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ILUMIEN ™ PCI Optimization System The real voyage of discovery consists of not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust
IL·LU·MI·NATE ADJECTIVE, NOUN,VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) 1.to supply or brighten with light; light up. (OCT) 2.to make lucid or clear; throw light on (a subject). (FFR+OCT) 3.to enlighten, as with knowledge. (FFR+OCT) That which illuminates gives light; especially, intellectual light or knowledge.
With Knowledge Comes Clarity
Optimize PCI Knowing which lesion to treat and how to treat it is the key to optimizing interventional treatment strategies.
FFR guides PCI by identifying culprit lesions responsible for ischemia, ensuring a fully functional revascularization. Compared to PCI guided with angiography alone, FFR- guided PCI greatly improves outcomes. 1 ↓ ↑ The ultra high resolution of OCT makes it the ideal tool to visualize vasculature, optimize stent implantation, strut coverage, neointimal response and follow-up.², ³ PCI Optimized by FFR and OCT PCI Optimized by FFR and OCT FFR ‘WHAT TO TREAT’ IDENTIFY culprit lesions for full functional for full functionalrevascularizationFFR ‘WHAT TO TREAT’ IDENTIFY culprit lesions for full functional for full functionalrevascularizationOCT ‘HOW TO TREAT’ OPTIMIZE Stent implantation with superior visualization OCT ‘HOW TO TREAT’ OPTIMIZE Stent implantation with superior visualization
One Platform. Light Years Ahead. Moving Forward.
CONFIDENTIAL – INTERNAL USE ONLY Mobile Integration “The ease of use of an integrated system — with the flexibility and cost efficiency of a mobile unit”
Mobile Integration FAST Wireless FFR setup in one or multiple labs Move between FFR and OCT modalities with one touch EASY Quick and easy movement between multiple labs Easy on-screen guide simplifies procedures FLEXIBLE Integrated case storage and easy patient ID retrieval Software upgradeable
The Clear Advantage FFR: FAME Study 1 and Wireless Technology FAME Shows that FFR: Reduces rates of death, myocardial, infarction and repeat revascularization Identifies culprit lesions that can cause ischemia, Is cost saving and does not prolong procedure time. ILUMIEN has Wireless FFR. PressureWire™ Aeris™ OCT: Original and Superior (to any existing imaging) ILUMIEN OCT resolution is 10 times better and 20 times faster than IVUS. 4-8 Optimize stents: Implantation, placement, strut coverage, neointimal response and follow-up. 2,3 Differentiate and classify plaque. 9 The first system combining FFR and OCT
The Clear Advantage First to combine FFR and OCT in one convenient system Wireless (FFR) for easy set-up Quick, easy transition between rooms Sole sponsor of the FAME trial with PressureWire Aeris Provides physicians with more information to optimize PCI
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