By staff writers

May 23, 2018 -- Cardiovascular analysis software developer Pie Medical Imaging is highlighting its new fractional flow reserve software at this week's EuroPCR 2018 meeting in Paris.

The CAAS vFFF (cardiovascular angiographic analysis systems for vessel fractional flow reserve) software can calculate pressure drops and vFFR values noninvasively, avoiding the need for a pressure wire and hyperemic agent, according to the vendor. With the software, clinicians can get access to coronary physiology assessment from two standard angiograms acquired during a standard catheterization procedure, Pie said.

Pie has received the CE Mark and U.S. Food and Drug Administration 510(k) clearance for CAAS vFFR.

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