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Interventionalists can encounter problems when navigating diverse vascular anatomies and crossing complex lesions. This can lead to longer procedures – with increased radiation exposure and the need for additional contrast media – or procedures being terminated.

Robotic-assisted PCI provides operators with automated movements supporting them during navigation of difficult anatomies and crossing complex lesions. These automated movements replicate the manual techniques of highly-skilled interventionalists, and are designed to help reduce time associated with wiring lesions, standardize procedures, and reduce variability in PCI across operators.

Consistent and predictable automated movements for guidewire navigation and lesion crossing with Corindus CorPath GRX provide cardiologists with greater confidence to undertake complex PCI.

of all PCIs are considered complex1
of people aged 60 to 69 may have calcifications2
Reduction in wiring time with Rotate on Retract in R-PCI3

How it works

Corindus CorPath GRX provides the operator with a set of automated robotic movements. These automations replicate the manual techniques of highly skilled interventionalists to provide predictable and consistent movements that aid in advanced navigation, lesion crossing, and device manipulation during complex coronary interventional procedures.

Rotate on Retract (RoR)

To reduce navigation time in difficult anatomies, such as tortuous vessels, RoR automatically rotates the guidewire when joystick is retracted and redirects guidewire tip.

Wiggle

To prevent prolapses in tortuous anatomy during guidewire navigation, Wiggle automatically oscillates the guidewire as it advances.

Spin

To efficiently cross lesions in complex cases and difficult anatomies, Spin utilizes clockwise and counterclockwise rotations of the guidewire.

Dotter

To aid in lesion crossing and delivery of therapy, especially in very narrow or calcified lesions, Dotter utilizes rapid linear back-and-forth motions as the device advances.

Expert users of the Corindus CorPath GRX System worldwide share their experiences with robotic-assisted vascular interventions in comprehensive videos. The videos cover a wide range of information, from review of clinical study data to application in routine practice and taped case examples - illustrating the value of robotic-assisted vascular interventions to all stakeholders: the physician, the patient, and the hospital.

procedure intellgence and automation

Exclusive content

William L. Lombardi, MD, (University of Washington Medical Center, USA) discussed the impact of individual variations in his 5 minute presentation at TCT Connect 2020. In his talk, he reviews technIQ Smart Procedural Automation, a set of automated techniques, designed to standardize navigation and lesion crossing in CorPath GRX.

Implementing advanced automation in global PCI practice

Exclusive content

In this on-demand webinar, robotics experts share their experiences with the latest technIQ Smart Procedural Automation for CorPath GRX. Highlights include a complex, robotic-assisted PCI case performed at St. Johannes Hospital in Dortmund, Germany, utilizing ARTIS icono imaging and Corindus robotic capabilities, and a moderated discussion with a panel of global interventional cardiologists who are using the automation to further standardize PCIs in their labs. Diverse clinical use cases and learnings are shared.

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