In the link below you will find a summary of the clinical study from the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, March 2023.
CVi Clinical Brief (Team-Based Coaching Intervention to Improve Contrast-Associated Acute Kidney Injury A Cluster Randomized Trial)
The study discusses novel strategies to reduce post-procedural AKI incidence post-cardiac catheterization. This implementation trial estimates that the combination of Collaborative with Surveillance reduced the odds of AKI by 46% at VAMCs and is suggestive of a reduction among patients with CKD.
To review the full study, please click on this weblink: https://doi.org/10.2215/CJN.0000000000000067
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ACIST Marketing has created a pair of videos featuring Dr. Thomas Biggs, an Interventional Cardiologist from the Minneapolis Heart Institute, Minnesota, USA. In these videos, Dr. Biggs discusses the advantages of utilizing RXi and Navvus II within the cath lab. Tune in to hear how he describes how RXi and Navvus have improved his procedural performance by providing precise pressure measurements in the arteries, all while allowing him to maintain the 0.014” guidewire of choice!
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Check out the latest DAIC blog by Dr. Vamsi Krishna from Ascension Seton Hays down in Kyle, TX. Dr Krishna has been a firm believer in the CVi since his residency and fellowship days in California. In the field of medical imaging and procedures, having a versatile and efficient contrast delivery system can greatly enhance the quality of patient care.
In his blog post, Dr Krishna explores the various features and functions of the CVi, highlighting its range of abilities in terms of device capabilities, setup options, and use-case applications. He discusses how these features can positively impact healthcare professionals, hospitals, and most importantly, patients.
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