ARTIS icono floor
An icon of innovation for cardiovascular procedures in the Hybrid OR
Offering minimally invasive procedures expands your cardiovascular treatment portfolio. With ARTIS icono floor, this step is easy. The fully motorized C-arm system is equipped with procedural intelligence to help you standardize workflows for high-volume procedures and guide you through complex cases. Moreover, the small footprint makes ARTIS icono floor a perfect match for your existing OR.
ARTIS icono ceiling
Agility for cardiac and vascular surgery
Many patients suffering from structural heart disease or vascular disease suffer from comorbidity, are elderly, or obese. For many of them a minimally invasive treatment approach is the only possible treatment option.
ARTIS icono ceiling offers together with the OR compliant ARTIS multi-tilt table high position flexibility for minimally invasive cardiac and vascular procedures.
A ceiling mounted C-arm system for the Hybrid OR with fast intraprocedural 3D in virtually any lateral position.
Standardized surgical workflows thanks to procedural intelligence
ARTIS icono provides all the support you may need to optimize your clinical operations for complex cases in cardiovascular surgery.
EVAR with procedural intelligence
Our imaging systems help standardize your EVAR procedures by simplifying preparation, permitting fast registration for fusion imaging, guiding stent deployment, and enabling immediate assessment.
Perfecting TAVI with procedural intelligence
Our imaging systems help standardize your TAVI procedures by simplifying image acquisition, automating planning, guiding valve deployment, and enabling immediate verification.
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ARTIS icono ceiling is pending 510(k) clearance, and not yet commercially available in the United States and other countries.
Single center study has shown (Michael McNally et al., “Three Dimensional Fusion CT Decreases Radiation Exposure, Procedure Time and Contrast Use during Fenestrated Endovascular Aortic Repair,” Journal of Vascular Surgery 61, no. 2 (2014): 309–16, http://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvs.2014.07.097.):
Fusion imaging provides continuous 3D guidance throughout the whole procedure. This approach helps to decrease procedure time by up to 30%.
Studies have shown that standardized TAVI/TAVR procedures could potentially improve implantation quality.
Compared to procedures performed in a standard hybrid operating room without fusion capabilities.