Join Us! San Diego Cardiovascular Interventions: Robotics & CHIP
Not rendering correctly? View this email as a web page here.
Main Header


SDCI 2016
Join Us! San Diego Cardiovascular Interventions: Robotics & CHIP

Learn from thought leaders in interventional cardiology as they discuss novel and innovative therapeutic options for patients with high-risk and complex coronary and peripheral vascular anatomy. Attendees will learn from experts on the use of robotic therapy for complex interventions in addition to better understanding the use of various tools to reduce occupational hazards. In addition, the course will feature live robotic-assisted cases transmitted from the UC San Diego Sulpizio Cardiovascular Center.

SDCI Register

SDCI Agenda

SDCI Faculty

New study highlights potential reductions in staff radiation exposure during robotic PCI versus manual PCI

New study highlights potential reductions in staff radiation exposure during robotic PCI versus manual PCI

In a recent abstract, presented at SCAI 2016, Dr. Paul Campbell highlighted the results of a study designed to evaluate staff exposure to X-ray during robotic-assisted PCI compared to manual PCI. During the study, bedside staff saw a 15% reduction in radiation exposure during robotic-assisted procedures. Click here to learn more about how robotics may enable a reduction in radiation exposure to cath lab teams.

Learn More



ORSIF issues white paper supplement & video highlighting career exposure in the cath lab

Recently, the Organization for Occupational Radiation Safety in Interventional Fluoroscopy released a supplement to the white paper originally published in 2015. The supplement cites a two-fold increase in publications on occupational hazards in the cath lab year over year, pointing to a significant increase in awareness for the risks cath lab workers face. In addition, the organization debuted a new video highlighting the significant exposure interventionalists and their teams incur over a career.

Download the Supplement

View the Video


Complex Case of the Month

Complex Case of the Month

On a monthly basis, we will be featuring a complex robotic PCI case performed by a CorPath user. If you are interested in being featured for an interesting procedure performed using CorPath, please contact your Clinical Account Manager.

CorPath® PCI of Tortuous Anatomy Using Guidezilla

In this case, Dr. Michael Ragosta was able to integrate ancillary devices into his robotic-assisted procedure for a patient with multi-vessel disease. During the procedure, Dr. Ragosta was enabled by enhanced visualization while seated in the CorPath’s Interventional Cockpit, facilitating precise stent manipulation through a tortuous anatomy.

Download the Case Study

For more information on CorPath email:

Copyright Corindus, Inc.
309 Waverley Oaks Road, Suite 105, Waltham, MA 02452, US
Corporate Office: 508-653-3335 | Sales & Customer Service: 800-605-9635 | Fax: 508-232-6000 | Contact us