ILLUMISITE™ Platform Clinical Training

Center of Excellence
It starts with hands-on, best-in-class lung biopsy training
Learn from expert faculty partners who are leaders in their fields. Join us for a full day of real-world, peer-to-peer electromagnetic navigational bronchoscopy (ENB) training using the ILLUMISITE™ platform with fluoroscopic navigation technology.

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St. Luke's Medical Center | St. Louis, MO
Dr. Matthew Aboudara, I.P.
Dr. Timothy
Saettele, I.P.​
Cleveland Clinic | Cleveland, OH
Dr. Bryan Benn, I.P.​
Rex Medical Center | Raleigh, NC
Dr. Hiren Mehta, I.P
Dr. William Hall, Pulmonologist
Froedtert Medical Center | Milwaukee, WI
Dr. Jonathan Kurman, I.P
Mike Mindham, RRT 
  • Access to an ILLUMISITE™ platform or superDimension™ navigation system
  • CT scans with recommended CT reconstruction parameters
  • Patients identified and ready to be scheduled post-training
Learning Objectives 
 Hands-On Training  
  • Understand CT-to-body divergence
  • Acquire images to see how fluoroscopic navigation technology visually enhances nodules and improves accuracy1,2
  • Navigate to peripheral targets in a navigation hands-on simulator
  • Get an introduction to continuous guidance and biopsy tools
 Multidisciplinary Collaboration 
  • Review ENB protocols with radiology, pathology, and anesthesia partners
  • Learn the importance of team dynamics, roles, and best practices   
 Best Practice Evaluation   
  • Observe live cases for real-time learning and better understanding of workflow
  • Review cases and discuss clinical trial data


1. Pritchett MA, Bhadra K, Mattingley JS. Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy With Tomosynthesis-based Visualization and Positional Correction: Three-dimensional Accuracy as Confirmed by Cone-Beam Computed Tomography. J Bronchology Interv Pulmonol. 2021;28(1):10-20.

2. Avasarala SK, Roller L, Katsis J, et al. Sight Unseen: Diagnostic Yield and Safety Outcomes of a Novel Multimodality Navigation Bronchoscopy Platform with Real-time Target Acquisition. Respiration. Published online September 03, 2021. 
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