CABG Model
CABG Model

CABG Model

Coronary

This is a triple vessel disease model with a triple coronary artery bypass grafting. The native coronary artery has a severe stenosis in the proximal LAD, a severe stenosis in the proximal LCX, and also a severe stenosis in the mid RCA.


CABG Model
CABG Model

Disease parts [ detachable & disporsable ]

  • Soft plaque

    75% stenosis with soft plaque suitable for direct stenting.

  • Concentric Calc

    75% stenosis with concentric calcification suitable for rotablation.

  • DCA

    75% stenosis with eccentric calciation suitable for DCA.

  • Perforation

    For bail-out scenario “Coronary Perforation”

  • ACS

    100% total occlusion
    easy to pass

Compatible Operating Procedure
Model CAG PCI CABG CTO BIF
Coronary angiography (CAG)
Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG)
Acute coronary syndromes (ACS)
IVUS / OCT
Fractal Flow Reserve (FFR)
Stenting
Rotablation
DCA
Coronary Bifurcation
Vascular rupture
Chronic total occlusion (CTO)
Recommended procedures

Stenting (Simple PCI procedure)

Stenting IVUS

This scenario shows a simple PCI; that is balloon dilatation followed by stent deployment. Imaging catheters (IVUS, OCT, Angioscopy) and FFR are also applicable. Training under X-ray fluoroscopy is more beneficial.

Atherectomy (Debulking procedures)

Atherectomy Atherectomy

This scenario allows trainees to understand the strategy behind dealing with various lesions, especially severe calcification. With calcified vessel parts, one can practice the debulking technique with Rotablator and Directional Coronary Atherectomy (DCA) devices. Training under X-ray fluoroscopy is more beneficial.

ACS (Thrombectomy, balloon and stenting)

Thrombus ACS

This scenario facilitates emergent PCI strategy including thrombectomy followed by balloon dilatation and stent deployment. In successful case, you can see some thrombus in a syringe along with a nice final angiography.

Stenting (Simple PCI procedure)
Stenting IVUS

This scenario shows a simple PCI; that is balloon dilatation followed by stent deployment. Imaging catheters (IVUS, OCT, Angioscopy) and FFR are also applicable. Training under X-ray fluoroscopy is more beneficial.

Atherectomy (Debulking procedures)
Atherectomy Atherectomy

This scenario facilitates emergent PCI strategy including thrombectomy followed by balloon dilatation and stent deployment. In successful case, you can see some thrombus in a syringe along with a nice final angiography.

ACS (Thrombectomy, balloon and stenting)
Thrombus ACS

This scenario facilitates emergent PCI strategy including thrombectomy followed by balloon dilatation and stent deployment. In successful case, you can see some thrombus in a syringe along with a nice final angiography.

Basic Set
Heart Model for CABG

Heart Model for CABG

A heart model suitable for practical training in CAG and PCI under X-ray fluoroscopy in the cath lab. Stent deployment and guide wire manipulation can be simulated with this model.

Special Tank

Special Tank

Transparent tank that provides high visibility for catheter use simulation with or without X-ray fluoroscopy. No more than six liters of water are required for training.

Pulsatile Pump

Pulsatile Pump

Our uniquely-developed pulsatile pump can be set by 30-120 bpm (1600-4000ml/min in flow volume.). Realistic coronary images are obtained by particular patterns of the cylinder movement. The pump and tank are connected with easy-to-prepare connectors to avoid water leaks and time losses.

Tubes with Sheath

Tubes with Sheath

Special tubes with sheath.
Number of tubes: 2 ( 6・8Fr )

Lubricant

Lubricant

Special lubricant for coating the inner surface of the heart model.
1 fl. oz. ( lasts for 20 coatings )

Hoses

Hoses

Hose with one-touch joint.


Heart Model
Heart Model for CABG

Heart Model for CABG

A heart model suitable for practical training in CAG and PCI under X-ray fluoroscopy in the cath lab. Stent deployment and guide wire manipulation can be simulated with this model.

Special Tank
Special Tank

Special Tank

Transparent tank that provides high visibility for catheter use simulation with or without X-ray fluoroscopy. No more than six liters of water are required for training.

Pulsatile Pump
Pulsatile Pump

Pulsatile Pump

Our uniquely-developed pulsatile pump can be set by 30-120 bpm (1600-4000ml/min in flow volume.). Realistic coronary images are obtained by particular patterns of the cylinder movement. The pump and tank are connected with easy-to-prepare connectors to avoid water leaks and time losses.

Tubes with Sheath
Tubes with Sheath

Tubes with Sheath

Special tubes with sheath.
Number of tubes: 2( 6・8Fr )

Lubricant
Lubricant

Lubricant

Special lubricant for coating the inner surface of the heart model.
1 fl. oz. ( lasts for 20 coatings )

Hoses
Hoses

Hoses

Hose with one-touch joint.

Contact

Product specifications can be customized and are subject to change without notice.
Please contact JMC for details.