Physiological functional assessment of the coronary arteries from invasive angiograms
Diagnosis | Cardiology
DeepVessel AngioFFR will be a software-hardware integrated medical device that will use deep learning technology to perform a physiological functional assessment of the coronary arteries and compute FFR values from invasive coronary angiogram (ICA) scans. The solution will be used in preoperative planning, intraoperative guidance, and postoperative evaluation of the percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). In contrast with traditional methods, DeepVessel AngioFFR would calculate FFR values without requiring the use of vasodilator agents and pressure wire to potentially avoid complications and other side effects that may occur during an invasive procedure.
After inputting patients’ ICA images into DeepVessel AngioFFR, physicians would be able to view a 3D model of the patient’s coronary arteries, the FFR measurement results, and other important clinical data of the patient from the screen in real-time.
DeepVessel AngioFFR may include the following features:
- Quantitative analysis of the degree of myocardial ischemia caused by coronary artery stenosis
- Auxilary assessment diagnosis for treatment decisions and intervention effects of coronary atherosclerotic heart disease
- Functional assessment of coronary artery stenosis without adenosine and pressure guide wire
- Quantitative decision support for choosing optimal revascularization strategy
The description above contain forward-looking statements intended for investors. DeepVessel AngioFFR is in development and has not been reviewed by regulatory agencies. This product is not for sale.