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Mentice releases a new procedure, Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion (LAAO)

Press Release   •   May 20, 2014 13:16 GMT

We are very pleased and proud to announce the release of a Mentice LAAO module. A lot of energy, passion and hard work have gone into making this module as realistic and useful as possible. Mentice Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion is designed for electrophysiologists, interventional cardiologists and cardiac surgeons who wish to improve their own, or their team’s, understanding of the fundamental steps and critical points for successful LAA occlusion.

An ideal product for:

  • Understanding the fundamentals of echocardiography
  • Training of LAA occlusion using a stepwise approach
  • Practicing careful and controlled device manipulation in the LA 

Come and see us at PCR in Paris

Are you planning to attend PCR? Stop by our booth M36 for a demonstration of our new LAAO module. 

Would you like a demo?

If you would like a demo of the Mentice EVAR update and new TEVAR modules, please contact us at info@mentice.com and we will process your request as soon as possible.

Learn more about LAAO

To learn more about LAAO, please visit: http://www.mentice.com/our-procedures/left-atrial-appendage-occlusion/

Contact Mentice

International:

Please give us a call on +46 31 339 94 00 or send us an e-mail:

Europe, Middle East, Africa and South America: sales_emea@mentice.com

Asia/Pacific: sales_ap@mentice.com

USA:

Please give us a call on +1-877-MENTICE, (+1-877 636-8423) Chicago, USA

E-mail: sales_us@mentice.com

Best regards

The Mentice Team


Mentice is a world leader in medical simulation, providing qualified solutions for training, education and assessment opportunities. With a focus on minimally invasive techniques and procedures, Mentice develops simulation systems for training in a safe environment within the fields of endovascular intervention and minimally invasive surgery. The advantages of training with Mentice solutions are well documented enhancing clinical performance, reducing cost, and, in the long term, improving patient safety.