The ViVitro Endovascular (EV) Simulator creates physiological pulsatile flow and pressures for testing many types of cardiovascular devices. It addresses requirements of ISO 5840, ISO 25539, and ISO 7198 standards as they include simulated use guidelines. Use the EV Simulator in simulated-use testing and simulation training of cardiovascular devices.
Control a live cardiac flow in a standalone configuration. Using the ViVitro SuperPump, EV Simulator’s programmable waveform system delivers physiological pulsatile flow. Test a variety of endovascular medical devices and delivery systems by adding anatomical models, including abnormalities or custom patient-specific models.
Use the ViVitro EV Simulator to demonstrate that devices can be delivered and deployed in a safe, consistent and accurate manner within the intended implant site and with intended use conditions.
Endovascular simulation training
The EV Simulator offers a clinically relevant practice model for physicians. Visible anatomy provides feedback while navigating anatomical structures and abnormalities that may be encountered during actual procedures.
Physicians sharpen their skills and increase their confidence in a safe and realistically simulated environment. Learning a delivery system while experiencing physiological pulsatile flow and
pressures encountered when maneuvering stents, catheters, wires, balloons, heart valves and other endovascular devices instills invaluable feedback.
Contact us to learn how the ViVitro Labs EV Simulator can facilitate your device testing and training challenges.
The EV Simulator provides functional design testing for: