Coronary continuous performed with the RayFlow™ catheter allows direct quantitative assessment of microvascular function by measuring coronary flow and microvascular resistances.
Used in combination with a temperature/pressure wire this new technology allows to explore new horizons in interventional cardiology and open the doors of several potential new applications such as:
The RayFlow™ catheter also allows to inject saline or medication in the vasculature.
Multipurpose RX infusion catheter with double lumen.
What do we need to calculate the absolute myocardial flow (Q) and absolute myocardial resistance (R)?
The Rayflow™ catheter measures the coronary flow and microvascular resistance in a reproducible way.
Measurement of Absolute Coronary Blood Flow and Myocardial Resistance.
Demonstration from Catharina Hospital Eindhoven with Prof Nico Pijls using PressureWire, RayFlow Catheter and Coroventis software to measure Absolute Coronary Blood Flow and Myocardial Resistance.