Evasc has announced that the new Electric eCLIPs Bifurcation Remodeling System (eB) has been granted a CE Mark.
The eB builds on eCLIPs highly effective design, incorporating an improved delivery system with a torquable wire, a smaller size that is compatible with 021 and 027 microcatheters, and electrolytic detachment.
Donald Ricci, president and Chief Executive Officer of Evac commented, “We have listened to the experts in the neuro field and developed an improved version that is smaller and easier to use. This will allow treatment for a wider range of aneurysms and shorten delivery times,” he continued, “The previous version showed exceptional outcome due to the eCLIPs implant’s ability to bridge the neck of the aneurysm and to create a flow diversion effect. This new and improved version retains these favourable characteristics and also allows eCLIPs to gain access to smaller and more distant vessels within the cerebral anatomy.”
Evasc is a privately-held medical device company focused on the development of disruptive endovascular treatments for cerebral aneurysms.