Vascular disease is increasingly common, affecting millions of people in the U.S. Procedures to address vascular conditions are complex, risky and potentially harmful to patients—and even to the physicians who treat them. That’s why Centerline Biomedical in Cleveland is developing an innovative system to help physicians navigate catheters, guidewires and devices in the 3D anatomy of vascular disease patients. Centerline’s advanced visualization and navigation tools empower surgeons to perform safer, more accurate and more efficient endovascular procedures. The company, a Cleveland Clinic spinoff, operates with continued support from Ohio Third Frontier and its partners, including the Global Cardiovascular Innovation Center, where the company is located.