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Smallest clot retriever on the planet


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Engineered for Safety

We knew that there must be a safer way to retrieve a clot from the brain. The answer was already there. We leveraged the Comaneci technology and created the adjustable clot retriever- Tigertriever.

Aharon Friedman
Braiding Department Manager
Senior Engineer

Engineered for Safety


  • Adjust diameter to overcome excessive resistance during retrieval

  • Incremental control

  • Adjustable RF

Delivery Profile

  • Deliver larger devices through smaller microcatheters

Max OD         6mm        4mm        2.5mm

Tiger              0.021”      0.017”       0.013”

Competitor     0.027”      0.021”        NA

Braided Design

  • Continuous braid from shaft through device reduces risk of detachment

  • High vessel compliance

  • “J” Shaped Soft Tip


  • 100% radiopaque wires provide realtime feedback


Tigertriever 13:

Net Length: 20.5 mm    

Compatibility: 0.016”/ 0.013” ID microcatheter

Diameter: 0.5 - 2.5 mm

Europ/Asia Cat. Number: TRPP3144

Canada Cat. Number: TRPP5144


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2.5 mm


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2.5 mm

Case study

Case Studies

Images courtesy of Prof. Rene Chapot

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Example case 2#

A 62 year-old male with an MCA trifurcation M2 occlusion and a tortuous anatomy, pre NIHSS 6, was treated with a Tigertriever 13 that was delivered by Headway Dou 167 (with a distal 0.013" ID) and an intermediate catheter for distal aspiration. The clot was successfully removed by each branch, 1 pass for each branch, within a total of 39 minutes from groin puncture to recanalization. The patient was released with post NIHSS 0.

Example case 1#

TIGERTRIEVER 13 deployed in the distal pericallosal artery (a); angiographic image of the device (b); image of the TIGERTRIEVER 13 with the retrieved clot (c)

Provided courtesy of Dr. Christian Ulfert and PD Dr. Markus Möhlenbruch, head of Interventional Neuroradiology Department, University Heidelberg, Germany

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