Dynamic Coronary Roadmap for Contrast Reduction

2019-09-17 02:47:44 | BioPortfolio


The Dynamic Coronary Roadmap is a commercially available product developed by Philips Medical Systems, a Philips Healthcare company. Dynamic Coronary Roadmap is a software medical device intended to provide a real-time and dynamic angiographic roadmap of coronary arteries. The angiographic roadmap is automatically generated from previously acquired coronary angiograms during the same procedure. Dynamic Coronary Roadmap overlays the angiographic roadmap on live 2D fluoroscopic images, thereby assisting the physician in navigating devices, e.g. (guide) wires, catheters, through the coronary arteries.

This is a multi-center, prospective, unblinded, stratified 1:1 randomized controlled trial to assess whether using Dynamic Coronary Roadmap reduces the total iodinated contrast volume related to PCI compared to the control group without Dynamic Coronary Roadmap.


Primary objective:

• To assess whether using Dynamic Coronary Roadmap reduces the total iodinated contrast volume related to PCI compared to the control group without Dynamic Coronary Roadmap.

Secondary objective:

• To assess the total number of contrast enhanced cine angiographic X-ray runs (angiograms) related to PCI in the Dynamic Coronary Roadmap and control group

Study Design


Coronary Artery Disease


PCI with Dynamic Coronary Roadmap, PCI without Dynamic Coronary Roadmap


University of Colorado Hospital
United States


Not yet recruiting


Philips Healthcare

Results (where available)

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-09-17T02:47:44-0400

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