GE Healthcare's CardioICE (intra-cardiac echo) is offered as a feature on the new CardioLab XTi EP recording system, released in May 2009. CardioICE synchronizes EP signal data and procedure information with real-time ultrasound images. Acquired during the case, these images are time-aligned with waveforms and information and create a synchronized case report and an integrated workflow solution for the EP lab.

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