Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) is a circulation disorder that affects the arteries that carry blood to the head, organs and limbs. It is typically caused by a buildup of plaque that causes narrowing and blockage. PVD may cause swelling and severe pain in the affected lower extremity, as well as restricted mobility due to pain or discomfort.

Diagnosis and intervention are important as PVD may increase the risk of ischemia and lead to serious complications, including poor wound healing and amputation.

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ACIST HDi

HDi High-Definition IVUS System enables optimized visualization to inform and illuminate coronary and peripheral intervention strategy through advanced imaging modes, improved deliverability of the Kodama IVUS Catheter and interactive compact console.

 

The ACIST HDi System is intended to be used for ultrasound examination of coronary and peripheral intravascular pathology. Intravascular ultrasound imaging is indicated in patients who are candidates for transluminal interventional procedures.

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ACIST HDi

HDi High-Definition IVUS System enables optimized visualization to inform and illuminate coronary and peripheral intervention strategy through advanced imaging modes, improved deliverability of the Kodama IVUS Catheter and interactive compact console.

ACIST RXi

RXi and the ACIST Navvus® MicroCatheter give you the freedom to quickly and easily assess Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR) using your 0.014” guidewire of choice along with a simple and intuitive user interface and flexible mounting configurations.

 

The ACIST Rapid Exchange (RXI) System is indicated for obtaining intravascular pressure measurements for use in the diagnosis and treatment of coronary and peripheral artery disease.

ACIST RXi

RXi and the ACIST Navvus® MicroCatheter give you the freedom to quickly and easily assess Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR) using your 0.014” guidewire of choice along with a simple and intuitive user interface and flexible mounting configurations.

ACIST CVi

CVi Contrast Delivery System gives you the power to deliver real-time, variable-flow control of the contrast for precise and consistent contrast administration with built-in air column detection sensor alerts that improves patient and operator safety.

 

The ACIST CVi® Contrast Delivery System is indicated for controlled administration of radiopaque contrast media and saline to human subjects while undergoing angiographic procedures.

ACIST CVi

CVi Contrast Delivery System gives you the power to deliver real-time, variable-flow control of the contrast for precise and consistent contrast administration with built-in air column detection sensor alerts that improves patient and operator safety.