Tag: Rapid Medical

Clot removed from the brain of the 1st stroke patient treated with Tigertriever XL at Bochum University Hospital

Rapid Medical’s Tigertriever XL receives CE mark approval

Rapid Medical has announced CE mark approval for Tigertriever XL stentriever. The company noted that the first patients have been treated successfully with the...

Enrolment completed early for Rapid Medical’s TIGER study for thrombectomy device

Rapid Medical has announced that it has completed enrolment in the TIGER (Treatment with Intent to generate reperfusion) study ahead of the planned scheduled....

First patient enrolled in TIGER pivotal clinical study

The first patients have been enrolled in the TIGER (Treatment with Intent to Generate Reperfusion) study. This is a multicentre study of the performance...

First patient enrolled in TIGERTRIEVER acute ischaemic stroke registry

  The first patient has been enrolled in the TIGERTRIEVR registry at the Cantonal Hospital of Lucerne, Switzerland. The Tigertriever (Rapid Medical) is a one-of-a-kind, fully-visible,...

Rapid Medical announces $9M in new funding

Rapid Medical has completed a Series B financing of $9M to advance the commercialisation of the company’s minimally invasive stroke treatment and prevention products, the Tigertriever...

Rapid Medical reaches 500 successful aneurysm treatments with Comaneci

Rapid Medical has announced that its Comaneci adjustable remodelling mesh has exceeded 500 successfully treated aneurysms worldwide. This milestone comes two years after the...

First stroke patient treated with Rapid Medical’s Tigertriever

Rapid Medical’s Tigertriever has been used to treat its first patient. Using Rapid Medical’s proprietary technology, this stent retriever is designed to be fully...

First stroke patient treated with Rapid Medical’s Tigertriever

Using Rapid Medical's proprietary technology, this stent retriever is designed to be fully visible and controllable. The device can be adjusted by physicians to fit the dimensions of blood vessels causing acute ischaemic stroke, and is the first of its kind, according to the company.

First clinical report on Comaneci device shows good aneurysm occlusion

In the Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery (JNIS), Tufail Patankar (Department of Neuroradiology, Leeds Teaching Hospital, Leeds, UK) and colleagues present the first clinical report...