The VIST®-C system is a portable high-fidelity endovascular simulator enabling hands-on procedural training for clinicians and medical professionals. Flexible, light-weight and easy-to-use, the VIST®-C is an ideal choice for any training location. Equipped with a full physics simulation engine and advanced tactile feedback technology, the system provides unparalleled simulation realism for a comprehensive range of angiography and interventional training procedures.
Available with these training modules:
A range of patient cases with anatomies and scenarios, facilitating knowledge based and procedural skills training for this procedure.
Professional hands-on training of technical skills and complex challenges - for both novices and more experienced interventional cardiologists.
Cardiac Rhythm Management
Designed for training the knowledge and skills required for selection and placement of pacemakers and CRT devices.
Designed to learn the skills essential to safely perform transseptal puncture of the fossa ovalis and gain access to the left atrium of the heart.
A range of patient cases with different peripheral anatomies, facilitating technical and procedural training of core angiography skills.
For training of renal angiography, angioplasty and stenting, with a variety of lesion locations, anatomical variations and challenges.
The iliac and SFA module offers an introduction to endovascular intervention in the peripheral arteries in a risk-free environment.
For physicians and medical professionals performing limb-salvaging interventional procedures in the lower leg.
Endovascular Aortic Repair
Training of endovascular management of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms in a risk-free environment.
Training for a variety of anatomies and lesion placements including hostile necks, high lesions and radiation induced stenoses.
Designed to learn the skills essential to cerebral interventional procedures. The module offers a variety of anatomies and scenarios.
Uterine Artery Embolization
Training of particle based embolization and the techniques for gaining access to the uterine arteries.