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Cath Lab System Integration with OPTIS™ Imaging Systems

Abbott’s OPTIS™ Imaging Systems are easily integrated with the cath lab systems.
 

Integration of FFR/RFR* with cath lab recording hemodynamic system via Wi‑Box™ AO Transmitter connection

The OPTIS™ Imaging System displays coronary physiology (FFR/RFR*) measurement using a wireless PressureWire™ Guidewire and an external aortic pressure (AO) transducer. Aortic pressure signal is sent from an AO transducer to Wi-Box™ AO Transmitter and wirelessly transmitted to the OPTIS™ Imaging System.1
 

Wi-Box™ AO Transmitter sends signal wireless to the OPTIS™ Integrated System. Components shown include Wi-Box™ AO Transmitter, DOC, TSC and OCT user interface display on the Boom Monitor
Wi-Box™ AO Transmitter sends signal wireless to the OPTIS™ Integrated System. Components shown include Wi-Box™ AO Transmitter, DOC, TSC and OCT user interface display on the Boom Monitor


Wi-Box™ AO Transmitter is a small device easily installed by mounting on the base of the cath lab table. No cables to connect to OPTIS™ Imaging System, no clutter, no interference with the flow of the PCI procedure. Wi-Box™ AO Transmitter sends the AO pressure signal wirelessly to the OPTIS™ Imaging System and the output is displayed on the existing cath lab monitors.

DICOM Integration

OPTIS™ Imaging Systems implement several DICOM services for exchanging information and images. These systems allow for the querying of patient information from a network storage device, as well as the storing of acquired OCT images and physiology images, as “secondary capture” images, to the network storage device or CD/DVD.
 

DICOM integration features:2

  • DICOM Modality Worklist Query (results shown in Add Patient wizard)
  • Export to DICOM storage server
  • Export to USB (DICOM)
  • Export to USB (raw)

To view DICOM conformance statement, please click here.

DICOM=Digital Imaging and Communication in Medicine

Connection to the Boom monitor

OPTIS™ Imaging Systems can be easily connected to standard Boom monitors in the cath lab to display the OCT user interface on the boom monitor to view PCI information from the procedure table.
 

OPTIS™ Imaging Systems can be easily connected to standard boom monitors in the cath lab to display the OCT user interface on the boom monitor to view PCI information from the bedside.
OPTIS™ Integrated System, OPTIS™ Mobile System and an added QUANTIEN™ Measurement System set up. Components shown include Wi-Box™ AO Transmitter, DOC, TSC and OCT user interface displayed on the Boom Monitor.

Connection options:

  1. OPTIS™ Integrated Imaging System is connected to Boom Monitor via DVI Extender
  2. OPTIS™ Mobile System is connected via Connectivity Boom Box

For more details on the DVI extender and Connectivity Box, see system components in the OPTIS™ Imaging Systems page.

Connection to cath lab angio systems

The OPTIS ™ Imaging Systems can be integrated with the cath lab angio systems to display OCT and angio co-registration (ACR) on the same screen.

OCT and angio co-registration (ACR)
OCT and angio co-registration (ACR)

*RFR is available with AptiVue™ Imaging Software and Ultreon™ 1.0 Software.

 

Notes

  1. Compatible with most of hemodynamic systems in the cath lab that are following ANSI/AAMI standards.
  2. Available with AptiVue™ Imaging Software.

References

Refer to Instructions For Use (IFU) for additional information.

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