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Wireless FFR Device (wFFR)

Assists decision making on revascularization strategy 

Non-invasive measurement of the gold standard Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR) has now come into practice in CathLabs by our state-of-the-art calculator. It works as convenient as plugging the protable wFFR device into your angiography workstation. 


It is empowered by cutting-edge image processing techniques and advanced haemodynamic solvers to deliver real-time evaluation of myocardial ischemia.


​​​​​​​Virtual Stenting technology allows interventionalist to anticipate FFR improvements after angioplasty. This scenario plays a key role when deciding on bypass or stenting of either lesions. 

Protect Organs from Injuries by

Ischemic Preconditioning

HEARTGUARD

A portable device for non-invasive remote ischemic conditioning 

A fully automated device to administer an optimal remote ischemic conditioning in

​​​​​​​ambulance and hospital settings.


A modern system is devised to automatically apply the required ischemic pressure, to achieve an effective conditioning.​​​​​​​

It reduces the risk of stroke and failure by preparing the organs for intervention and surgeries when blood supply may be temporarily interrupted. ​​​​​​​

Advanced Medical Image Processing

to Better Diagnose Patients' Disease

Intravascular Analyzer

An intelligent software embedded in a portable device

A fully automated software package to analyze the cross-sectional images of artery taken via intravascular ultrasound imaging modalities (IVUS, TVC, CT) to detect the contour shapes of intima, adventitia and plaques within blood vessel.


Harnessing advanced image processing, machine learning, and artificial intelligent technologies has given Intravascular Analyzer an unparalleled capability to perform super accurate image segmentations on thousands of frames. 


You simply plug this device into existing intravascular imaging modalities to perform real-time virtual histology and to extract the location, volume and distribution of athersclerosis plaques. Inner lumen outputs could be then utilized for making exact in-vitro or in-silico models of blood vessels.