Successful structural heart interventions require innovation to navigate the high risks and complexity. 3D-CT planning and 3D printing reveal unprecedented insights while preparing for structural heart interventions.
The adoption of 3D in the modern medical setting is inevitable — bring clarity to complexity with these technologies.
Reliably estimate risk
Harness accurate measurements and improved insights on anatomy to reliably estimate transcatheter procedure risks for each patient.
Enter procedures with confidence
Optimally and virtually plan procedures with reliable measurements, enhanced 3D insights, online case sharing capabilities, and 3D prints.
Provide care quickly with AI
Leverage automation to execute efficient and intuitive planning. Gain control by pre-screening with tools in hand and speed up patient eligibility evaluation.
Drive medical innovation
Be at the forefront of medical innovation by using 3D planning with automated measurements, expert 3D visualization, VR, and more.
The power of 3D-CT planning
Bring clarity to complexity with 3D-CT planning. Deliver 3D printing definition to the virtual world and gain better insights on anatomy.
3D volume rendering
“Although a volume render model allows rapid visualization of the grayscale in 3D, it has limited capabilities for downstream operations such as automated quantification.”¹
“Computational modeling enables automated analysis of anatomic structures, provides enhanced spatial insight and can be converted to a 3D-printed model.”¹
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100% procedural success with 3D-CT vs. 92% with 2D-TEE
“CT-guided LAAO case planning was associated with improved device selection, accuracy, and procedural efficiency.”
25% reduced procedure time with 3D-CT vs. 2D-TEE
“LAAO case planning using 3D-CT was significantly more efficient with respect to device utilization, guide catheters, and procedure time.”
75% reduced neo-LVOT assessment time with 3D-CT vs. traditional CT planning
“Time to complete neo-LVOT assessment in 2 device positions was found to be between 1 and 5 min.”
More consistent neo-LVOT prediction with 3D-CT (0.99 ICC) vs. with traditional CT planning (0.87 ICC)
“With the 3D semi-automatic tool, two modelers estimated a more reliable neo-LVOT area than with the 2D centerline method.”
I would definitely encourage clinicians to try 3D planning because it will open up a new world of planning. I am quite sure that they will appreciate the insights that it provides and the fact that it is beyond complementary to what they’re used to. It really has added value to procedural planning in terms of patient selection, strategy selection, and procedural execution.
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