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Corindus CorPath GRX
Advancing interventions with vascular robotics

Designed to provide low-volume operators with high-volume skills

Our solution to assist you as low and intermediate-volume operators in complex PCI: CorPath GRX

The world's leading system for robotic-assisted PCI advances these procedures for you and your patients alike. The Corindus CorPath GRX System assists you in navigating complex anatomies and crossing difficult lesions with automated movements for guidewires and devices.

Precise anatomical measurements aid you in selection of the appropriate stent, and device movements in 1mm increments help you to ensure accuracy in device-positioning. All with the added benefit of radiation protection for you without a requirement to wear heavy lead.

Annual PCI Operator Volumes in U.S.

In the U.S., interventionalists tend to have relatively low annual procedure volumes. The average interventionalist only performs 50 PCIs per year. The number of interventionalists that perform fewer than 50 PCIs per year is quite high, while the number of interventionalists with high annual PCI volume is fairly low. Only one third of all interventionalists in the U.S. perform more than 150 PCIs per year.

Breakdown of Operator Groups

This means that only a few interventionalists have the opportunity to apply their skills regularly and to continuously improve. Many studies show an inverse relationship between operator procedural volume and short-term adverse outcomes after PCIs.

Procedural automation

of all PCIs are considered complex1
of people aged 60 to 69 may have calcifications2
Reduction in wiring time with Rotate on Retract in R-PCI3

Interventionalists are often challenged by difficult anatomies and complex lesions, leading to longer procedures with increased radiation exposure.

CorPath GRX supports operators with consistent and predictable automated movements for guidewire navigation and lesion crossing. By replicating the manual techniques of highly skilled interventionalists, R-PCI helps to standardize procedures and reduce variability across operators – allowing for greater confidence when undertaking complex PCI.

Precision stenting

Of coronary lesion lengths were inaccurately estimated4
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,4 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.5

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.4

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