by Lisa Chamoff
, Contributing Reporter | March 27, 2017
From the March 2017 issue of HealthCare Business News magazine
The platform, which can be used for a range of procedures, including minimally-invasive cardiac interventions, has its own operating system and can integrate other exams, such as preoperative CT images, as well as patient data, in real time. “It’s an open platform where we can integrate all the necessary information,” van Meurs says.
The user interface allows clinicians to preprogram their own personalized settings to help reduce procedure time. They can also control the system next to the table, meaning they spend less time moving between the exam and control rooms. The Azurion received FDA clearance last year. The only market requiring regulatory approval is China. The company already has more than 20 systems installed around the world. “We’ve gotten already a lot of positive feedback,” van Meurs says.Back to HCB News