT Freewall

Dr. D’Souza navigates in the ventricle with robotic EP in a patient with arrhythmias originating from the RVOT Freewall

Navigation with Robotics for Arrhythmias Originating from LV Crux

Dr. D’Souza navigates in the ventricle with robotic EP in a patient with arrhythmias originating from the LV Cardiac Crux with a transseptal approach.

Navigation with Robotics for Ischemic VT Ablation

Dr. D’Souza navigates in the ventricle with robotic EP in a patient with Ischemic VT.

Ventricular Mapping with Robotics for Patient with Cardiac Sarcoidosis

Dr. D’Souza maps the left and right ventricle with robotic EP in a patient with Cardiac Sarcoidosis.

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Prof Carlo Pappone Robotic Navigation for AF Ablation

Navigation with Robotics for Atrial Fibrillation Ablation


Prof. Carlo Pappone & the Policlinico San Donato Team

Schedule a one-on-one discussion with Robotic EP Pro, Prof. Carlo Pappone to discuss best practices and watch a complete cardiac ablation procedure for Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) utilizing Stereotaxis Robotic Magnetic Navigation technology during a symposium at Moscow City Clinical Hospital.
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Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) Ablation with Robotic EP (Full Procedure)

Prof. Carlo Pappone and his team at Policlinico San Donato Hospital in Milan, Italy perform a live Robotic EP procedure using Stereotaxis Robotic Magnetic Navigation (RMN).

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Master Class Supreme Efficiency with Robotic EP Poster

Supreme Efficiency with Robotic EP:6 AF patients in an 8-hr workday


Dr. Tamas Szili-Torok & Erasmus EP Team

Schedule a one-on-one discussion with Robotic EP Pro, Dr. Szili-Torok and watch cases with the Erasmus EP team demonstrating navigation techniques and clinical workflow best practices that enable an extremely efficient, safe, and successful EP lab.

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Master Class Highlights

A summary and highlights of Dr. Tamas Szili-Torok and the Erasmus EP team performing all six cardiac ablation procedures using Stereotaxis Robotic Magnetic Navigation in one day in a single lab.

Procedure 1 of 6 - Efficient & Effective Ablation (Summary)

A summary of Dr. Tamas Szili-Torok and his team presenting the first of six successful ablation procedures in one day. Total elapsed procedure time was 54 minutes. [7:39]

Procedure 1 of 6 - Efficient & Effective Ablation (Full Length)

Dr. Tamas Szili-Torok and his team present the first of six successful ablation procedures in one day. Total elapsed procedure time was 54 minutes. [54:09]

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Master Class A New Era Poster

Stereotaxis Genesis: A New Era Begins

Dr. Peter Weiss & Prof. Pekka Raatikainen hosted a live broadcast of cardiac ablation procedures using the latest in Robotic EP to treat arrhythmias, chaired by Dr. Tamas Szili-Torok.

Robotic Magnetic Navigation for the Ablation of Atrial Arrhythmias in Patients with Congenital Heart Disease | Presented by: Prof. Pekka Raatikainen

Ventricular Arrhythmia Ablation with Robotics, Alternate Mapping & Advanced Imaging Integration | Presented by: Dr. Peter Weiss

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Highlights from Stereotaxis Genesis: A New Era Begins

Prof. Raatikainen and Dr. Weiss discuss their experiences using the Stereotaxis Genesis system during the live procedure broadcast.

Robotic Ablation of Atrial Arrhythmias in a GUCH/ACHD Patient (Full Procedure)

Prof. Pekka Raatikainen presents robotically assisted cardiac ablation of atrial arrhythmias in a patient with grown-up (adult) congenital heart disease (GUCH/ACHD). This live broadcast from The Heart and Lung Center at Helsinki University Hospital included use of the Stereotaxis Genesis RMN system.

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Masterclass IV: Zero-Fluoro Robotic Ablation

Dr. Percell and Dr. Pedram Kazemian hosted live presentations and discussion on the use of robotics to perform cardiac ablations without radiation. Chaired by Prof. Sabine Ernst and Dr. Tamas Szili-Torok.

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Masterclass IV: Zero-Fluoro Robotic Ablation Full Presentation

Dr. Percell and Dr. Pedram Kazemian present and discuss the use of robotics to perform cardiac ablations without radiation.

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Register to Attend an Event


    I agree to comply with all PHI regulations to protect patient privacy. (Required)
    I acknowledge TeleRobotic Live procedure broadcasts may include off-label use of medical devices and equipment. See below Instructions for Use for Stereotaxis products.
    (Required)
    The Genesis RMN® and Niobe® ES Systems are intended to navigate compatible magnetic devices through tissue to designated target sites in the right and left heart, coronary vasculature, pericardial space, neurovasculature, and peripheral vasculature by orienting the device tip in a desired direction. In the US, Genesis RMN® and Niobe® ES Systems are not intended to navigate compatible magnetic devices into the pericardial space.
    The Cardiodrive® Catheter Advancement System (CAS) is intended to automatically advance and retract compatible magnetic electrophysiology (EP) mapping and ablation catheters inside a patient’s heart when used in conjunction with a Stereotaxis magnetic navigation system. The Cardiodrive System is not intended to advance the EP mapping and ablation catheters through the coronary vasculature or the coronary sinus.
    The Stereotaxis Odyssey® Vision system is an optional display and user interface package designed to consolidate the point of control of the catheterization lab. Odyssey Cinema™ is a recording system for Odyssey Workstation that provides remote viewing of live and recorded procedures.
    The e-Contact™ Module is an accessory device that indicates when an RMT catheter tip is in contact with the heart wall when used in conjunction with the Niobe Magnetic Navigation System. The e-Contact™ Module is not cleared for approval in the US.

    Physicians may present information on Stereotaxis products or ablation catheters that may not have approval or clearance in all geographies. Consult the associated product labeling for the Indications for Use and instructions of other devices used in conjunction with Stereotaxis products.