Background: Robotic-assisted percutaneous coronary intervention (R-PCI) is increasingly gaining acceptance owing to several advantages. Case summary: Here, we report the first-in-human R-PCI performed with RObotic System for Endovascular Surgery (ROSES), an innovative robotic system designed to perform transcatheter angioplasty. We have reported a case of severe proximal posterolateral (PL) branch disease of the right coronary artery managed with R-PCI. Discussion: In this early clinical experience, the use of the ROSES robotic system seems to be safe and effective. However, this report still represents an early feasibility study, and the use of this technology in more challenging anatomies including the presence of severe tortuosity, severe calcification, or interventions requiring multiple wires and balloons needs to be further studied. A larger, prospective, multicentre pivotal clinical trial designed to test the ROSES robotic angioplasty system in a larger number of patients is currently ongoing.

First-in-human robotic percutaneous coronary intervention by the ROSES robotic system: a case report

Polimeni A.;Danieli G.
2023-01-01

Abstract

Background: Robotic-assisted percutaneous coronary intervention (R-PCI) is increasingly gaining acceptance owing to several advantages. Case summary: Here, we report the first-in-human R-PCI performed with RObotic System for Endovascular Surgery (ROSES), an innovative robotic system designed to perform transcatheter angioplasty. We have reported a case of severe proximal posterolateral (PL) branch disease of the right coronary artery managed with R-PCI. Discussion: In this early clinical experience, the use of the ROSES robotic system seems to be safe and effective. However, this report still represents an early feasibility study, and the use of this technology in more challenging anatomies including the presence of severe tortuosity, severe calcification, or interventions requiring multiple wires and balloons needs to be further studied. A larger, prospective, multicentre pivotal clinical trial designed to test the ROSES robotic angioplasty system in a larger number of patients is currently ongoing.
2023
Angioplasty
Case report
Percutaneous coronary intervention
Robotics
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