Technology | June 29, 2006

Platform Enhances Procedural, Cost Efficiencies

Combining all of the features of the ACIST CMS and Voyager systems onto one platform, the ACIST CVi Contrast Delivery System for cardiovascular angiographic procedures was highlighted at the Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) symposium.
The system is expected to be commercially available in the first quarter of 2006 or before.
This fourth-generation product enhances the ease of contrast and saline injection for physicians, nurses and technicians with ease and simplicity. The intuitive setup of the system and disposables coupled with their flexibility and versatility is designed to provide the clinician with more freedom to focus on the patient. The system provides one contrast delivery system for both cardiac and vascular angiography. Synchronization capabilities are part of this integrated system, further enhancing the flexible platform. The lower-profile, table-mountable injector and extendable control panel can be placed where it is needed most and with less interference.

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