Aortic valve deployment with fusion imaging

TAVI in the Hybrid OR

Perfecting transcatheter valve replacement with procedural intelligence

Our fixed C-arm portfolio with procedural intelligence allows you to standardize every step of your TAVI workflow, so that you can ensure optimal outcomes for every patient.

TAVI cases in high and intermediate risk patients
Because cardiac surgeons encounter different patient risk groups, precautions are required to prevent complications and ensure optimal placement. Our Hybrid OR solutions enable you to establish standardized workflows, so that you can treat every patient the same way.

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Procedural intelligence changes TAVI treatment

Our fixed C-arms with procedural intelligence help you standardize your workflows and improve valve positioning. Intraoperative guidance software provides assistance throughout your TAVI procedures. With intelligent optimization of image quality and dose based on patient size and material in scope, along with automated C-arm positioning, treatment is greatly simplified. You can also standardize every workflow step thanks to TAVI Case Flow: select custom parameters for every procedure step just one time and then let the system set them automatically in the future.


Our assisted workflow for TAVI allows you to focus on the valve implantation itself. The software tools are easy to use, and the imaging system consistently provides the right images at the lowest reasonable dose.

Tavi in the Hybrid OR

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Prof. Bernhard Schieffer, MDUniversity Hospital Marburg, Germany

Review the clinical evidence

Minimally invasive treatment with transcatheter aortic valve implantation permits minimally invasive treatment of patients with severe symptomatic aortic stenosis. Here are some of the key benefits you stand to gain by using our imaging systems equipped with procedural intelligence.

Procedural intelligence helps improve 3-year survival

Studies show that the absence of paravalvular leaks are linked to better 3-year survival rates1. Since our workflow optimizes valve positioning, it helps to improve outcomes.

See how TAVI patients can benefit

Photo of TAVI patient speaking with a physician

For patients with symptomatic aortic stenosis, TAVI represents an important treatment option that could improve their quality of life compared to open surgery2. Research shows that the procedure generally results in fewer difficulties and complications than open surgery. Patient outcomes within a year following TAVI treatment are favorable in over 60% of cases, permitting patients to experience reasonable quality of life.3,4

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