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Recorded POV clip at (1080p 30 frames per second) during deployment of one of the endoanchors (Fig. 3), for training purpose. The operator inserted the endoanchor applicator into the steerable sheath up to the white marker (4 second mark). After confirming good positioning of the applicator against the aortic wall (5 second mark) released the endoanchor by depressing and holding down the console button (13-15 second mark). The light indicator showed a “solid” forward arrow sign (15 second mark), indicating successful deployment. The applicator was then removed under fluoroscopic guidance (16-21 second mark). This video showed the usefulness of POV cameras in capturing aspects of the procedure not shown on fluoroscopy and allowed for correlation by the trainees (MOV 36719 kb)

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Recorded POV clip at (1080p 30 frames per second) during deployment of one of the endoanchors (Fig. 3), for training purpose. The operator inserted the endoanchor applicator into the steerable sheath up to the white marker (4 second mark). After confirming good positioning of the applicator against the aortic wall (5 second mark) released the endoanchor by depressing and holding down the console button (13-15 second mark). The light indicator showed a “solid” forward arrow sign (15 second mark), indicating successful deployment. The applicator was then removed under fluoroscopic guidance (16-21 second mark). This video showed the usefulness of POV cameras in capturing aspects of the procedure not shown on fluoroscopy and allowed for correlation by the trainees (MOV 36719 kb)

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Pua, U., Kwan, J. & Tan, G.W.L. The IR Point of View: Action Cameras for IR Action. Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol 40, 639–641 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00270-016-1542-8

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