ADAS 3D LV
How can ADAS 3D help you?
Help in deciding the approach
Understanding of LV substrate
We help you to understand the LV substrate by visualizing and quantifying its fibrotic tissue distribution.
Increase the operator’s confidence
We help increase the operator’s confidence during navigation by providing a roadmap to assist in the procedure.
Obtain all the benefits from advanced imaging
We help you to connect to advanced imaging radiological services to import DICOM images for MRI.
How it works
Analysis available for MRI and CT images
ADAS 3D processes both MRI and CT. Magnetic Resonance provides information about the fibrotic tissue. Computed Tomography provides detailed information about myocardial wall thickness and heart anatomy.
With MRI, you can obtain:
Analysis from LV Enhancement:
- Visualization of the left ventricle in concentric layers from endo to epi
- Detection of anatomical corridors
- Identification of 3D core tissue
Heart Anatomy Extraction:
- coronary arteries, aorta, esophagus or other heart structures
With CT, you can obtain:
- Heart Anatomy Extraction such as coronary arteries, aorta, esophagus or other heart structures.
- LV Wall Thickness
Try the interactive demo
Discover the interactive 3D view of the LV, with fibrotic tissue and the detected corridors.
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ADAS 3D model with a tissue characterisation in reference to fibrosis analysis obtained from MRI. Anatomical corridors are also represented in the ventricle.
Wall thickness and Anatomy
Correlation between DICOM image and ADAS 3D model. The user can observe the Wall Thickness analysis and anatomical information obtained from CT.
Correlation between DICOM and 3D Model
DICOM Late Gadolinium Enhanced Cardiac MRI data is displayed on the right. On the left, ADAS 3D software depicts correlation with the 3D model of the left ventricle.
Concentric layers of LV
The tissue is displayed in concentric layers going from endocardium to epicardium. The user can analyse scar transmurality and the presence of corridors.
Fibrosis represented in 3D
According to tissue characterisation, fibrotic core zone is represented in 3 dimensions.
After the intervention, study the electroanatomical map with ADAS 3D and compare it with the MRI information to quantify outcomes. *Not available for clinical use in the USA
Clinically evaluated in centers worldwide
ADAS 3D LV features are clinically validated in collaboration with hospitals and universities all over the world.