Hansen Medical will showcase its new Sensei X2 robotic system prototype at Cardiostim congress from (18–21 June; Nice, France). The Sensei X2 features faster image processing and a slimmer design with the stability and reachability of its predecessor. The improved processing and imaging capabilities of the Sensei X2 will also be available to users of the current Sensei X upon release. The company anticipates commercialisation of the Sensei X2 in the second half of the year.
Kim Rajappan, John Radcliffe Hospital will present “Clinical Experience with Sensei Robotic System” in the Hansen booth F12 on Wednesday, June 18 at 15:30 and Friday, June 20 at 10:30. Rajappan’s presentation will share his clinical experiences with the Sensei robotic catheter system and discuss the role of intravascular robotics in ablation procedures.
“Hansen is committed to educating physicians on the benefits of robotics for intravascular procedures,” says Cary Vance, president and chief executive officer of Hansen Medical. “Rajappan’s presentation will illustrate the significant benefits to both patients and physicians made possible by the Sensei robotic system.”