Challenging double sided ACA occlusion

Successful recanalization rate of TICI 2C, following treatment of 2 occluded segments of the ACA: A2 Right (Notice the challenging loop) & A4 Left. Both occlusions were recanalized by using Tigertriever17, navigated by Marksman 160 cm catheter. Courtesy of Dr. Guy Raphaeli, Interventional Neuroradiologist and Stroke Neurologist department, Rabin Medical Center, Israel. Thank you for sharing! Read it on our Linkedin>>

77 Year old ICA Aneurysm Treatment

A 77 years old female patient, present to our department (Helios HSK Wiesbaden) with SAH (Fisher IV). She had an intradural ICA-Aneurysm on the left side which was treated by coiling, assisted with a Comaneci device and a total of 18 coils. The end result was perfect without any complications.

First Comaneci case in Boston, MA

Dr. Christopher S. Ogilvy and Dr. Matthew Robinson performed the first Comaneci case in Boston, MA at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA. Patient with a basilar artery aneurysm underwent Comaneci assist embolization with excellent results. Read it on Linkedin>>

USA Health neurologist first in the state to perform new aneurysm procedure

Steve Cordina, M.D., associate professor of neurology at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine and an interventional neurologist with USA Health, recently performed the first Comaneci adjustable remodeling mesh assisted aneurysm repair in the state of Alabama. The Comaneci device consists of an adjustable remodeling mesh to assist with aneurysm coil embolization, which allows for aneurysms to be treated without cutting off the blood flow during the procedure. This is an alternative to the usual treatments which need temporary blood vessel occlusion during the aneurysm surgery. The ability to maintain blood flow constantly decreases the risk of complications from traditional ane

Future Generation in Life Saving Innovations

Teaching day for 5th grade students. Educating our future generation in life saving innovations. Today's topic: neurointerventions & stroke. Many thanks to Matan Gedulter - VP R&D and Engineering at Rapid Medical Read the post on Linkedin>

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