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Tech Spotlight: Ashley Koppenheffer, RCIS

By Corindus Staff
December 23, 2019

 

Corindus ► RoboSummit 2019 Recap V1

 

Ashley Koppenheffer, a radiologic technician from the University of Washington, has been highly involved in her team’s robotic program since it started in August 2018. This year, Ashley attended our second annual RoboSummit, a meeting of robotics experts from across the globe, to discuss the important role of the bedside user during robotic intervention. At the meeting, Ashley hosted a hands-on educational session for seven other robotics super users, sharing her first-hand experience with complex robotic intervention and pointers for sharpening their skills with robotics.

 

Read on to learn more about Ashley’s hobbies, what led her to the cath lab, and how she and her team have embraced robotics.

 

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CorPath GRX Given the Royal Treatment by Countess of Wessex

By Corindus Staff
December 10, 2019

The Royal Family’s Countess of Wessex, Sophie Helen Rhys-Jones, visited Toronto in November for the second part of her North American trip. With her strong personal interest in health and wellness, along with assisting people with disabilities, the countess visited both Toronto Western Hospital and Toronto General Hospital. Both hospitals specialize in cardiology along with the treatment of strokes and transplants.

 

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Corindus Ranked on Deloitte Technology’s 2019 Fast 500 List

By Corindus Staff
November 19, 2019

For 25 years, Deloitte has recognized the fastest-growing North American companies with an annual ranking of the top 500 companies in the technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech sectors. This year, Corindus, A Siemens Healthineers Company earned the 339th spot on the Technology Fast 500 list, citing 295% revenue growth between 2015 and 2018.

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Global Robotic Challenge Winner: Dale Southard

By Corindus Staff
August 14, 2019

This year, we introduced the first Global Robotic Challenge, challenging robotic users across the world to participate in a fun competition with their peers. Participants were timed while loading the CorPath GRX Single-use Cassette – from wire to balloon – in a practice setting. With over 50 contestants, we’re proud to announce Dale Southard from WellSpan York Hospital as the winner of the first Global Robotic Challenge. Dale completed the challenge in 44 seconds! The team at York has been incredibly successful with vascular robotics, upgrading their system in 2017 and completing over 200 robotic procedures! We caught up with Dale to hear his thoughts on learning robotic technology and how he sharpened his skills to win the challenge.

 

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Corindus Named a Top Robotics Company by Robotics Business Review

By Corindus Staff
May 14, 2019

Each year the RBR50 Awards recognize leading robotics companies with innovative products that have successfully transformed their vertical markets. The 2019 list, released today, includes Corindus Vascular Robotics in the Emerging Markets category for healthcare – joining other groundbreaking companies that are changing the future of robotics. The annual list recognizes companies whose robotic and automated products offer solutions to the world’s most complex problems.

 

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5G & Robotics: The Next Generation of Connected Care

By Corindus Staff
April 30, 2019

 

5G networks are the next generation of mobile internet connectivity, offering faster speeds and more reliable connections than ever before. 5G networks will help provide the infrastructure needed to carry huge amounts of data, allowing for a smarter and more connected world.  The ability to combine this technology with robotics has the potential to change the treatment paradigm in healthcare, offering patients quick access to skilled specialists across the globe.

 

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The Promising Future of Medical Robotics

By Corindus Staff
April 18, 2019

 

While some may be wary of the increasing implementation of robotics in the medical realm, the airline industry offers a great mind-easing comparison. In the early days, pilots were entirely responsible for a plane’s navigation, and rates of crashes and unforeseen travel errors were higher than today. With the eventual incorporation of computers and navigation tools, pilots altered their skill set to incorporate technology, ultimately resulting in safer air travel. Although they have the capabilities, if needed, to maneuver a plane manually, they are currently taught to utilize technology for more efficient travel. While pilots may use their skill set differently now, technology aids them tremendously — individuals can go farther, faster, and smoother, to the credit of these innovations.

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Robotic Radial Intervention:
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