Corindus CorPath GRX
Advancing interventions with vascular robotics

Designed to protect and assist interventional cardiologists in complex PCI 

Discover the benefits of CorPath GRX:

The world's leading system for robotic-assisted coronary interventions advances these procedures for caregivers and patients alike. CorPath GRX helps to create a safer work environment for interventionalists by allowing operators to perform procedures from a radiation-shielded work space. With automated procedural movements and precise anatomical measurements, the robotic system also helps operators to navigate complex anatomies more consistently and predictably, aids in selection of the appropriate stent and ensures accuracy in device-positioning. Using CorPath GRX allows physicians to participate in cutting-edge clinical innovation, enhancing their reputation and that of their institution. 

Physician protection

One in two
interventionalists suffers at least one orthopedic injury1
Every tenth
interventionalist had a health-related period of absence1

Reduction of radiation exposure to the operator with R-PCI2

This exclusive article explores questions that arise in the context of R-PCI. How real are the dangers? How safe is this new approach? Does the investment that would be required pay for itself? Explore the answers to these questions and see how we enter a safer, less debilitating era in cardiology.

Procedural automation

of people aged 60 to 69 may have calcifications15
Reduction in wiring time with Rotate on Retract in R-PCI16

Precision stenting

2/3
Of coronary lesion lengths were inaccurately estimated9
Measurement of anatomy to determine lesion length with R-PCI
Positioning of devices with R-PCI

Two-thirds of visually estimated lesions result in inappropriate stent length selection,9 which negatively impacts outcomes. These patients are more than twice as likely to require target-vessel revascularization within one year and three times as likely to have an myocardial infarction within three years.17

CorPath GRX allows for instantaneous sub-mm measurement of anatomy and precise device positioning with 1mm movements. This may reduce measurement errors, the need for extra stents, and the incidence of longitudinal geographic miss.9

This exclusive paper explores questions around robotic-assisted PCI and how it may improve stent placement. Why can’t we fully rely on what we see? How can robotic precision improve stent placement and therefore quality of care? Is robotics worth the investment? Explore the answers to these questions and see how robotic assistance may add value by increasing precision and improving quality of care.

Differentiating technology

Of future patients would consider being operated on by a robot10

What are you waiting for?

Experience a virtual online demonstration on robotic-assisted PCI.

One of our robotics experts will provide a personalized demonstration of the Corindus CorPath GRX System in operation, showcasing how robotics can support you during coronary interventions. They can also answer any questions you may have.

Webinars

Siemens Healthineers offers interventional physicians who are interested in starting a robotic-assisted PCI program a range of world-class educational symposia and resources. We partner with world-class robotic programs to offer a meaningful experience designed to further robotic knowledge. In addition to our educational symposia and course offerings, below is a list of upcoming conferences where attendees will be able to experience robotic-assisted PCI hands-on.

Interventional Academy

CorPath GRX: Real World Experience and Contemporary Data

Saturday, October 16th

10-11 AM (Eastern)

Join Raj Dave, MD, and robotics expert Ehtisham Mahmud, MD, at our C3 webinar "CorPath® GRX: Real World Experience and Contemporary Data". Dr. Mahmud will share hands-on experiences with CorPath® GRX and technIQ™ automation. Through several case reviews, he will demonstrate the real-world application of robotic-assisted PCI, while also discussing his findings during the PRECISION GRX study.

Endovascular Robotics Automation

Vascular Robotics: Current and Future Applications

Ryan Madder, MD
Implementing advanced automation in global PCI practice

Implementing Advanced Automation in Global PCI Practice

Dr. Holger Nef, Dr. Helge Moellmann, Dr. Arif Noryani (Proxy), Dr. Ryan Madder.

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Events and congresses

SCAI
euro PCR
CRF TCT

30
Nov.
Elevate your academic program with Corindus CorPath® GRX Fellowship Curriculum
7 PM (Eastern)
The Corindus CorPath® Vascular Robotics Fellowship program is designed to familiarize Interventional Cardiology Fellows with the operations and capabilities of robotic-assisted PCI. Learn how building a robotic skillset will help set you apart from your peers. Join Dr. J. Aaron Grantham, Interventional Cardiologist, as he demonstrates the benefits of vascular robotics technology for complex PCI, followed by a live Q&A session.
20
Jan.
Virtual GRX Live: Case Observation with Dr. Bill Lombardi
9 AM (PT) | 12 PM (ET) | 6 PM (CET)
Dr. Bill Lombardi, Interventional Cardiologist, uses the CorPath® GRX System to perform a complex CTO procedure. This is an excellent opportunity to see the system in action and learn expertise from a top-performing team including CV Fellow and Clinical Staff super users. There will be a live, moderated Q&A with Dr. Lombardi during the case.

What are you waiting for?

Experience a virtual online demonstration on robotic-assisted PCI.

One of our robotics experts will provide a personalized demonstration of the Corindus CorPath GRX System in operation, showcasing how robotics can support you during coronary interventions. They can also answer any questions you may have.

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