NEW : Article Ultra-Low Contrast Imaging and PCI – Dr Ziad Ali

Ultra-Low Contrast Imaging and PCI – Dr Ziad Ali

Article sponsored by ACIST Medical Systems

Written by Dr Ziad Ali, “Ultra-Low Contrast Imaging and PCI” highlights how all three ACIST modalities play a role in allowing physicians to optimize their coronary catheterizations and PCIs while using minimal contrast.

ACIST CVi serves as the foundation of this strategy and HDi and RXi provide real value as well, providing our customers with a full suite of solutions. So with the contrast shortage still affecting some of our customers, this article shows the importance and relevance of reducing contrast. And is yet another tool to help drive the business and continue the amazing success you all have had so far this year. Thanks to Dr Ali for his continued partnership.

You can  find this article on the Distributor Portal (Angiography – Promotional Tools) and here on ACIST’s website
























Erasmus HDi Webinar Part 3 on 29 September: The Effect of IVUS Guided PCI Optimization

Erasmus Webinar: Optimizing PCI using FFR and HD-IVUS

Part 3: The effect of IVUS Guided PCI Optimization

Thursday 29 September from 5.30-7pm CET

Don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity for your customers!



The ACIST sponsored webinar presented by Joost Daemen, MD, PhD and Jurgen M.R. Ligthart from the Erasmus University – Department Cardiology in  Rotterdam, the Netherlands, is an interactive educational program that is designed for physicians that want to learn more about using FFR and HD IVUS for PCI optimization in clinical practice.

This exclusive event will be lead by Joost Daemen, MD, PhD and Jurgen M.R. Ligthart who have extensive experience with this technology in their daily clinical practice.

Learning Objectives
• Learn to recognize IVUS defined suboptimal PCI
• Recognize difference between focal vs. diffuse disease
• Learn about the effect of post PCI optimization

Click here for more information and to register your customers:

For more information, you can also reach out to Olivera Kotevska at





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