Renowned Cardiothoracic Surgeon to Join Experienced Medical Device Technology Leadership Team to Bring nsPFA to Cardiac Surgery
“After working with the Pulse Biosciences’ team and participating in preclinical studies using the nsPFA clamp for cardiac ablation, it was immediately clear to me that nsPFA has the potential to not only replace all other energy modalities in cardiac ablation, including radiofrequency and cryo, but due to the speed, safety, and ablation performance of the system, it has the potential to significantly expand the number of patients we treat in cardiac surgery,” said Dr.
Dr. Ad is a leading authority in surgical treatment of atrial fibrillation, minimally invasive heart surgery and other advanced heart surgery techniques and transcatheter therapies. Dr. Ad has published more than 200 research articles in peer-reviewed publications. He has led the development of national and international clinical practice guidelines for the different cardiovascular societies for ISMICS, AATS and STS, and serves on multiple leadership positions and committees in the leading cardiothoracic societies. He is the past president of
“We are excited to have Dr. Ad join the
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