Successful TMVR (transcatheter mitral valve replacement) requires innovation to navigate the high risks and complexity.
Unprecedented insights are revealed when using 3D planning to create pre-procedural plans. The adoption of 3D planning in the modern medical setting is inevitable.
Bring clarity to complexity by using Mimics Enlight’s automated 3D workflow. More accurate planning leads to improved patient outcomes.
2D vs 3D Planning
Although volume rendering gives the impression of working in 3D, measurements are taken on the 2D projection of the model. When using accurate 3D models, measurements snap to the model, which allows evaluation in all three dimensions.
Volume rendering is limited to 2D planning with 3D visualization while true 3D planning uses accurate 3D models to enable automated analysis and enhanced spatial insights.
The Core of 3D Planning
Efficient and intuitive planning
Bypass tedious processes
with our user-friendly workflow
Key Features in Action
Born from constant innovation: Mimics Enlight 2.0
Now with increased automation for a more intuitive workflow, multiple device shape capability, a direct link to 3D print, and interactive case sharing in 3D. All while preserving consistent critical measurements to continue to making calculated decisions.
Be empowered to efficiently select optimal therapy for your patients
Virtually perform trials without error to find optimal solution for each patient and help prevent patient harm
Easily and clearly communicate findings with your heart team
“Successful transcatheter mitral valve replacement (TMVR) depends on successful pre-procedural planning through accurate sizing of the mitral annulus and avoidance of LVOT obstruction.”
-Dee Dee Wang, M.D., FACC, FASE, FSCCT
Director of Structural Heart Imaging
Center for Structural Heart Disease
Henry Ford Health System
Based on validated, published clinical data as part of the MITRAL trial and building on the Mimics Medical technology, Mimics Enlight was developed in partnership with Henry Ford Health System
Materialise celebrates 30 years of 3D printing experience and 3D planning solutions, which together form the backbone of the 3D printing and planning industry
Based on Mimics technology, trusted by leading medical device manufacturers, universities, and hospitals globally for over 25 years
1Wang DD, Houthoofd W, Huysmans L, O'Neill W, Maes J, Ward C, et al. TCT-862 A More Reliable Method for Predicting Neo-LVOT Obstruction after TMVR. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 2018;72(13 Supplement):B343-B4