The ViVitro Labs Endovascular (EV) Simulator provides physiological pulsatile flow and pressures mimicking endovascular procedures in a clinically relevant environment. It is designed for simulated-use testing and endovascular simulation training of endovascular devices. ISO 5840, ISO 25539, and ISO 7198 standards include simulated use guidelines.
Control a live cardiac flow in a standalone configuration. Powered by the ViVitro Labs SuperPump, the EV Simulator`s programmable waveform and playback system provide realistic pulsatile flow. Train or test a variety of endovascular or transcatheter medical devices and delivery systems by adding anatomical models, including abnormalities or custom patient-specific modeling.
Use the ViVitro Labs EV Simulator to demonstrate that devices are able to 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 provides physicians a clinically relevant model to practice skills. Visual access delivers users navigation information through 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. Learn a delivery system while sensing physiological pulsatile flow and pressure forces encountered while maneuvering stents, catheters, wires, balloons, heart valves and other endovascular devices. Sensing physiological pulsatile flow and pressure forces instill 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: