Project Description

The Magellan™ Robotic System cannulates peripheral vessels with a proprietary technology that delivers simultaneous distal tip control of a catheter and a sheath, from a centralized, remote workstation 1.  A growing body of pre-clinical and clinical data suggests procedural efficiencies in complex endovascular procedures.

A Magellan™ Robotic System has the potential to benefit patients, physicians and hospitals in the following ways:

Patients:

  • Access robotic procedural precision 4

Hospitals:

  • Drive incremental patients
  • Increase efficiencies 3

Physicians:

  • Perform fast, predictable cases1
  • Reduce radiation exposure3 and lead-related stress5 because physician can be seated away from radiation source
  • Grow physician practice

 

Manufactured by: Hansen Medical, U.S.A.

 

1) Bismuth J, Stankovic M, Gersak B, Lumsden A. The Role of Flexible Robotics in Overcoming Navigation Challenges in the Iliofemoral Arteries; A First-in-Man Study.  Abstract Presented at 2010 Society of Vascular Surgeons; June 2011; Chicago, Illinois.
2) Bismuth J,  Kashef E, Cheshire N, Lumsden A. Feasibility and Safety of Remote Endovascular Catheter Navigation in a Porcine Model.   J Endovasc Ther  2011;18:243–249.
3) Riga CV, Cheshire NJW, Hamady MS, Bicknell CD. The Role of Robotic Endovascular Catheters in Fenestrated Stent Grafting. J Vasc Surg,2010,51,810-820.
4) Tom Carrell, MA, MChir, FRCS, at al. Use of a remotely steerable “robotic” catheter in a branched endovascular aortic graft. J Vasc Surg 2011