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Building upon a strong body of peer-reviewed, pre-clinical publications demonstrating the potential benefits of Intravascular Robotics, Hansen Medical is engaged in a variety of clinical investigations to further support the clinical and economic value of the Magellan Robotic System.

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Peripheral Vascular

At Hansen Medical, we are committed to providing clinicians with advanced robotic solutions to provide an excellent level of care to patients. By providing access to material written independently in the evaluation and use of our products within the physician community, we are better able to provide important information and data relating to Hansen’s technology and advancements in the field of interventional medicine. These peer-reviewed, independent publications help communicate the impact on patient care and outcomes that may be realized through the utilization of our technology.

Clinical

A Retrospective Review in Operative Interventions and Outcomes of the Magellan Robotic Endovascular Catheter

Chaudhary M, Miely J, Matsuura J. A Retrospective Review in Operative Interventions and Outcomes of the Magellan Robotic Endovascular CatheterJournal of Vascular Surgery. October 2014; 60(4): 1100.  

Robot-Assisted Uterine Artery Embolization: A First-in-Woman Safety Evaluation of the Magellan System

Rolls A, Riga C, Bicknell C, Regan L, Cheshire N, Hamady M. Robot-Assisted Uterine Artery Embolization: A First-in-Woman Safety Evaluation of the Magellan System. J Vasc Interv Radiol. 2014. doi:  10.1016/j.jvir.2014.05.022.

Robotic technology in cardiovascular medicine

Bonatti J, Vetrovec G, Riga C, Wazni O, Stadler P. Robotic technology in cardiovascular medicine. Nat Rev Cardiol.  May 2014; 11(5): 266-75. doi: 10.1038/nrcardio.2014.23. 

The use of robotic endovascular catheters in the facilitation of transcatheter aortic valve implantation

Rippel A, Rolls A, Riga C, Hamady M, Cheshire N, Bicknell C. The use of robotic endovascular catheters in the facilitation of transcatheter aortic valve implantationEur J Cardiothorac Surg. May 2014; 45(5): 836-41. doi:10.1093/ejcts/ezt524.

A randomized, controlled animal trial demonstrating the feasibility and safety of the Magellan™ endovascular robotic system

Duran C, Lumsden AB, Bismuth J. A randomized, controlled animal trial demonstrating the feasibility and safety of the Magellan™ endovascular robotic system. Ann Vasc Surg. Feb 2014 (2): 470-8. doi: 10.1016/j.avsg.2013.07.010.

Robotic Routing in Complex Aortic Intervention

Nolte T, Habisch C, Maatouk Y. Robotic Routing in Complex Aortic Intervention. Poster session presented at: The Leipzig Interventional Course 2014; 2014 Jan 28-31; Leipzig, Germany. 

Perspectives: Robotics in Practice

Associated Da Vinci and Magellan Robotic Systems for Successful Treatment of Nutcracker Syndrome

Thaveau F, Lucereau B, Nicolini P, Georg Y, Lejay A, Chakfe N. Associated Da Vinci and Magellan Robotic Systems for Successful Treatment of Nutcracker Syndrome. Poster session presented at: European Society for Vascular Surgery; Sep 18-23; Budapest, Hungary.

Motion-adapted catheter navigation with real-time instantiation and improved visualization

Lee SL, Kwok KW, Wang L, et al. Motion-adapted catheter navigation with real-time instantiation and improved visualization. J Robot Surg. Sept 2013; 7(3): 251-260.

Future of robotics in vascular surgery

Riga C, Cheshire N. Future of robotics in vascular surgery. Chin Med J (Engl). Feb 2013; 126(3): 550-3.

Robot-assisted Fenestrated Endovascular Aneurysm Repair (FEVAR) Using the Magellan System

Riga C, Bicknell C, Rolls A, Cheshire N, Hamady M. Robot-assisted Fenestrated Endovascular Aneurysm Repair (FEVAR) Using the Magellan System. Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology. Feb 2013; 24: 191-196.

A first-in-man study of the role of flexible robotics in overcoming navigation challenges in the iliofemoral arteries

Bismuth J, Duran C, Stankovic M, Gersak B, Lumsden AB. A first-in-man study of the role of flexible robotics in overcoming navigation challenges in the iliofemoral arteries. Journal of Vascular Surgery. Feb 2013; 57(2 Suppl): 14S-9S. 

 

Tortuous iliac systems--a significant burden to conventional cannulation in the visceral segment: is there a role for robotic catheter technology?

Riga CV, Bicknell CD, Hamady M, Cheshire N. Tortuous iliac systems--a significant burden to conventional cannulation in the visceral segment: is there a role for robotic catheter technology? J Vasc Interv Radiol. Oct 2012; 23(10): 1369-75. doi: 10.1016/j.jvir.2012.07.006. 

Use of a remotely steerable "robotic" catheter in a branched endovascular aortic graft

Carrell T, Dastur N, Salter R, Taylor P. Use of a remotely steerable "robotic" catheter in a branched endovascular aortic graft. Journal of Vascular Surgery. Jan 2012; 55(1): 223-5. 

Advanced catheter technology: is this the answer to overcoming the long learning curve in complex endovascular procedures

Riga CV, Bicknell CD, Sidhu R, et al. Advanced catheter technology: is this the answer to overcoming the long learning curve in complex endovascular procedures. Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg. Oct 2011; 42(4): 531-8. doi: 10.1016/j.ejvs.2011.02.004. 

Robotic aortic surgery

Duran C, Kashef E, El-Sayed HF, Bismuth J. Robotic aortic surgery. Methodist Debakey Cardiovasc J. Jul-Sep 2011; 7(3): 32-4.

Robotically-steerable catheters and their role in the visceral aortic segment

Riga C, Bicknell C, Hamady M, Cheshire N. Robotically-steerable catheters and their role in the visceral aortic segment. Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery (Torino). Jun 2011; 52(3): 353-62.

Clinical applications of robotic technology in vascular and endovascular surgery

Antoniou GA, Riga CV, Mayer EK, Cheshire NJ, Bicknell CD. Clinical applications of robotic technology in vascular and endovascular surgery. Journal of Vascular Surgery. Feb 2011; 53(2): 493-9. 

Robot-assisted stenting of a high-grade anastomotic pulmonary artery stenosis following single lung transplantation

Lumsden AB, Anaya-Ayala JE, Birnbaum I, et al. Robot-assisted stenting of a high-grade anastomotic pulmonary artery stenosis following single lung transplantation. Journal of Endovascular Therapy. Oct 2010; 17(5): 612-6. 

Improving Access to Endovascular Therapies: Three-Dimensional Imaging and Navigation

Lumsden A, Karmonik C, Valderabanno M, Shah D, Bismuth J. Improving Access to Endovascular Therapies: Three-Dimensional Imaging and Navigation. Endovascular Today. Jan 2010 Supplement.

Robot-assisted antegrade in-situ fenestrated stent grafting

Riga CV, Bicknell CD, Wallace D, Hamady M, Cheshire N. Robot-assisted antegrade in-situ fenestrated stent grafting. Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol. May 2009; 32(3): 522-4. doi: 10.1007/s00270-008-9459-5. 

Initial clinical application of a robotically steerable catheter system in endovascular aneurysm repair

Riga C, Bicknell C, Cheshire N, Hamady M. Initial clinical application of a robotically steerable catheter system in endovascular aneurysm repair. Journal of Endovascular Therapy. Apr 2009; 16(2): 149-53. 

Pre-Clinical

Tortuous Iliac Systems-A Significant Burden to Conventional Cannulation in the Visceral Segment: Is There a Role for Robotic Catheter Technology?

Riga CV, Bicknell CD, Hamady M, Cheshire N, J Vasc Interv Radiol, October 2012; 23:1369-1375

Feasibility and safety of remote endovascular catheter navigation in a porcine model

Bismuth J, Kashef E, Cheshire N, Lumsden A Journal of Endovascular Therapy, Apr 2011;18(2): 243-9

The role of robotic endovascular catheters in fenestrated stent grafting

Riga C, Cheshire N, Hamady M, Bicknell C Journal of Vascular Surgery, Apr 2010;51(4):810-9; discussion 819-20 *

Robot-assisted antegrade in-situ fenestrated stent grafting

Riga CV, Bicknell CD, Wallace D, Hamady M, Cheshire N Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology, May 2009;32(3):522-4 *

Advantages and limitations of robotic endovacular catheters for carotid artery stenting.

Riga C, Rolls A, Rippel R, Shah C, Hamady M, Bicknell C, Cheshire N. J Cardiovasc Surg. Dec 2012; 53(6): 747-53.

Ongoing Investigations

Clinical investigations are either planned or underway to support the clinical and economic value of Magellan in areas including:

  • Procedure Time Efficiency & Predictability
  • Radiation & Contrast Dose Reduction
  • Hybrid OR / Cath Lab Utilization Improvements
  • Attracting Incremental Patients
  • Complex Aortic Interventions
  • Crossing of Chronic Total Occlusions
  • Embolization of Peripheral Vascular Arteries
  • Robotics Integration with Advanced Imaging Technologies
  • Failed Manual Interventions
  • Venous Occlusions

For more information about Magellan Clinical Investigations, please email:

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