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FVET

Revealing braided stent behavior

PRODUCT
FVET allows the personalized predictive evaluation of braided stent treatment for precise and safe implantation. FVET relies on state-of-the-art simulation technology to obtain the final length and position of the stent.

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BENEFITS
  • Easy selection of the best suited stent.
  • Vessel morphology characterization of the aneurysm region.
  • Stent final length and proximal landing position.
  • Assessment of stent-wall attachment and local porosity.
  • Support for a selected range of commercially available braided stents.


TECHNOLOGY
FVET is a software application that processes DICOM 3DRA data that analyses the patient’s anatomy to produce the morphology of the vasculature. From this, the software suggests a best fit from its database of commercially available flow diverter braided devices. The user can then assess the final length of the desired device and its wall attachment to a degree of accuracy of over 95%. Furthermore, the device porosity can be calculated and easily visualised using a color code displayed on the device for a detailed evaluation of treatment.
Galgo Medical’s foreshortening technology has been validated using synthetic models and real case images in both 2D and 3D images, from which the actual length of the devices was measured and compared to the predicted length.

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PUBLICATIONS
  1. ] H. Fernández , J. M. Macho, J. Blasco, L. San Roman, W. Mailaender, L. Serra and I. Larrabide. Computation of the Change in Length of a Braided Device When Deployed in Realistic Vessel Models. International Journal for Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (IJCARS). Vol. 10(10):1659-65. June 2015.
  2. J. M. Macho, J. Blasco, L. San Román, W. Mailaender, R. Kale, L. Serra, H. Fernández, I. Larrabide, “Computation of the Change in Length of a Braided Device when Deployed in Realistic Vessel Models”, Anatomy-Biology-Clinical Correlations. Working Group in Interventional Neuroradiology (ABC-WIN 2016), Val d’Isère (France), 17-22th January 2016.
  3.  J. M. Macho, J. Blasco, L. San Román, W. Mailaender, R. Kale, L. Serra, H. Fernández, I. Larrabide, “Computation of the Change in Length of a Braided Device when Deployed in Realistic Vessel Models”, ASNR 54th Annual Meeting, Washington D.C (United States), 21-26th May 2016.


Disclaimer & Regulatory Information

FVET must be used by trained medical professionals or technicians who are qualified to perform clinical analyses.
FVET is intended for research use and should not be used for diagnosis or treatment planning.
FVET is currently under CE marking process.