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6,000+ patients examined, 100,000+ DVA images generated.

70%
X-ray dose reduction

Our completed clinical study shows that Digital Variance Angiography (DVA) allows a very substantial reduction of DSA related radiation exposure in lower limb interventions, therefore this technology increases the safety of the endovascular procedures. It provides very significant radiation protection not only for the patients but also for the medical staff. The clinical results were published in Scientific Reports.

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Siemens Artis Zee · with Pure low-dose (0.36 µGy/frame) imaging
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Low-dose DVA image
Femoral region
GE Innova IGS 530 · ICM: Xenetix 350 mg iodine/mL, 3-ml bolus
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DVA
Carotid percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA)

50%
ICM DOSE reduction

Our completed clinical study demonstrates that the quality reserve provided by our technology can be effectively converted to significant contrast media (50%) reduction in carotid angiography. This brings significant economical and health benefits - less adverse events, contrast induced nephropathy - to the patients and cost saving for the cath labs. The clinical strudy was published in the European Journal of Radiology Open.

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Co2
Increased diagnostic insight

Digital Variance Angiography (DVA) visualizes the same structures as DSA but offers dramatically better image quality (Gyano et al, 2019; Bastian et al, 2021; Thomas et al, 2021) and DVA significantly improves the image quality of angiograms even in CO2 angiography (Orias et al, 2019). This has a special significance since the use of CO2 as a contrast agent is the only possibility to treat patients with severe kidney injury. In CO2 angiography the image quality is improved also at a lower frame rate (1–3 fps), which provides an opportunity for substantial radiation exposure reduction (Gyano et al, 2020).

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Siemens Artis Zee · with Pure - Siemens Evenflow, 1–3 FPS
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DVA
Lower limb pre-dilatation CO2 angiograms

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Peer reviewed publications

Initial Experience Using Digital Variance Angiography in Context of Prostatic Artery Embolization in Comparison with Digital Subtraction Angiography

Leona S. Alizadeh MD; Marcell Gyánó MD, PhD; István Góg MD; Krisztián Szigeti PhD; Szabolcs Osváth PhD; János P.Kiss MD, PhD, DSc; Ibrahim Yel MD; Vitali Koch MD; Leon D.Grünewald MD; Thomas J. Vogl MD; Christian Booz MD

Digital variance angiography allows about 70% decrease of DSA-related radiation exposure in lower limb X-ray angiography

Marcell Gyánó, Márton Berczeli, Csaba Csobay-Novák, Dávid Szöllősi, Viktor I. Óriás, István Góg, János P. Kiss, Dániel S. Veres, Krisztián Szigeti, Szabolcs Osváth, Ákos Pataki, Viktória Juhász, Zoltán Oláh, Péter Sótonyi, Balázs Nemes

Digital variance angiography (DVA) in selective lower limb interventions

R.P. Thomas, M.B. Bastian, S. Viniol, A.M. König, S.S. Amin, O. Eldergash, J. Schnabel, M. Gyánó,...

Initial evidence of a 50% reduction of contrast media using Digital Varience Angiography in endovascular carotid interventions

Viktor I. Oriás, David Szöllősi, Marcell Gyánó, Dániel S. Veres, Sándor Nardai, Csaba Csobay-Nová..

Digital variance angiography in lower-limb angiography with metal implants

M. B. Bastian, A. M. König, S. Viniol, M. Gyánó, D. Szöllősi, I. Góg, J. P. Kiss, S. Osvath, K. S...

Initial operating room experience with digital variance angiography in carbon dioxide-assisted lower limb interventions: A pilot study

Marcell Gyánó, Csaba Csobay-Novák, Márton Berczeli, István Góg, János P. Kiss, Krisztián Szigeti,...

Digital variance angiography as a paradigm shift in carbon-dioxide angiography

Óriás, Viktor Imre, MD; Gyánó, Marcell, MD; Góg, István, MD; Szöllősi, Dávid, MD; Veres, Dániel S...

Kinetic imaging in lower extremity arteriography: comparison to digital subtraction angiography

Marcell Gyánó, István Góg, Viktor Óriás, Zoltán Ruzsa, Balázs Nemes, Csaba Csobay-Novák, Zoltán O...

Kinepict has partnered up with several medical professionals across the European Union

Dr. Andreas Mahnken
Uniklinikum Giessen und Marburg · Siemens Artis Pheno
Dr. Balázs Nemes
Semmelweis University · GE Innova
Dr. Péter Sótonyi
Budapest · Semmelweis University · Siemens Artis Zee
Dr. Thomas Vogl
Uniklinik Frankfurt · Siemens Artis Pheno
Dr. Alexander Maßmann
Universitätsklinikum des Saarlandes · Siemens Arits Phenn
Dr. Mohammad E. Barbati
Universitätsklinikum Aachen · Siemens Cios Alpha
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Dr. Andreas Mahnken

Our cooperation with Prof. Mahnken and his team started in 2019. The fruitful collaboration has already resulted in two peer-reviewed publications about the advantages of DVA. The clinical studies demonstrated the usability of DVA in lower-limb angiography in patients with metal implants and DVA’s better image quality in selective lower limb interventions.

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