Hansen Medical, Inc., the global leader in intravascular robotics, today announced it will exhibit its Magellan™ Robotic System at the 42nd Annual VEITHsymposium®, November 17 - 21 at the New York Hilton-Midtown in New York City. The Company will be conducting product demonstrations of the Magellan Robotic System and the related family of Magellan Robotic Catheters, including the Magellan 6Fr, 9Fr and 10Fr catheters. Hansen Medical will be located at exhibit booth #416.
In addition, Hansen Medical anticipates that the Magellan Robotic System will also be featured in eight scheduled physician presentations during VEITHsymposium on Thursday November 19th and Friday November 20th.
The following sessions during VEITHsymposium will include discussions regarding intravascular robotics:
November 19, 3:10 - 3:51 PM
- Progress In The Hansen Magellan Robot Technology For Catheter/Sheath Guidance - Nicholas J.W. Cheshire, MD (Royal Brompton & Harefield Aortic Centre, London UK)
- The Magellan Robot System Is Valuable For FEVAR, Carotid And Embolization Procedures - Celia Riga, MD (St. Mary's Hospital, Imperial College London, London, UK)
- Benefits From The Magellan Robotic Navigation With 3D Imaging: It Really Helps With Complex Endovascular Procedures - Alan Lumsden, MD (Houston Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX)
- Lessons Learned From The Magellan Robot Catheter/Sheath Guidance System: Advantages And Limitations: When Is It Valuable And When Is It Essential - Barry T. Katzen, MD (Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, Miami, FL)
- What The ROVER Registry Tells Us About The Magellan Robot System And How It Has Facilitated Endo Procedures That Have Failed Standard Manual Attempts - Jean Bismuth, MD (Houston Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX)
- How The Magellan Robotic System Helps In A Vascular Practice: And How It Improves Results And Efficiency - Joseph J. Ricotta II, MD, (Atlanta, GA)
- The Magellan Robotic System Has Distinct Advantages In Performing Difficult Embolization Procedures: What are They - Patrick E. Muck, MD (Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati, OH)
November 20, 5:48 PM - 5:53 PM
- How to Reduce Radiation Exposure With Endovascular Procedures - Barry Katzen, MD (Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, Miami, FL)
"We are delighted to be exhibiting at this year's VEITHsymposium®, and are particularly pleased with the robust representation of intravascular robotics on-podium," said Cary Vance, Hansen Medical's President and Chief Executive Officer. "We are further excited to demonstrate our full complement of Magellan Robotic Catheters, particularly our latest addition, the Magellan 10Fr."
The Magellan Robotic System is an advanced technology that drives Magellan Robotic Catheters and guide wires during minimally-invasive, endovascular procedures. Magellan is designed to offer procedural predictability, precision, and catheter stability as physicians navigate inside blood vessels and deliver therapy. Image-guided medical procedures using interventional fluoroscopy, while growing rapidly, are the leading source of occupational ionizing radiation exposure for medical personnel1. Magellan's remote workstation allows physicians to control robotic catheters and guide wires while seated away from the radiation field, which has been shown to reduce radiation exposure for the physician by as much as 95% in complex endovascular procedures2.
About the Magellan™ Robotic System
Hansen Medical's Magellan Robotic System is intended to be used to facilitate navigation in the peripheral vasculature and subsequently provide a conduit for manual placement of therapeutic devices. The Magellan Robotic System is designed to deliver predictability, control and catheter stability to endovascular procedures. Since its commercial introduction in the U.S. and Europe, the Magellan Robotic System has demonstrated its clinical versatility in many cases in a broad variety of peripheral vascular procedures globally. The Magellan Robotic System offers several important features including:
- Provides predictability, control and catheter stability as a physician navigates a patient's peripheral vasculature and then provides a conduit for manual treatment of vascular disease with standard therapeutic devices.
- Is designed to enable more predictable procedure times and increased case throughput potentially allowing hospitals to improve utilization within their vascular business line.
- Employs an open architecture designed to allow for the subsequent use of many therapeutic devices on the market today.
- Is designed to potentially reduce physician radiation exposure and fatigue by allowing the physician to navigate procedures while seated comfortably at a remote workstation away from the radiation field and without wearing heavy lead as required in conventional endovascular procedures.
- The Magellan 9Fr and 10Fr Robotic Catheters allow for independent, robotic control of two telescoping catheters (an outer Guide and an inner Leader catheter), as well as robotic manipulation of standard guide wires.
- The Magellan 6Fr Robotic Catheter allows for independent robotic control of two separate bend sites on a single catheter, as well as robotic manipulation of standard guide wires. This smaller catheter design may be preferred by certain physicians who prefer a smaller diameter vessel access site, or in procedures in smaller vessels.