Corindus CorPath GRX PCI Key Visual

CorPath® GRX

For use during percutaneous coronary interventions

Redefine cardiovascular care

Interventional cardiologists and their teams stand through long procedures wearing heavy lead protection, while having to navigate tortuous and complex anatomies. CorPath GRX advances coronary interventions for you and your patients. It allows you to work from a radiation-shielded ergonomic workstation, and your team to distance themselves from the radiation zone. Precise anatomy measurements as well as procedural automation and consistent, millimeter movements translate into optimal device usage, standardized procedures, and high-quality care.

CorPath GRX System overview

Control Console


Extended Reach Arm

Robotic Drive

Single-use Cassette

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    Corindus CorPath GRX: 80% of people aged 60 to 69 may have calcifications

    of people aged 60 to 69 may have calcifications15

    Corindus CorPath GRX reduction in wiring time with Rotate on Retract in robotic PCI

    reduction in wiring time with Rotate on Retract in R-PCI16

    Five illustrations depicting technIQ Smart Procedural Automation in PCI on a background that shows a coronary artery and the Corindus CorPath GRX Control Console

    The NAVIGATE study demonstrated that technIQ™ Smart Procedural Automation resulted in more efficient robotic-assisted PCI, with significant reductions in procedure time (p=0.003), fluoroscopy time (p=0.003), and air kerma (p=0.004).

    technIQTM Smart Procedural Automation

    technIQ Smart Procedural Automation is a set of automated robotic movements designed for the CorPath® GRX System. The automations replicate the manual techniques of highly skilled interventionalists to provide predictable and consistent movements that aid in advanced navigation, lesion crossing, and device manipulation during complex coronary and peripheral interventional procedures.

    Corindus CorPath GRX: Interventionalists who suffer at least one orthopedic injury

    interventionalists suffers at least one orthopedic injury1

    Corindus CorPath GRX Interventionalists who have a health-related period of absence

    interventionalist had a health-related period of absence1

    Corindus CorPath GRX: Reduction of radiation exposure to the operator with R-PCI

    reduction of radiation exposure to the operator with R-PCI2

    This exclusive article explores questions that arise in the context of R-PCI. How real are the dangers? How safe is this new approach? Does the investment that would be required pay for itself? Explore the answers to these questions and see how we enter a safer, less debilitating era in cardiology.

    Corindus CorPath GRX: Number of coronary lesion lengths that were inaccurately estimated

    of coronary lesion lengths were inaccurately estimated9

    Corindus CorPath GRX: Measurement of anatomy to determine lesion length with R-PCI

    measurement of anatomy to determine lesion length with R-PCI 

    Corindus CorPath GRX: positioning of devices with R-PCI

    positioning of devices with R-PCI 

    Two-thirds of visually estimated lesions result in inappropriate stent length selection,9 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.17

    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.9

    This exclusive paper explores questions around robotic-assisted PCI and how it may improve stent placement. Why can’t we fully rely on what we see? How can robotic precision improve stent placement and therefore quality of care? Is robotics worth the investment? Explore the answers to these questions and see how robotic assistance may add value by increasing precision and improving quality of care.

    Corindus CorPath GRX: Future patients would consider being operated on by a robot

    of future patients would consider being operated on by a robot10

    Meeting – and ideally exceeding – the expectations of patients is a priority for all healthcare providers. Meeting the expectations of employees is also a key imperative as this affects recruitment and retention.

    Access to leading technologies such as robotic-assisted PCI allows physicians to participate in leading edge clinical innovation, enhancing their reputation and that of their institution. It also elevates the role of the cath lab team and can increase job satisfaction.

    Offering innovative procedures such as R-PCI allows healthcare providers to differentiate themselves with the potential to increase patient volumes.

    One question which is associated with any investment in major new technology is whether the benefits can be quantified.

    This paper explores that question in some detail. More specifically, the paper looks at the top-line impact of robotics on growth and revenue gains, as well as the bottom-line impact from mitigating expensive risks and other cost savings. To that end, this article explores the short- and long-term economic effects of adopting the CorPath GRX System.

    Clinical evidence

    Corindus CorPath GRX CORA-PCI trial

    CORA-PCI trial

    Demonstrated 99.1% clinical success in complex cases and comparable procedure times with manual PCI.19

    Corindus CorPath GRX Radiation exposure primary operator

    PRECISE trial

    Demonstrated a 95% reduction in radiation exposure to primary operator.2

    Corindus CorPath GRX patient radiation exposure

    Circulation: CV interventions

    Single center trial demonstrated a 20% reduction in radiation exposure to patients compared to manual PCI.20

    Corindus CorPath GRX measurement of lesions with robotic PCI

    Robotic vs manual

    Measurement of lesions with robotic PCI may reduce measurement errors, need for extra stents, and LGM.9

    Educational tools for robotics in interventional medicine

    Corindus CorPath GRX training for physicians

    Our mission is to advance the field of interventional medicine with robotics. We deliver best-in-class medical education and training programs to support physicians, staff, and our hospital partners.