Atrial arrhythmia software

Aid for electrophysiological procedures


Nowadays we are facing the increasing number of atrial arrhythmias in general population. Moreover, we observe higher number of patients after invasive electrophysiological procedures and cardiac surgeries, which increase the risk of new atrial arrhythmias. Complex atrial arrhythmias like atypical atrial flutter and atrial tachycardia remain challenging for the majority of electrophysiologist.

Base on these facts we decided to create the software, which helps electrophysiologist in decision making through patients with complex atrial arrhythmias. Our software use intracardiac electrograms and electroanatomic maps, so the parameters which are routinely use during the ablation procedure


Our software has three major functionalities:

Determination of cavity responsible for the arrhythmia – left vs. right atrium.

Type of the arrhythmia – focal vs. reentry arrhythmia.

Suggestion of successful ablation region.

All data are presented visually in the interface of the presented software:

Currently software is compatible with CARTO (Johnson&Johnson®) and NavX (Abbott®) systems.

About us

Michal Peller, MD, PhD

CEO of AI Ablations

  • Over 10 years of experience in clinical electrophysiology.
  • Former Polish Ambassador of EHRA Young EP.
  • Author of publications in the field of electrophysiology and telemedicine.

Pawel Balsam, MD, PhD, Assoc. Prof.

Board Chair of AI Ablations

  • Head of Electrocardiology Department, Medical University of Warsaw.
  • Former Co-Chair of the Young EP Committee of EHRA
  • Author of multiple publications

Jedrzej Kosiuk, MD, Assoc. Prof.

Board Chair of AI Ablations

  • 15 years of experience in clinical electrophysiology in leading center
  • Multiple positions in EHRA structures over last 10 years
    More than 100 publications in PubMed
  • Entrepreneur in field of telemedicine and medical training

Pawel Kuklik, PhD

Advisory Board

  • PhD degree in Computational Physics.
  • Over 20 years of experience in research and development in cardiac electrophysiology working in clinical and research groups in Poland, Australia, Netherlands and Germany.
  • Focused in software development, 3D mapping, signal processing, quantitative analysis and Atrial Fibrillation mechanisms.