The simulator is designed for training process in order to develop practical skills in endovascular intervention performance and to consolidate already existing theoretical knowledge of roentgen-endovascular treatment
Angio-X Smart is of a compact size and is easy to transport. The simulator is suitable for roadshows and trainings related to the endovascular surgery technologies
|Simulator components||Angio-X Expert||Angio-X Smart|
|Work with wide range of endovascular instruments simulation|
|Medical inflation device work simulation|
|Angiography system work simulation|
|Different types of endovascular interventions simulation, the list of interventions is being enlarged every year|
|Wide range of clinical cases for each intervention type|
|Exercises for basic skills of angiography system use|
|Easy to transport|
|Easy to use for roadshow and trainings|
|Complex solution ready for placement in a training room|
|Height adjusting of displays and working areas|
|Separate display unit for work with recorded angiography series|
Angio-X is a highly realistic endovascular interventions simulation solution providing wide opportunities for studying and training process for future surgeons and surgical teams.
Simulator series allows learning the ropes of angiography systems use, developing practical skills in endovascular instruments handling, consolidating already existing theoretical knowledge of technologies and tactics.
Simulator models variety makes it possible to select best suitable solution, regarding studying format, group size and required simulated intervention reality level.Download brochure (PDF, 2.2Mb)
Instrument tracking system
A few coaxially inserted instruments are being used during the endovascular intervention. We have developed the simulator’s tracking system regarding this important feature
- Movements of three instruments are being tracked simultaneously
- Longitudinal instrument movement tracking
- Instrument rotation tracking
- High movement detection precision
- System is calibrated automatically when the instruments are taken out
All instruments required for the endovascular intervention performance are being used in the simulator:
- Diagnostic and guiding endovascular catheter
- Diagnostic guidewire and microguidewire
- Embolic protection devices
- Balloon dilatation catheters
- Balloon-expandable and self-expanding stents
- Embolization coils
Angiography system imitation
Working with the simulator, a trainee masters the C-arm operation principle and studies modern angiographic technologies
- Realistic roentgenoscopic image
- Modeling of contrast agent spreading through the arteries
- Digital subtraction angiography technologies use
- Console and pedals imitate the management system of a real angiography system
- Separate display unit for work with recorded angiography series
Educational and practical modules
All the training modules designed for endovascular interventions include several different clinical cases. The program automatically tracks the intervention stages performance by a trainee during the simulation process
Intervention stages training with different stenosis locations,
distal embolism protection devices and self-expanding stents use principles
Selective catheterization of coronary arteries studying considering various aorta anatomy types, microguidewires, dilatation catheters, balloon-expending stents use in different cardiac branch vessels
Intervention stages performance training focused on specific renal arteries origin cases and different vessel affections localization
Angioplasty and iliac stenting with use of ipsilateral and contralateral femoral approach
Possibility to train a complicated procedure of angioplasty and intracranial arteries stenting and to consolidate the knowledge of intervention tactics
Intracranial aneurism coil embolization
Intracranial aneurism coil embolization technique studying regarding different anatomy types and affection localizations, microcatheters and embolization coils use principles studying
Uterine arteries embolization
Uterine arteries embolization stages and specific aspects mastering regarding different types of anatomy. Use of a special catheter for uterine arteries embolization and embolic agents
Basic skills in endovascular surgery
Endovascular catheters guidewires, embolization coils in non-anatomical environment use training.
Angiograph use basics studying
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair is a training module with two different anatomies helping to understand main procedural steps of system including abdominal bifurcated stent graft and contralateral leg use, its positioning and deployment.
Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm Repair is a training module with two different anatomies helping to understand main procedural steps of thoracic stent graft use, its positioning and deployment.
Advanced coronary interventions
Mastering of selective coronary catheterization, dilatation and cardiac pathologies stenting (including both stenoses and occlusion) specific aspects are being performed in the intervention course.
Anatomies used in the exercises are based on the DICOM of real patients; instrument physics fully corresponds to real intraoperative ones. Various complications could occur in the intervention course due to the trainee incorrect actions.
Angioplasty and BTK arteries affected areas stenting are being performed during the intervention. Cases include different anatomy types and vessel affections localizations.
Superficial femoral artery
Angioplasty and SFA affected areas stenting are being performed during the intervention. Different affect types include stenoses, occlusions, aneurisms, bypass blockage. Various types of intraoperative instruments are used including microguide wires of a different form and diameter, stents and stent-grafts, Re Entry devices and balloons.
Acute Ishemic Stroke
In this module all steps are performed to remove the thrombus with the stent retriever. Promptly perform all steps of the intervention, including diagnosis, placement of instruments beyond the thrombus area, aspiration, accurate thrombus extraction and final angiography.