The PRECISION Study was a multicenter, post-market registry of robotic PCI using the Corindus CorPath 200 System. The purpose of the study was to collect data on the routine patterns of use, safety and effectiveness, including the clinical and technical performance of the CorPath 200 System, in the delivery and manipulation of coronary guidewires and stent/balloon catheters during PCI procedures.
Corindus has conducted the PRECISION GRX Study, a post-market registry that collected data on the routine patterns of use, safety and effectiveness, including the clinical and technical performance of the second generation CorPath GRX System, in the delivery and manipulation of coronary guidewires, stents and balloon catheters, and the manipulation of guide catheters during PCI procedures. Please watch the presentation from the SCAI 2021 late-breaking session to learn more about the results which showed clinical and technical success across all lesion types.
The pivotal, multi-center PRECISE trial demonstrated the safety and feasibility of the remote-controlled CorPath 200 System for use during PCI. The study met its clinical and technical endpoints, with the operator experiencing a significant reduction in radiation exposure. There were no reports of device-related complications and an overall clinical success rate of 97.6%. The average radiation exposure to the interventional cardiologist decreased by 95.2%, in contrast to levels reported during standard interventions.
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