The pitch will be at the same time factual, pragmatic, and humoristic. It will begin with a personal experience of ergonomics issues in the catheterization lab, supported with pictures, to highlight the unmet need and to make the audience reflect on their own experience with the unmet need, appealing to their own emotions.
The unmet need will further be highlighted by presenting the number of yearly vascular access complications that could be avoided if transfemoral procedures were replaced by LRA procedures, facilitated wit hour device. The prototype will then be described in detail, and the previous steps of development will be summarized. We will then describe our timelines and milestones, the potential roadblocks, and the regulatory requirements.
The presentation is intended to be entertaining and engaging, and text will be minimized on the slides. If possible, we would like to use interactive surveys during the presentation to engage participants.