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         9mm        6mm        4mm        2.5mm

Tiger              0.021”      0.021”     0.017”       0.013”

Competitor     NA           0.027”     0.021”       NA

Braided Design

  • Single piece shaft and stent reduces risk of detachment

  • High vessel compliance

  • “J” Shaped Soft Tip


  • 100% radiopaque wires provide realtime feedback


 Tigertriever XL:


Net Length: 53 mm    

Compatibility: 0.021” ID microcatheter

Diameter: 1.5 - 9 mm

Europ/Asia Cat. Number: TRPP3133


9 mm


9 mm


Case Studies

Example case 1#

CA Occlusion Occlusion, treated by Tigertriever XL.

Dr. Sebastian Fischer, a senior Interventional Neuroradiologist at Bochum University Hospital, Germany.


"For the first time, we have a tool that can be adjusted to these dimensions and is dedicated to retrieve large clot loads. This is an important addition to our current tool set, since it can potentially reduce the number of passes required to remove large stroke-causing clots, for example, in the internal carotid artery."

Images courtesy of Dr. Sebastian Fischer


Example case 2#

ICA Occlusion, treated with Tigertriever XL, single pass

Dr. Alexander von Hessling, Head of Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology, Luzerner Kantonsspital, Luzern, Switzerland

Images courtesy of Dr. Alexander von Hessling

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