Coronary Intermediate is the second product in our comprehensive coronary intervention training platform. Preceded by Essentials and followed by Advanced. Fellows who already possess elementary skills in angiography and angioplasty will find this software an invaluable tool for further development.
The software guides the user through critical steps of treating Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI), Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) and Chronic Total Occlusion (CTO). Successful interventions do not only require interventionalists to be proficient in every step of the intervention, but also to know when to use which technique and taking appropriate and critical decisions during challenging procedures.Download Brochure
The case selection builds up your proficiency in handling a variety of case scenarios of different difficulty and helps you to:
8 interactive cases
Manage challenging interventions in post-CABG PCI anatomies that vary substantially from native vessels and require different tools and methods.
Detailed metrics and benchmarking tools allow users to track progress to help optimize training and identify areas that need improvement.
Physiology modalities FFR, RFR, & iFR allow users to investigate lesions and interpret pressure curves to help plan treatment strategies.
Acute myocardial infarction (AMI) scenarios will help prepare teams for challenging and time-critical procedures.
Built in step-by-step expert guidance in all cases encourages self-learning without the need for proctoring.
IVUS & OCT intravascular imaging helps users assess lesions to support and guide decision-making in challenging cases.
Companion proctor app for iPad provides the ability to customize scenarios and trigger real-time complications for case expansion & increased interaction between proctor and trainees.
It is critical to use simulation to train fellows and students on treating real patients with myocardial infarction. In the case of myocardial infarction, time is muscle and it is of utter importance to act quickly, effectively and avoid complications. In my opinion, Coronary Intermediate can help build competence in performing such interventions.