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This webinar features Dr. Khuddus, an Interventional Cardiologist at HCA Florida North Florida North Florida Hospital and the Cardiac and Vascular Institute in Gainesville, Florida, and Dr. Doshi, an Interventional Cardiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Khuddus and Dr. Doshi walk through the use of the ACIST CVi™ Contrast Delivery System and the ACIST HDi® HD IVUS System to manage contrast usage and ultimately improve patient outcomes. To do this ACIST’s technologies strive to reduce contrast usage, improve Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) rates, and deliver optimized patient outcomes. Watch the video above to learn about the benefits of implementing a variable rate contrast delivery system in the cath lab, the clinical benefits of HD IVUS utilization and how to implement standardized workflow for effective use, and how HD IVUS and physiological testing can be used to improve patient outcomes and reduce contrast utilization.


“The injector does four things. One, it makes the procedure much easier for the operator. Two, it can help reduce procedure time. Three, it can definitively help decrease contrast usage. Four, it has built in safety mechanisms to ensure that nothing is injected that we don’t want injected. The device as a whole really makes any procedure safer, more efficacious, and faster” – Dr. Doshi


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