Mentice Coronary Angiography is designed for healthcare professionals to develop the essential skills specific to LV-grams and coronary angiography in a risk-free training environment. The module provides a range of patient cases with distinguished anatomies and scenarios, facilitating knowledge-based and procedural skills training for this procedure.

The module provides an opportunity to teach core coronary angiography skills to a variety of learner
levels. It sets a new standard for medical education and the learning objectives are designed to fulfill both technical and cognitive skills acquisition for cardiologists and all members of the procedure team.

All cases have the choice of either femoral or transradial access. The cases include both normal coronary anatomies and less common variations, as well as complete patient case descriptions and a large collection of available medications and clinical devices.

 

Key Benefits

  • Learn the principles of coronary angiography
  • Practice safe x-ray use and C-arm positioning
  • Acquire technical and manipulation skills
  • Teach coronary anatomy and variations
  • Understand the transradial approach

 

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[fa icon="plus-square"] Features and Functionalities
  • Complete clinical case scenarios
  • All cases support femoral and transradial approach
  • Cases include right and left dominant systems with variations such as separate LAD & CX, short LM, etc.
  • 15 different drugs including heparin, morphine and nitroglycerine
  • Large device inventory with 24 selective catheter shapes
  • Power injector with user definable volume and flow rate
  • Complications such as spasm
  • Vital signs responsive to catheter manipulation and placement
  • Detailed metrics for assessment and debriefing
[fa icon="plus-square"] Training Objectives
  • Choose appropriate clinical devices for coronary angiography
  • Learn best practice use of fluoroscopy to reduce radiation
  • Achieve access to coronary arteries via transradial approach
  • Avoid and manage spasm in transradial approach
  • Safely manipulate devices in coronary arteries
  • Identify lesions and coronary anomalies
  • Perform measurements to analyze lesion diameter and length
  • Respond to changes in vital signs and ECG
  • Safely gain access to the left ventricle
  • Perform LV-grams and determine ejection fraction
  • Identify heart wall conditions