Philips Healthcare's Revolution Rotational IVUS Imaging Catheter

The Revolution rotational IVUS imaging catheter is designed for excellent delivery and imaging accuracy you can trust. It features 45 MHz coronary imaging, high near field resolution, accurate measurements, and excellent deliverability with smooth, sheathed pullback.

Revolution catheter provides accurate vessel assessment through challenging anatomy

The Revolution rotational IVUS imaging catheter features a flexible, low-profile distal segment that facilitates catheter tracking through challenging anatomy. A smooth, sheathed pullback with reinforced telescope adds additional support during imaging. Also, the variable stiffness shaft of the catheter offer strength and pushability through tortuous vasculature.

Multi-modality platform

Philips Volcano provides choice of IVUS modalities and is the only company to offer digital and rotational devices for a variety of medical practices and divisions.

45 MHz-frequency imaging

A 45 MHz frequency produces crisp, sharp imaging for dependable interpretation and assessment of vessel morphology.

3 Hi-Q imaging options

Choose from three high-quality, optimized imaging modes with varying levels of darkness and fineness of blood speckle to assist in differentiating between tissue and blood along the lumen border. High-quality image enhancement is available on all Revolution catheters using Philips Volcano IVUS systems with version 3.3 software and higher. Hi-Q imaging modes are accessible via the “Adjust Image” menu.

IVUS helps with disease assessment

IVUS imaging helps physicians assess disease markers, including plaque burden percentage, lesion location and morphology, calcium, and the presence of thrombus. It also provides analysis of crucial parameters—like luminal cross-sectional measurements—and helps aid in disease diagnosis.

Specifications

Size Specs

  • Compatible guide catheter: 6 F (ID greater than 0.064")
  • Compatible guide wire: 0.014"
  • Outer shaft diameter: 3.5 F
  • Scanner diameter: 3.2 F
  • Max imaging diameter: 14 mm
  • Working length: 135 cm