Tag: FORS

AI shows promise in medicine

The role of artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to be “transformative” in medicine, including in vascular surgery. This is according to Alan Karthikesalingam,...

How Fiber Optic RealShape (FORS) technology provides 3D device guidance using...

 Tilo Kölbel (Hamburg, Germany; moderator) is joined by Geert Willem Schurink (Maastricht, Netherlands) and Joost van Herwaarden (Utrecht, Netherlands) in this Vascular News roundtable,...

Vascular News’ top 10 most popular stories of April 2021

Highlights from the Charing Cross (CX) 2021 Digital Edition (19–22 April, online)—including the potential of Philips’ Fiber Optic RealShape (FORS) technology to reduce radiation...

“Radiation will be a thing of the past”: FORS in the...

Opening the Charing Cross (CX) 2021 Digital Edition (19–22 April, online), experts deliberated crucial controversies in the abdominal aortic space. Discussion emphasised the potential...

First-in-human study demonstrates “feasibility and potential” of FORS technology

Based on the findings of their first-in-human feasibility study, Joost van Herwaarden (Utrecht University Medical Centre, Utrecht, The Netherlands) and colleagues write in the...

CX 2020 LIVE audience delivers resounding vote in favour of fibre...

For the CX 2020 LIVE Aortic Podium 1st Session, 489 participants from 62 countries tuned in to hear a series of experts examine technological...

New developments in intraoperative navigation show “revolutionary” potential

The early months of 2020 have seen the emergence of new technologies in the intraoperative navigation space. Here, Vascular News considers Philips’ Fiber Optic...

VEITH 2019: Fiber Optic RealShape (FORS) technology could spark a new...

Joost van Herwaarden (Utrecht, The Netherlands) and Tilo Kölbel (Hamburg, Germany) discuss the current challenges of image-guided therapy—primarily regarding the limiting factor of having...