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The PressureWire Receiver is a wireless receiver used with the PressureWire X guidewire to provide accurate assessment of fractional flow reserve (FFR) measurements.

The PressureWire Receiver connects directly to the standard pressure transducer input on any cardiac cath lab recording system. This receiver—which can be attached easily to the cath lab table —uses advanced “frequency hopping” to ensure a secure radio signal with the PressureWire X guidewire.

The secure, wireless connection between the PressureWire X guidewire and the PressureWire Receiver eliminates the possibility of cables crossing the sterile field.

PressureWire Transmitter, PressureWire Receiver, and hemodynamic recording

PressureWire Transmitter, PressureWire Receiver, and hemodynamic recording

PressureWire Transmitter, PressureWire Receiver, and hemodynamic recording

FEATURES OF THE PRESSUREWIRE RECEIVER

The PressureWire Receiver ensures secure communication for accurate fractional flow reserve (FFR) results.

  • The PressureWire transmitter and receiving system lock to each other at calibration using a unique identification code. The receiver cannot receive pressure from any other PressureWire X guidewire being used in the vicinity.
  • The system uses advanced frequency-hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) technology and very low radio power to avoid interfering with or being disturbed by other systems in the cardiac cath lab.
  • The system changes radio frequency 400 times per second so that even if there are several interfering radio sources it will always locate other available frequencies.
  • Mobile phones, computer networks or x-ray equipment will not disturb the radio signal.
  • If a power failure occurs, the receiving system stores the last connected PressureWire X guidewire in its memory for automatic reconnection.

PressureWire Receiver

INTUITIVE FUNCTIONALITY

The “Plus” button:

  • Increases pressure offset by +1 mmHg or
  • Increases reference level output in Refout mode

The “Connect” button is:

  • Pressed once to connect to PressureWire X guidewire
  • Pressed and held > 3 second to enter Refout mode
  • (While in Refout mode) Pressed once to exit

The “Minus” button:

  • Decreases pressure offset by -1 mmHg or
  • Decreases reference level output in Refout mode


PERFORMANCE IN A HEMODYNAMIC RECORDING SYSTEM

The PressureWire X guidewire is a key component of an FFR-enabled hemodynamic recording system. When the PressureWire Receiver is plugged directly into the recording system front end, users can count on:

  • FFR presented in real time on existing monitor screens
  • Recording and analysis of FFR recordings on screens inside the cardiac cath lab and control room
  • Configurable beat- or time-based pressure averaging
  • Easy software equalization of Pa and Pd pressures*
  • Complete documentation of FFR measurements

FFR Compatible Recording Systems

Siemens AXIOM Sensis‡ Merge HeartSuite‡
GE Mac-Lab‡ Ortivus CoroNet PCI‡
Philips Xper Flex Cardio‡ CathMed Picasso‡
McKesson Horizon Cardiology‡ Fysicon QynetiQ CVIS‡
Mennen Horizon XVu‡  


* Pa: proximal coronary pressure; Pd: distal coronary pressure
‡ Indicates a third party trademark, which is property of its respective owner

ORDERING INFORMATION

The PressureWire Receiver, which comes with a Table Mount (1 unit per box), requires a Monitor Cable for connection.


REORDER NUMBER DESCRIPTION
C17040 PressureWire Receiver

AP2946464-WBO Rev. A

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