Products

Device manufacturing companies can also use this system for testing prototypes, or promoting devices currently on sale.

CORONARY

Coronary Model

CAG model

This system facilitates the entire training for catheter-based techniques necessary in CAG and basic PCI.

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CTO Model

This is a chronic total occlusion disease model. It features multiple collateral channels between LAD and RCA, and between LCX and RCA.

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CABG Model

This is a triple vessel disease model with a triple coronary artery bypass grafting.

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PCI Model

This model allows trainees to understand the strategy behind dealing with various lesions, especially severe calcification.

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STRUCTURE

Structure Model

TAVI Model

A detachable aortic valve part can be helpful for quick preparation and effective training.

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LAA Closure Model

This model facilitates training for the LAA closure procedure, a catheter-based operation for patients at risk of stroke due to atrial fibrillation.

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ASD Closure Model

This model facilitates training for the ASD closure procedure, a catheter-based operation for patients with congenital defects of the atrial septum.

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ABLATION

Ablation Model

Ablation Model

This model facilitates technical training for catheter manipulation and 3D mapping, which are basic skills required for catheter ablation.

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PVI Model

HEARTROID PVI model facilitates simulated training of a pulmonary vein isolation procedure, with or without X-ray visualization.

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PERIPHERAL

Peripheral Model

RDN Model

HEARTROID RDN model allows trainees to understand how to manipulate catheters during RDN (renal denervation) procedure with or without X-ray fluoroscopy.

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EVT Model

HEARTROID EVT model facilitates simulation for peripheral intervention procedures under X-ray fluoroscopy and non-fluoroscopic situation.

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OTHERS

Others Model

Myocardial Biopsy Model

With this model, the myocardial biopsy procedure can be simulated under X-ray fluoroscopy, similar to the set-up in a real cath lab.

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CAG model

CAG model

This system facilitates the entire training for catheter-based techniques necessary in CAG and basic PCI.

Read more
CTO Model

CTO Model

This is a chronic total occlusion disease model. It features multiple collateral channels between LAD and RCA, and between LCX and RCA.

Read more
CABG Model

CABG Model

This is a triple vessel disease model with a triple coronary artery bypass grafting.

Read more
PCI Model

PCI Model

This model allows trainees to understand the strategy behind dealing with various lesions, especially severe calcification.

Read more
TAVI Model

TAVI Model

A detachable aortic valve part can be helpful for quick preparation and effective training.

Read more
LAA Closure Model

LAA Closure Model

This model facilitates training for the LAA closure procedure, a catheter-based operation for patients at risk of stroke due to atrial fibrillation.

Read more
ASD Closure Model

ASD Closure Model

This model facilitates training for the ASD closure procedure, a catheter-based operation for patients with congenital defects of the atrial septum.

Read more
Ablation Model

Ablation Model

This model facilitates technical training for catheter manipulation and 3D mapping, which are basic skills required for catheter ablation.

Read more
PVI Model

PVI Model

HEARTROID PVI model facilitates simulated training of a pulmonary vein isolation procedure, with or without X-ray visualization.

Read more
RDN Model

RDN Model

HEARTROID RDN model allows trainees to understand how to manipulate catheters during RDN (renal denervation) procedure with or without X-ray fluoroscopy.

Read more
EVT Model

EVT Model

HEARTROID EVT model facilitates simulation for peripheral intervention procedures under X-ray fluoroscopy and non-fluoroscopic situation.

Read more
Myocardial Biopsy Model

Myocardial Biopsy Model

With this model, the myocardial biopsy procedure can be simulated under X-ray fluoroscopy, similar to the set-up in a real cath lab.

Read more