CAAS vFFR - angio-derived FFR measurement

FFR measurement 3D reconstruction
CAAS vFFR - angio-derived FFR measurement
 
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CAAS vFFR is an angiographic method used to assess coronary physiology and calculate fractional flow reserve (FFR) values. The vFFR value indicates the significance of specific coronary lesions and shows where blood flow is limited. Furthermore, the 3D reconstruction enables the severity and percentage of stenosis to be assessed. Use of this novel method is supported by several clinical studies (e.g., FAST I; FAST Post) and shows promise as a replacement of the current gold standard, pressure wire invasive FFR measurement.1

Características y Beneficios

  • Based on two angiograms, 30° apart
  • Functional and anatomical lesion information
  • Co-registered vessel FFR value
  • Improved workflow possibilities
First angiogram with automated vessel detection
First angiogram - with automated vessel detection from proximal to distal
Second angiogram
Second angiogram at least 30° apart – automated vessel contour with the possibility of manual adaptions
FFR measurement 3D reconstruction
3D reconstruction of vessel with color-coded vFFR indication
Angio-FFR results
vFFR results – curved vFFR results with detailed information on anatomical lesion
Result overview dashboard
Result overview – dashboard with comprehensive overview of information

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1Morton J. Kern, https://www.radcliffecardiology.com/CRT-2020-Will-QFR-replace-FFR-Morton-Kern