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FDA approves Medtronic Pipeline Flex with Shield Technology to treat brain...

Medtronic has received US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for the Pipeline Flex embolization device with Shield Technology for the treatment of aneurysms. Medtronic’s...

Cerus Endovascular announces Contour Neurovascular System™ IDE trial approval

Cerus Endovascular has announced that the US. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved its Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) application to conduct a US...

Accessing neuromodulation: Race and ethnicity “should not cloud treatment options” for...

Stephanie Vanterpool
 Stephanie Vanterpool (Knoxville, USA) talks to NeuroNews about how outreach can be used to address the disparities between white and underrepresented minority patients when...

Despite some advances, women still facing disparities when it comes to...

The continued global burden of stroke and how it disproportionately affects women are highlighted in the February issue of Stroke, according to a press release from...

PRESTO shows pre-hospital stroke scales detect aLVO with “acceptable-to-good accuracy”

Pre-hospital stroke scales detect anterior circulation large vessel occlusion (aLVO) with acceptable-to-good accuracy, according to PRESTO, a large prospective observational study, the results of...

Bimodal neuromodulation can significantly reduce tinnitus symptoms, new trial finds

Neuromod has announced the publication of the results of a clinical trial which has shown bimodal neuromodulation combining sound and electrical stimulation of the...

Cerenovus unveils new clot extractor device in European launch

  Cerenovus, part of Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies, has today announced the European launch of Cerenovus Nimbus, a device designed to remove tough clots for successful revascularisation in patients...

New biomarkers improve glioma treatment response

Biomarkers using mass cytometry can assess patient response to an emerging vaccine for a specific paediatric brain tumour, according to a recent multicentre study...

High-resolution intravascular imaging in neurointervention

High-frequency optical coherence imaging can guide neurointerventional surgery to achieve optimal deployment of flow diverters, stents and intrasaccular devices, write Matthew Gounis and Ajit...

Stroke alarm clock “may streamline and accelerate time-sensitive acute stroke care”

A digital clock that sounds alarms signalling each step of acute stroke care at the hospital is a low cost tool that helped doctors...

Three centres’ experience with the Siemens ARTIS icono system: A NeuroNews...

Azam Ahmed (Madison, USA; moderator) was joined by Demetrius Lopes (Chicago, USA) and Dan Gibson (Milwaukee, USA) as part of a special live NeuroNews webinar titled ‘Early adopters are changing the game in neurointerventional surgery’.   The webinar gave...

Personalised stroke and heart disease treatments closer with new BHF funding

Personalised treatments for stroke and heart disease are closer thanks to ongoing charity funding for research at the University of Reading (Reading, UK).  The British...

Brainomix achieves ‘breakthrough’ in stroke imaging with new software release

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Brainomix has announced the launch of the latest version of the company's stroke imaging platform, e-Stroke Suite 10.0, which includes clot detection from non-contrast computed tomography (CT) scans and is designed to...