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QFR® as a new tool for the assessment of non-culprit lesions in ACS In the interview series ‘Medis 1 on 1’, prof. Hans Reiber (CSO, Medis Medical Imaging) interviews a
QFR® identified additional lesions at risk for future nontarget vessel–related events in STEMI through 5 years of follow up. Dr Sarah Bär et al from Univ of Bern, Switzerland carried
In a recent prospective study in 421 patients, the fluoroscopy time (FT) was measured. With QFR® the FT was only 47% of that of FFR and 30% of iFR. QFR®
At Medis we believe that QFR® is the future in angiography, QFR® is a non-non-invasive angiography based physiologic assessment of the presence and extent of coronary artery disease. QFR® provides
Medis is proud to be recognized for its MR Atrial Strain solution, which was found to be at par with the Ultrasound Atrial Strain solution (AMID/Medis); this last one is regarded as the gold standard in
Leiden, The Netherlands – May 7, 2020 MEDIS MEDICAL IMAGING SYSTEMS ACQUIRES AMID AND SECURES FURTHER INVESTMENT FROM VAN HERK VENTURES MEDIS, a leading developer and supplier of software applications for image-based
The next step for non-invasive angiography in the United States and CanadaWe are proud to announce our formal distribution partnership with ACIST to co-market QFR® in the United States and Canada.
Recently Dr Simone Biscaglia and colleagues of the team of Prof Gianluca Campo published this very important paper in JACC interventions. A total of 751 vessels in 602 patients were
The ITEA project BENEFIT aimed to support clinicians in selecting the optimal diagnostic and treatment pathway for patients. As a first, a procedure called QFR® (Quantitative Flow Ratio) analysis was developed by
Are you curious about QFR®? Then this message is for you!Our new QFR® video is out!Check it out at https://youtu.be/38UMru01bIs
The ITEA project BENEFIT aimed to support clinicians in selecting the optimal diagnostic and treatment pathway for patients. Medis’ innovative software, QFR® is used in the study. Read more here.