Offering minimally invasive procedures significantly expands your cardiovascular treatment portfolio. With ARTIS icono floor, this step is easier than ever before. 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 to optimize clinical operations. Moreover, the small footprint makes ARTIS icono floor a perfect match for every existing OR.
ARTIS icono floor: cardiovascular excellence
Standardized surgical workflows thanks to procedural intelligence
ARTIS icono floor provides all the support you may need to optimize your clinical operations for complex cases in cardiovascular surgery.
Perfecting 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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The statements with footnotes in this document are based on a result of the quoted clinical study that evaluates the procedure. The results are not generated with the actual product version. It is expected, that the actual product version has similar or improved functionality to support the evaluated procedure.
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2Karl K. Poon et al., “Impact of Optimising Fluoroscopic Implant Angles on Paravalvular Regurgitation in Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacements – Utility of Three-Dimensional Rotational Angiography,” EuroIntervention 8, no. 5(2012): 538–45, http://doi.org/10.4244/EIJV8I5A84.