Tag: haemorrhagic stroke

Big data set to increase the efficiency of stroke outcomes research

A topical review published in Stroke investigates new approaches for the collection of outcomes data after stroke. In the context of global technological growth,...

First intracranial aneurysm patients treated with BRAVO Flow Diverter

Cerenovus, part of the Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies, has announced that the first patients have been treated with the BRAVO Flow Diverter,...

VITAL study shows promise for early identification of serious strokes

The results of the VITAL study demonstrate that a non-invasive, visor-like neurological device (VIPS technology from Cerebrotech Medical Systems) can identify those patients with...

Cirrhosis associated with increased risk of stroke

Cirrhosis was associated with increased risk of stroke, especially haemorrhagic, in a study that included a representative sample of more than 1.6 million Medicare...

First patient enrolled in haemorrhagic stroke RCT

The first patient has been enrolled in the ENRICH (Early minimally-invasive removal of ICH) randomised clinical trial (RCT). This trial is designed to determine the...

Codman Neuro agrees US distribution of InNeuroCo intermediate catheters

Codman Neuro, part of DePuy Synthes Companies of Johnson & Johnson, has entered into an agreement with InNeuroCo for exclusive US and European distribution...

Data show significant favourable results for NICO BrainPath approach

Two peer-reviewed studies recently published in Neurosurgery and Operative Neurosurgery have shown statistically significant data in favour of the BrainPath approach (NICO), citing more...

NICO announces BrainPath haemorrhagic stroke trial

Two of Atlanta’s stroke centres, associated with Emory University School of Medicine, have joined NICO (Neurosurgical Intervention Company) to perform a randomised controlled trial...