Transcatheter Aortic Valve
Replacement/Implantation (TAVR/TAVI) demands meticulous, detailed planning to
be successful. You need detailed information such as confirmation of valve stenosis,
viable access approach, distances to ostia, elliptical aortic root dimension,
identification of the valve plane, and appropriate angle for valve deployment
in the cath lab.
You need a protocol that helps process imaging data into 3D models to help you
better understand a particular patient’s cardiac anatomy and aid in developing
an appropriate therapy path and strategy.
In the cath lab, precise guidance and
positioning of planned therapy is crucial. Real-Time 3D working view of the delivery site would facilitate valve
The Valve Planning protocol in the Vessel IQ Xpress
application lets you visualize cardiac anatomy with the degree of detail
required to evaluate the presentation of the aortic valve. Armed with this
information you can develop a pre-procedural TAVR/TAVI plan to establish a therapy strategy for the patient.
Innova HeartVision fuses the real time 2D fluoro
images on the boom monitor with 3D anatomy overlays from CT, MR, or X-ray data
sets, providing guidance for
device positioning and deployment with control at tableside.
- Lets you segment the aorta from iliacs to
aortic root to select the access route (3D visualization of tortuosity and
- Lets you measure the aortic annulus and define
valve plane to select the appropriate device to implant.
- Lets you measure the distance between the
leaflets and coronary ostia for planning valve deployment.
- Gives you the automatically the optimized angle for the
- Fuses 3D overlay with 2D fluoro images
displayed on Advantage Workstation screen in the cathlab room for guidance.
- Registration with ECG gating and image
stabilization reduces image motion.
- Tableside control for efficient workflow