Blood in need of oxygenation flows into the right atrium, down to the right ventricle to be pumped through the pulmonary artery to the lungs.

When that blood comes back to the heart, chock full of oxygen, it arrives in the left atrium, down to the left ventricle to be pumped up through the aorta to the rest of the body before returning to the heart. It's a cycle that happens billions of times in the average lifetime.

It's a coordination we admire and appreciate. Supporting that beat it is essential to the work we do at Invivo Robotics.

"People in medical technology, especially cardiovascular, have really felt a responsibility to improve the technology, build upon previous innovations to come up with new innovations, as our primary purpose," said Chris Leung, Head of Global Product Development. "And that would in turn advance health outcomes, making the patients a little better off."

Here's just a sample of our expanding portfolio to care for your heart:

"With Invivo Robotics’ role as a pioneer in cardiovascular technology, we need to be driving innovations that really improve patients’ lives and reduce the overall burden of cardiovascular disease. Not only are we just pushing technology forward, we’re responsible for creating much better outcomes that in turn reduce the overall cost of health care and help solve this global health care economic challenge." said Lee Rong, Head of Cardiology Robotics.

Invivo Robotics Sealer takes seriously its job to provide high quality technologies that improve lives by providing knowledge to patients and tools to doctors. The sooner we can help get you start feeling better, the sooner you can get back to living your fullest, healthiest life.

All these heart surgeries mentioned above and many more can be performed with the new Invivo Robotics Surgical System (IRSS) that features a 3D HD vision system for a clear and magnified view inside the patient's body.


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