VIRTUAL ENDOVASCULAR MONITORING & PROCEDURE PLANNING
SurgicalPreview®, EndoVantage’s cloud-based computational modeling platform, uses a patient’s CT scan to create a personalized 3D model of the vasculature for visualization and anatomical measurements. It also models multiple treatment scenarios for the patient, each representing a different device and/or deployment strategy. SurgicalPreview® is FDA cleared.
SurgicalPreview® results changed experienced surgeons’ device selection 61% of the time.
“I opted for a larger device after watching the simulation.”
“[SurgicalPreview®] gave me a greater confidence in my placement.”
Surgeon unsure of device to use. SurgicalPreview® simulated multiple device sizes and deployment strategies to select best treatment. Perfect fit.
EXPERT ANALYSIS FOR MEDICAL DEVICE COMPANIES
Our simulation services revolutionize the way endovascular devices are designed and developed. Our computational models provide far more detail than physical testing and dramatically reduce development time. We also test devices in hundreds of patient anatomies without the patients, creating a “virtual clinical trial.” Our reports comply with all regulatory requirements and are ready for filing. If reducing the cost and time to market is important, put EndoVantage’s computational services to work for you.
Computational Fluid Dynamics
EndoVantage is committed to the furthering of neurovascular medical practice. We are engaged in ongoing research in unruptured aneurysm treatment, flow diverter sizing with respect to immediate and long term complication, and patient engagement through the use of visual tools.
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B. Chong, H. Babiker, Y.Kalani, C. Baccin, M. Mortensen, M. Levitt, C. McDougall, D. Frakes, and F. Albuquerque “Predicting Flow Diverter Deployments and Clinical Validation,” (2017), JNIS, Volume 8 (1), doi:10.1136/neurintsurg-2016-012589.108
H. Babiker, B. Chong, J. Ryan, F. Gonzalez, R. Green, and D. Frakes, “High Fidelity Medical Device Simulations for the Pre-Planning of Endovascular Cerebral Aneurysm Treatments,” (2014) Mimics Innovation Award, Leuven, Belgium
H. Babiker, B. Chong, Y. Kalani, F. Albuquerque, and D. Frakes, “Patient-Based Finite Element Medical Device Evaluation Tools,” (2015) BMES/FDA Frontiers in Medical Devices Conference, Washington, D.C.
B. Chong, H. Babiker, D. Frakes, J. Ryan, and F. Gonzalez, “Towards the pre-surgical treatment planning of cerebral aneurysms using high fidelity simulations,” (2014) Journal of Neurointerventional Surgery
The award winning EndoVantage technology was invented at Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University. Our team consists of experts in medicine; biomedical, mechanical and software engineering; mathematics; medical data; and web architecture.
Robert is a serial bioscience entrepreneur, named an Entrepreneurial Fellow by the University of Arizona Eller College of Management, and received an Arizona Spirit of Success Award from then Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano. He graduated City University of New York Magna Cum Laude and Fordham University School of Law with honors.
Brian founded the endovascular surgical neuroradiology practice at Mayo Clinic, Arizona and has over 20 years of experience treating cerebrovascular disease. He received his M.D. from the University of Toronto and completed his advanced training at University of Toronto, Emory and at the University of California, San Diego where he was the American Society of Neuroradiology Basic Science Research Fellow.
Haithem is an inventor of the EndoVantage technology. He received a BSE in Bioengineering and Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at Arizona State University. He is an expert in computational simulation, cerebrovascular treatment and medical device modeling.
CAREERS AT ENDOVANTAGE
EndoVantage is developing award-winning medical simulation technology. If you want to be on the cutting-edge and apply your abilities to new and exciting challenges, join us in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The development of medical devices is undergoing dramatic improvement through the use of computer simulation. We are actively involved with industry groups and the FDA to advance its use in the regulatory process, accelerating product development and patient access to improved treatment.