Fellows



Gain greater confidence in your patients’ outcomes





During your fellowship, you’re learning about cases and treatment options for your patients with coronary and peripheral artery disease. Cardiovascular Systems, Inc. (CSI), is committed to supporting your efforts through our professional education programs and faculty mentor opportunities.

Our cutting-edge technology and educational courses help physicians understand the challenges that arterial calcium presents and how to intervene with Orbital Atherectomy in appropriate patients with the unified goal of helping improve patient outcomes.  We collaborate with leading experts in the field to pioneer innovative solutions.


Boost your CSIQ®

Educational opportunities tailored specifically for Fellows


CSIQ is the official professional education program of CSI.

  • Comprehensive courses taught by leading orbital atherectomy experts

  • Dedicated instructors for Fellows training

  • National courses



Case Studies

Real-world cases, real-world results


Upcoming Conferences

Come see CSI at these industry events.

Events Calendar

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For more information about these upcoming conferences, talk to your CSI representative.

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Commitment to Clinical & Economic Rigor


Physicians and payers are increasingly seeking clinical and economic evidence to allow them to make decisions regarding optimal treatment of patients. We are focused on conducting and collecting clinical and economic evidence to demonstrate the advantages of OAS in treating complex disease states such as PAD and CAD.

We believe that the clinical data and cost-effectiveness of our OAS technology will help drive physician utilization of the OAS and sustain ongoing reimbursement coverage for our devices.11



Clinical Evidence


See the Devices in Action

How it works:

The unique mechanism of action (MOA) uses a combination of centrifugal force and differential sanding to treat arterial calcium5, 50. The Diamondback 360® Orbital Atherectomy Systems are designed to treat 360° of the vessel as it sands away the calcium, while allowing for continuous flow of blood and saline during orbit50.

Patient Stories

Helping you get your patients back to what matters



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