SmartPerfusion imaging technology provides interventionalists with an objective understanding of the impact of their treatment to help determine the outcome of perfusion procedures. Advanced guidance supports standardized comparisons and automated functions simplify clinical adoption.
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5. Determination of treatment endpoint is the physicians conclusion on the treatment based on qualitative info (colour coded images) together with other relevant clinical data.