Video: Catheter Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation and Atrial Flutter
Watch Thomas Gaspar, MD, and Yan Huo, MD, from the Heart Center Dresden performing an atrial fibrillation ablation and see how Artis one helps the physicians to achieve a “significant reduction of radiation exposure using ultra-low dose settings without compromising image quality and patient safety”.
The number of obese and multimorbid patients with coronary artery and vascular diseases is rising. Manage your growing workload with ARTIS icono, designed to address challenges like those that Stephan Achenbach, MD, and Luise Gaede, MD, face. Studies* have shown that FFR-guided PCI may improve outcomes.
Learn how angio-derived assessment and CT-FFR can help to ensure a perfect result in PCI. Watch the e-Course round table with Allen Jeremias, MD, Ziad A. Ali, MD and Michael J. Gallagher, MD now!
Discover how Thomas Gaspar, MD, from the Heart Center Dresden safely implants a left atrial appendage occluder supported by Artis one low-dose applications and guided by intuitive system interactions.
See how Thomas Gaspar, MD, and Stefan Ulbrich, MD, from the Heart Center Dresden successfully implant a CRT device in a multimodality approach assisted by diagnostic cardiac MRI and Artis one imaging.
“The differences between manual and robotic-assisted PCI are relatively easy to explain,” says Holger Nef, MD, Vice Chairman Cardiology at the University Hospital of Giessen and Marburg. Watch the interview and find out how an angiography system from Siemens Healthineers combined with Corindus can standardize workflows with robotic precision.
Holger Nef, MD, Vice Chairman Cardiology at the University Hospital of Giessen and Marburg explains the overarching challenges hospitals are facing when performing complex procedures.
Stephan Achenbach, Chairman of Cardiology at the University Hospital Erlangen in Germany, explains the potential in integration of imaging in electrophysiology procedures.
Philipp Grätzel von Grätz
In order to tailor cardiological treatment much more closely to the individual patient, scientists at the Clinic for Cardiology at Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany, are working to develop a digital twin of the heart.
Stephan Achenbach, Chairman of Cardiology at the University Hospital Erlangen in Germany, explains future trends and challenges in the field of coronary artery disease.
What will the future of TAVI procedures bring and how can we optimize clinical results? Stephan Achenbach, Chairman of Cardiology at the University Hospital Erlangen in Germany, explains.