Join a conversation with Dr. Bob Wilson, founder of ACIST Medical Systems, about the ACIST CVi® Contrast Delivery System. ACIST CVi® System is an automated, variable-rate contrast injection system for angiographic procedures. Some key features of the CVi® mentioned are the variable rate injection controlled by the handheld AngioTouch®, 4 active safety sensors, peristaltic pump for saline delivery, and integrated hemodynamic monitoring from the catheter. Dr. Wilson mentions how CVi® uses pressure to achieve the desired flow rate selected, and how the limit can be set by the operator on the CVi® monitor. Pressure works closely with flow rate, which is the volume of fluid delivered in a specified amount of time. Read on to learn more about ACIST CVi® Contrast Delivery System and valuable insights regarding flow rate parameters and pressure.


Background of Bob Wilson, MD:

Clinical Chief, Cardiovascular Division, University of Minnesota, Dr. Bob Wilson has spent decades focusing on the development of medical, devices for the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases. His research into methods for studying the coronary circulation in humans led to the development of the first coronary Doppler catheter to measure coronary blood flow, one among many contributions to science and biomedical engineering projects. He was Founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of ACIST Medical systems, which now markets a range of devices in 44 countries worldwide.


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