Omega to Exhibit at Heart Rhythm 2023 May 19-21

The annual Heart Rhythm meeting continues to be the premier EP event every year, bringing together the largest gathering of heart rhythm professionals from around the world. HRS advances the field of EP and improves patient outcomes through the exchange of groundbreaking science, cutting-edge technologies, and life-saving therapies.

Heart Rhythm 2023 will provide the most comprehensive educational program for heart rhythm professionals worldwide. During 200+ expert-led sessions led by 1,500+ expert Faculty and abstract presenters, attendees will gain new knowledge and skills to enhance their daily practice and improve patient outcomes.

Discover the latest industry breakthroughs paving the way for innovative arrhythmia patient care for today and tomorrow via an exceptional lineup of industry-led presentations, hands-on sessions, symposia, and more.

Omega will be available to discuss the Soteria.AI Image-Guided Cardiovascular System. Soteria.AI is a revolutionary new modality with technology like no other. With an innovative design that delivers state-of-the-art image processing through an AI image-guided ROI, Soteria.AI is truly different. Omega shatters expectations by reducing radiation exposure by up to 84% with superior image quality. Experience the ultimate protection for everyone in the room – patient, physician, and staff.

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