Tag: Recanalisation

Neuroprotection “renaissance” offers hope for improved stroke therapies in future

The “renaissance” of neuro- and cerebroprotective paradigms, coupled with “the advent of new ideas”—such as the concept of ‘transient neuroprotection’ to preserve the penumbra—appears...

Vessel-wall imaging could hold the key in “known yet understudied” phenomenon...

Following the publication of a case report in Topics in Magnetic Resonance Imaging, researchers from Malaysia have indicated that the use of vessel-wall imaging...

Physicians should prioritise first-pass optimisation over speed in thrombectomy procedures

Achieving clot retrieval with the fewest possible number of passes is critical in mechanical thrombectomy, and may even hold greater importance than how quickly...

Study findings encourage direct EVT approaches over bridging thrombolysis in select...

A retrospective study involving more than 200 patients has indicated that ‘bridging thrombolysis’ may not be associated with improved functional outcomes in stroke patients...
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Flying intervention teams lead to higher EVT rates and reduced time...

Flying teams of interventionists directly to a primary stroke centre to perform endovascular therapy (EVT)—as opposed to waiting for the patient to be transferred...
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Phenox highlights benefits of longer stentriever devices with new study results

Following its acceptance into Frontiers in Neurology, Phenox has announced the results of a paper exploring the benefit of choosing a longer stentriever for...
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Repeated clot retrieval attempts linked to poorer functional outcome in acute...

Repeated clot retrieval attempts are associated with an increased rate of emboli to new territory (ENT) and greater infarct growth—resulting in poorer functional outcomes...
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Vesalio secures Class A funding to bolster stroke treatment portfolio

Vesalio has successfully secured a Class A financing round. The company claims this funding will be utilised to support its ongoing US Investigational Device...
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HeMo Bioengineering receives China’s NMPA approval for Afentta aspiration catheter

HeMo Bioengineering, a Singapore-based medical device company with a focus on treating stroke patients, has announced that its Afentta intracranial thrombectomy aspiration catheter—a product...
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Perflow Medical announces first clinical use of Stream17 Dynamic Neurothrombectomy Net

Perflow Medical has announced the first successful clinical use of its Stream17 Dynamic Neurothrombectomy Net—a lower profile device designed to effectively treat haemorrhagic and...
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Thrombolysis versus thrombectomy: Honours even between basilar occlusion treatments in CX...

Thrombolysis is considered as effective as mechanical thrombectomy for the treatment of basilar artery occlusion (BAO)—despite existing evidence on both intervention options being limited....

Vesalio expands distribution network, broadens virtual physician training and announces high...

Vesalio has announced it has expanded the distribution of the NeVa Thrombectomy System, gaining market coverage in 53 countries in Europe, Latin America,...