Our Vascular suite provides dedicated vascular interventional tools and advanced vascular devices to support high levels of standardization and redefine outcomes for your PAD patients. They support each step of your procedure – as you decide, guide, treat and confirm treatment results.

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SmartCT Roadmap

SmartCT Roadmap for guidewire and catheter guidance

Accurate and dynamic 3D guidance

Full 3D view with reduced X-ray dose and contrast medium usage

Adapts to position changes in real-time

Variable settings to enhance visualization

SmartCT Roadmap overlays a 3D reconstruction using SmartCT Angio or SmartCT Soft Tissue, to emphasize target vessel and lesions, aiding guidewire and catheter navigation through complex vessel structures. All controlled via the touch screen at the table.
SmartPerfusion digital subtraction angiography

SmartPerfusion for instant perfusion feedback


SmartPerfusion enables you to obtain stable, reliable and instant information of the foot perfusionwhile the patient is still on the table, to assess treatment effect. This image analysis tool provides functional information about tissue perfusion based on a digital subtraction angiography (DSA). You can compare perfusion characteristics in micro- and macro-circulation, pre- and post-intervention to quantify the effects of revascularization procedures immediately after the procedure.

SmartPerfusion case: Balloon Angiography of the distal Posterior Tibial Artery.

Patient:

 

  • 55 year old male
  • Diabetic
  • Critical Limb Ischemia
  • Recent amputation of the 3rd toe, bad healing of the wound.
  • Posterior tibial artery occluded and fibular (peroneal) artery is fragile but without significant stenoses.

Treatment:

 

  • Balloon Angioplasty of the distal part of the Posterior Tibial Artery.
  • Peroneal Artery is too fragile to treat.
Dorsalis Pedis Artery (DPA)
Stealing effect in Dorsalis Pedis Artery (DPA), based on pre and post comparison.
Posterior Tibial Artery (PTA)
Posterior Tibial Artery (PTA) shows more and faster flow after treatment.
forefoot image
The forefoot is supplied with more blood after treatment.
Graph 1
  • Peak density drops after treatment in the DPA.
  • Area under curve reduces after treatment, indicating less blood to flow through the region of interest. This suggests a stealing effect due to opening of the PTA.
Graph 2
  • Conversely to the effect in the DPA, the PTA perfusion has increased.
Graph 3
  • Considering the whole forefoot, the perfusion characteristics have improved.
SmartPerfusion angiography is a huge help in deciding when to end endovascular treatments."

Prof. Jae Kyu Kim, MD & Nam Yeol Kim, MD

Chonnam National University Hospital, South Korea

    Azurion with FlexArm

    Azurion with FlexArm
    Our Azurion Hybrid OR solutions provide an innovative surgical care environment that offers exceptional procedural flexibility and ease of use, while meeting the highest standards for surgical infection control and hygiene. The ceiling-mounted system provides unlimited imaging flexibility for diverse procedures and exceptional positioning freedom for medical teams. You get all this in a compact set-up, providing a highly cost-effective environment ready for the procedures of the future. By working around you, Philips Azurion with FlexArm helps you optimize your suite performance and deliver superior care.

    28%
    reduction in post-procedure time2

    17%

    reduction in procedure time2

    44%

    increase in usage of supporting software tools2

    12%
    reduction in patient preparation time2

    25%
    reduction in planned cases finished after normal working hours2

    Results are specific to the institution, where they were obtained. Results in other institutions may vary.

    Peripheral artery disease solutions

    VesselNavigator 3D Roadmap

    VesselNavigator

     

    VesselNavigator provides an intuitive and continuous 3D roadmap based on existing CTA and MRA datasets to guide you through vasculature during peripheral procedures.

    Peripheral imaging catheters

    Peripheral imaging catheters
    Our peripheral imaging catheters help assess the location of the disease and lesion morphology, including calcium and thrombus. IVUS can also be used to appropriately size stents and confirm completeness of treatment.

    Peripheral atherectomy devices

    Peripheral atherectomy devices
    Our peripheral atherectomy devices are excellent tools for removing blockages from the bloodstream. Our non-laser products operate as standalone devices that don't have to be paired with other systems.

    Peripheral therapy devices

    Peripheral therapy devices
    The adaptable Philips portfolio of peripheral vascular products and technologies help enable clinicians to quickly and accurately assess peripheral vascular patients, and prepare vessels for the precise delivery of optimal treatment.

    Live image guidance with ClarityIQ technology

    Vessels seen with ClarityIQ technology
    High-definition images of vessels with superior vascular detail to support precise treatment strategies, navigation and follow-up.

    Philips SmartPerfusion

    With perfusion angiography, physicians can conduct a simple and highly sensitive diagnostic test to predict whether a patient is likely to benefit from a second revascularization.
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    Product availability is subject to country regulatory clearance. Please contact your local sales representative to check the availability in your country.
    * Results from case studies are not predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary.

     

    References

    1. Jens S, Marquering HA, Koelemay MJ, Reekers JA. Perfusion angiography of the foot in patients with critical limb ischemia: description of the technique. Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol. 2015 Feb;38(1):201-5. doi: 10.1007/s00270-014-1036-5.
    2. Results are specific to the institution where they were obtained and may not reflect the results achievable at other institutions.

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