CENTERLINE BIOMEDICAL IOPS™

FDA Cleared Endovascular Navigation Technology

Centerline Biomedical IOPS Imaging
  • Mitigate Radiation Exposure
  • Real Time Navigation
  • 3D Color Image Guidance
Centerline Biomedical IOPS Imaging

CENTERLINE BIOMEDICAL IOPS™

FDA Cleared Endovascular Navigation Technology

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Mitigate Radiation Exposure

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Real Time Navigation

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3D Color Image Guidance

Advancing Surgical Navigation

As endovascular procedures become more complex, we experience longer surgery times, high readmission rate, mounting costs, and increased radiation exposure. Change is long overdue.

Intra-Operative Positioning System (IOPS™)

TODAY

X-Ray Fluoroscopy

  • Current “gold standard”
  • Used in 4 million procedures per year
  • Low-quality 2D Image Guidance
  • Relies on harmful radiation and contrast dye
Photo from IOPS Demo

TOMORROW

IOPS™ Navigation

  • Interactive navigation with real-time positioning
  • High-quality 3D Image Guidance
  • Portable system
  • Decrease radiation exposure

TODAY

X-Ray Fluoroscopy

  • Current “gold standard”
  • Used in 4 million procedures per year
  • Low-quality 2D Image Guidance
  • Relies on harmful radiation and contrast dye
Photo from IOPS Demo

TOMORROW

IOPS™ Navigation

  • Interactive navigation with real-time positioning
  • High-quality 3D Image Guidance
  • Portable system
  • Decrease radiation exposure

TODAY

X-Ray Fluoroscopy

  • Current “gold standard”
  • Used in 4 million procedures per year
  • Low-quality 2D Image Guidance
  • Relies on harmful radiation and contrast dye
Photo from IOPS Demo

TOMORROW

IOPS™ Navigation

  • Interactive navigation with real-time positioning
  • High-quality 3D Image Guidance
  • Portable system
  • Decrease radiation exposure

Mitigate the Growing Risk of Radiation Exposure

“It’s estimated that complex cases have a 15 times higher dose of radiation compared to a standard endovascular case.”

GUSTAVO ODERICH, MD

Chief and Professor of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at UTHealth and Memorial Hermann Hospitals, Director for the Advanced Endovascular Aortic Program

Radiation Exposure Risk 1

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Display significant posterior subcapsular lens changes, a precursor to cataracts 1

Radiation Exposure Risk 2

%

Of self-reported brain tumors in interventionalists originated on the left side of the head, the area closest to the radiation source 2

Radiation Exposure Risk 3

%

Incidence of spine issues after 21 years in practice, a result of wearing heavy radiation protection apparel 3

Radiation Exposure Risk 4

%

Of interventional cardiologists miss work due to orthopedic issues 4

1. Vano E, et al. Radiation-associated lens opacities in catheterization personnel: results of a survey and direct assessments. Journal of Vascular Interventional Radiology 2013;2: 197-204.

2. Roguin A, et al. Brain tumours among interventional cardiologists: a cause for alarm? Report of four new cases from two cities and a review of the literature. Eurointervention 2012;7:1081-1086.
3. Dehmer G, et al. Occupational Hazards for Interventional Cardiologists, The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions. Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions; 2006;68, 6, 974-976.
4. Goldstein J, et al. Occupational hazards of interventional cardiologists: prevalence of orthopedic health problems in contemporary practice. Catheter Cardiovasc Interv 2004; 63:407-211. 15558765

“This will be a game-changer in the era of endovascular therapy.”

MATTHEW EAGLETON, MD  –  Chief of Vascular Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital

COLLABORATIONS

Cleveland Clinic
USA Army Institute of Surgical Research (ISR)
USA Air Force 59th