TAVI Analysis

Automatically segments the aorta and displays the aortic valve in multiple views for quick and easy measurements of the annulus.

TAVI analysis is a post processing software application compatible with the GE AW Server 3.1 and AW 4.7 releases.  

TAVI Analysis is a planning tool used in the pre-procedure planning of Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implementation (or TAVR, Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement) to assist clinicians in a consistent and more efficient evaluation and sizing of the aortic valve as well as to help in the determination of what path they will use to introduce the catheter for valve implementation.  

TAVI analysis is designed to provide an optimized non-invasive method to analyze vascular anatomy and pathology and aid in determining treatment paths from CT Angiography images.  The tools within TAVI Analysis will assist with sizing of the aortic annulus, planning the access route for catheter insertion and can be exported to the interventional suite to overlay onto the fluoroscopy images to help visualize during the interventional procedure.

Complete the TAVI/TAVR work-up in 3 easy steps:

1) Aortic Annulus Sizing
The TAVI Analysis software removes the time consuming task of orientating to the aortic valve plane by automatically finding the aortic annulus and providing a consistent workflow to guide users through obtaining measurements for a complete assessment in determining the appropriate valve size.
  • Automatic orientation to the aortic annulus plane
  • Guided workflow to walk you through the necessary measurements for determining valve size
  • Ability to capture measurements and images into a report for easy communication with heart team
2) Aorta Analysis
The TAVI Analysis protocol steps users directly from the valve planning portion of the assessment into the review and measurement process for clinicians to determine the best access route for the catheter to traverse.
  • Automatic bone removal
  • Real time centerline tracking
  • Minimum diameters at any point in the aorta
  • Automatically captured in report
3) Procedure Preparation
The final step in the TAVI analysis protocol is centered on sharing and displaying the CT findings to the interventional suite.  No need to recreate the VRs or measurements, simply send them directly from TAVI Analysis.
  • Automatic VR models showing solid aorta and calcifications
  • Display of C-arm orientations with one touch perpendicular views
  • Save States to be opened and displayed in interventional suite
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Developer
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GE Healthcare
Product line
  • AW Advanced Visualization
Compatible devices
  • AW Workstation V4.7
  • AW Server 3.2 Ext 3.3
Version
  • Volume Viewer 15 Ext 2
Release date
  • 31 January 2020
Regional availability
  • USCAN
Languages
  • English
Product Tags
CTCardiologyApplicationImaging & Visualization

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