robotics

VIRTUAL EXHIBIT

TCT Connect 2020

Educational Symposium:

Standardizing PCI with Robotics and Smart Procedural Automation


Moderator

Ryan Madder

Speakers

Jon George, Bill Lombardi, Jean Fajadet


Saturday

October 17

10 AM EDT

Adoption of robotic technology to support complex PCI procedures is on the rise. The introduction of smart procedural automation provided physicians a new way to standardize procedures and efficiently navigate complex anatomy. Now, additional automated techniques, targeted at improving procedural efficiency, are driving further standardization.

Join us as leading robotic experts discuss the clinical use case for several new automated movements and their applicability in a real-world setting.


Presentations of Interest:

Robot-Assisted PCI as a Strategy to Reduce the Risk of Intra-Procedure Contamination by COVID-19 and Other Respiratory Viruses

Wednesday, October 14 | 3 PM EDT

Pedro Lemos

Image-Guided PCI from Physiology to Planning to Intervention

Sponsored by Siemens Healthineers

Thursday, October 15 | 2 PM EDT

Ziad Ali

Farouc Jaffer, Bill Lombardi



Welcome to our Virtual Exhibit Webpage

In these unprecedented times where in-person attendance at medical meetings and training events is not permitted, we are charged with finding new ways to interact with and educate our customers. This new Virtual Events Page is one way we are providing you with the information you would typically gather from such events. It includes an in-depth look at the CorPath® GRX System, new features, and our vision for robotics in the future. We encourage you to explore the content at your leisure and to review the resources that provide additional information on how to start your own vascular robotic program.


EXPERIENCE CORPATH GRX

Click the bold statements below to learn more about each component.

Single-use Cassette

Robotic Drive

Extended Reach Arm

Monitor

Control Console

CorPath GRX is comprised of two different components:

Interventional Workstation

  • Houses the Control Console Control Console and Monitor(s) Monitor(s) to display angiographic and hemodynamic data
  • The Interventional Workstation can be located in the control room or an optional Cockpit

Bedside Unit

  • Consists of Extended Reach Arm,Extended Reach Arm, Robotic Drive,Robotic Drive, and Single-use Cassette Single-use Cassette
  • Mounted to the patient table and designed to be easily positioned for all access points
Control Console

Control Console

  • Includes joysticks and touchscreen controls for manipulation of one guide catheter, one guidewire, and one RX device
  • The touchscreen enables 1-mm device movements, discrete rotation of the guidewire, sub-mm measurements, and access to automated movements in the technIQ™ series
Power Vision Monitor

Power Vision Monitor

  • Medical grade 40” widescreen with 4K resolution
  • Multiple imaging modalities on one display
Extended Reach Arm

Extended Reach Arm

  • Mounted on the bedrail of the procedure table and supports the Robotic Drive
  • Can be positioned for any access point including radial or femoral
Robotic Drive

Robotic Drive

  • Mounted onto the Extended Reach Arm
  • Translates commands from the Control Console into device movements within the Single-use Cassette
  • Supports linear movement of the guide catheter
  • A Bedside Touchscreen provides on-screen instructions for bedside operator
Single-Use Cassette

Single-Use Cassette

  • Disposable component that attaches to the Robotic Drive and can be loaded with commercially available guide catheters, guidewires, and RX devices
  • Supports linear and rotational movement of the guidewire and guide catheter, and linear movement of the RX device
  • Auxiliary Track allows additional devices to be held in place during the procedure

TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF CORPATH GRX


EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

  • Clinical Evidence

    Learn more about clinical research on CorPath GRX

  • Case Library

    Review our comprehensive library of complex robotic PCI cases

  • Presentations

    View past presentations by leading robotic experts


MEDICAL EDUCATION WEBINAR SERIES

  • Upcoming Educational Programs

    Learn about and register for our upcoming programs

  • On-demand Educational Programs

    View on-demand recordings of past webinars and more

  • Sign-up for
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FUTURE OF ROBOTICS

At Corindus, we are focused on developing innovative robotic solutions to revolutionize treatment of emergent conditions by providing specialized and timely medical care to patients around the world.

Watch this video highlighting the current advantages of robotic assisted procedures and how the future of telerobotics can bridge the gap in access and delivery of care.

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Control Console

  • Includes joysticks and touchscreen controls for manipulation of one guide catheter, one guidewire, and one RX device
  • The touchscreen enables 1-mm device movements, discrete rotation of the guidewire, sub-mm measurements, and access to automated movements in the technIQ™ series

Power Vision Monitor

  • Medical grade 40” widescreen with 4K resolution
  • Multiple imaging modalities on one display

Extended Reach Arm

  • Mounted on the bedrail of the procedure table and supports the Robotic Drive
  • Can be positioned for any access point including radial or femoral

Robotic Drive

  • Mounted onto the Extended Reach Arm
  • Translates commands from the Control Console into device movements within the Single-use Cassette
  • Supports linear movement of the guide catheter
  • A Bedside Touchscreen provides on-screen instructions for bedside operator

Single-Use Cassette

  • Disposable component that attaches to the Robotic Drive and can be loaded with commercially available guide catheters, guidewires, and RX devices
  • Supports linear and rotational movement of the guidewire and guide catheter, and linear movement of the RX device
  • Auxiliary Track allows additional devices to be held in place during the procedure

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