New Saline Pump for ACIST CVi®


All new CVi systems that are delivered now come with he new Saline Pump.  The new pump has a more intuitive and reproducible loading mechanism of tubing and a spring loading clamping which eliminates the need for user adjustments to avoid over-clamping or under-clamping.

Similarly, all repairs requiring pump replacement will also receive the new article.

The technical service teams are also informed, and a new service memo has been shared with them including repair instructions. The User Manual has also been updated and we’re working on updating the Quick Guides in all languages and we will share these with you when they become available.

A small note: The new pump has a 1.9 ml / s, so make sure the syringe is completely empty before you start flushing the system during setup to avoid overfilling the syringe in the 10 seconds flush.

For further information: New Saline Pump for ACIST CVi – Instruction Video

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Updated Connectivity Guide for CVi and RXi

The Updated Cable Connectivity Guide is now available!

This is an interactive tool that you can use to determine the following:

  • The needed cables / interfaces for the connection of the CVi to the different hemodynamic systems
  • X-Ray sync cables for CVi
  • The needed Pa / Pd cables to be used with the RXi system in connection with the different hemodynamic systems

You can find the file here:  CONNECTIVITY GUIDE CVi and RXi


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Cases over Coffee : Intravascular Imaging in modern PCI

ACIST WEBINAR – Cases over Coffee : Intravascular Imaging in modern PCI, a case study from Germany


In this webinar we will review a recent case study video with Prof. Dr. Christoph Hammerstingl and Dr. med Alexander Völz from Eduardus Krankenhaus in Cologne, Germany.


Routine use of intravascular imaging improves clinical outcomes of patients undergoing PCI. It delivers critical anatomical information pre-and post-stenting, enabling high-precision interventional therapy.

Procedural guidance with intravascular imaging should not only be used for complex PCI but become standard of care.

Key learning Objectives

  • To learn about the advantages of IVUS vs. OCT
  • To learn how angiography potentially hides crucial anatomical information in your patient with potential prognostic impact.
  • To get to know new features of HD-IVUS such as co-registration with angiography.
  • To be able to plan your interventional strategy according to IVUS-guided measurements.


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