Interventional Devices & Therapies
Philips


Philips Volcano cardiology portfolio

Cardiology solutions that seek to improve patient outcomes and streamline the cost of care

Philips Volcano is a global image guided therapy leader that provides solutions to help optimize and streamline PCI. We are committed to working with health care providers to improve treatment for every patient using our leading coronary IVUS, pressure and flow based technologies. Our integrated product offerings help clinicians decide, guide, and confirm the right therapy for each patient at the point of care.

Below you can view the currently available cardiology products, related technologies, and a compatibility chart with Philips Volcano systems.

Cardiology

Compatibility with Philips Volcano systems and technologies

Core

Core

Core

Precision guided therapy system
Core Mobile

Core Mobile

Core Mobile

Precision guided therapy system
SyncVision

SyncVision³

SyncVision

Precision guidance system
SmartMap

SmartMap

SmartMap

Pressure instrument
ComboMap

ComboMap

ComboMap

Pressure and flow system

Coronary imaging catheters

  • Eagle Eye Platinum
  • Eagle Eye Platinum ST
  • Revolution 45 MHz
  • Eagle Eye Platinum
  • Eagle Eye Platinum ST
  • Revolution 45 MHz
  • Eagle Eye Platinum
  • Eagle Eye Platinum ST
  • -
  • -

Coronary pressure and flow wires

  • Verrata
  • Verrata Plus
  • Verrata
  • Verrata Plus
  • Verrata
  • Verrata Plus
  • Verrata
  • Verrata Plus
  • ComboWire
  • FloWire
  • Verrata
  • Verrata Plus

Technologies

  • ChromaFlo¹
  • FFR²
  • iFR²
  • iFR Scout²
  • IVUS
  • VH IVUS*
  • ChromaFlo¹
  • FFR²
  • iFR²
  • iFR Scout²
  • IVUS
  • VH IVUS*
  • iFR Co-registration²
  • IVUS co-registration
  • FFR²
  • CFR
  • FFR²
1. Not all IVUS catheters include ChromaFlo imaging capability.
2. FFR, iFR, and iFR Scout are compatible with Philips Volcano pressure and flow wires.
3. SyncVision requires a Core or Core Mobile system. Not all catheters are compatible with SyncVision.

*Safety and effectiveness of VH IVUS for use in the characterization of vascular lesions and tissue types has not been established.