DASI Simulations

Lifelong Planning
for Structural Heart
Surgery is NOW

Personalized medicine using simulation to transform
the safety of care for structural heart disease patients.

Personalized medicine using simulation to transform the safety of care for structural heart disease patients.

*The models featured in these videos are digital representations of manufacturers’ valves.

*The models featured in these videos are digital representations of manufacturers’ valves.

WHAT WE DO

Groundbreaking Technology

Our simulations offer innovative techniques for measuring otherwise undetectable heart procedure complications.

Groundbreaking Technology

Read More

Personalized Simulations

Our one-of-a-kind simulations are completely customizable to the patient.

Personalized Simulations

Read More

Benefits for Patients
and Physicians

Increased patient safety and physician satisfaction.

Benefits for Patients
and Physicians

Read More

Our Solution

Delivering exceptional outcomes.

Cutting-edge modeling platform simulating many structural and hemodynamic outcomes of valve replacements which allow for precise device optimization relating to replacement type, size, and position. Proprietary algorithms help determine the risk for potentially life-threatening complications such as coronary obstruction, aortic root rupture, and thrombosis. Our platform gives medical professionals otherwise unobtainable risk assessments leading to much more informative decision-making and safer solutions.

*The models featured in these videos are digital representations of manufacturers’ valves.

THE LATEST IN SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENTS

Cardiovascular Engineering and Technology | 2021

"Predictive Model for Thrombus Formation After Transcatheter Valve Replacement" highlights DASI's proprietary predictive modeling.

The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery | 2020

Simple 2-Dimensional Anatomic Model to Predict the Risk of Coronary Obstruction During Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement

The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery | 2020

Modeling Risk of Coronary Obstruction During TAVR and develop improved criteria based on computational modeling.

Passion is what drives us

We are committed to improving individual patient outcomes one simulation at a time.