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Perform a fast and intuitive analysis of peripheral vessels

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The QVA (Quantitative Vascular Analysis) workflow offers fast and intuitive peripheral vessel analysis, including the abdominal aorta, carotid, renal, iliac and femoral arteries. The QVA workflow features single vessel analysis including calibration, contour detection and quantification of severity of stenosis to diagnose and select the right treatment for your patient.
Key Results
  • Lesion diameter
  • Percentage of stenosis
  • Reference diameter
  • Obstruction length
Key product features
  • Quantification of lesion length
  • Quantification of percentage stenosis


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Why choose us?

We always aim to improve the quality and efficiency of cardiovascular image analysis to optimize patient treatment. To realize this, we:

  • Provide fast and user-friendly software;
  • Align our product portfolio with the latest developments in the cardiovascular field. In this way we aim to provide our customers with the optimal software solution at the right time;
  • Offer training options which can be tailored to your needs.

We believe in the importance of training and support to assure that all our users are proficient and comfortable with their analysis. Please visit our Training & Support page for more information.