Renal-Denervation

Hands-on training for the treatment of resistant hypertension

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This learning module is designed for:
Interventional radiologists
Interventional cardiologists

Mentice Renal Denervation is designed for the fields of interventional cardiology and radiology, for those who want to learn or teach the steps to treat resistant hypertension. A modern renal denervation system is supported, and a variety of realistic patient scenarios and anatomies are available to prepare the user for challenges that may occur in a clinical practice setting. This module assumes familiarity with endovascular catheterization and intervention techniques, as well as a basic understanding of RF ablation. A balloon-based ablation system is included which allows the operator to build experience with one of the most promising techniques currently available.

A highly advanced ablation model, reproducing real-life effects from wall proximity and tip cooling due to blood flow, and sophisticated 3D visualization of the exact ablated regions, provides the best training available for practicing accurate and effective delivery of renal denervation therapy.

Features & Benefits

Key Benefits

Introduction to techniques for renal denervation

Improving quality and consistency of treatment delivery

Training interventionalists in the techniques of renal denervation

Complication management

Features & Benefits

• Balloon-based renal ablation system supported

• Includes common anatomical variations

• Realistic device behavior requiring appropriate device selection

• Accurate ablation model accounts for wall proximity and blood flow cooling

• 3D review of actual ablation points for augmented learning

• Complications like spasm and vasovagal response

• Ablation generator with impedance and temperature measurements

• Detailed metrics for assessment and debriefing

Training Objectives

• Properly position the renal denervation system

• Select appropriate ablation points within the renal artery

• Mitigate spasms during ablation

• Handle double renal arteries and small vessels

• Manage complications such as vasovagal response

• Choose strategies for renal lesions

• Select and execute pain relieving strategy

Case Layout

Total of 3 interactive cases rising in difficulty and covering both anatomical and procedural challenges
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