Tag: stent

vertebral artery stenting

CX 2021: Stenting should be reserved for the extracranial vertebral arteries...

Stenting is something that, for now at least, should be considered in the extracranial vertebral arteries only—and not the intracranial arteries—for symptomatic atherosclerotic stenosis,...
OCT first-in-human analysis

Use of optical coherence tomography deemed feasible after first-in-human analysis

Results of the first-in-human analysis of acute interactions and healing process after flow diverter implantation using optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging was presented by...
bioabsorbable stent

Self-expanding bioabsorbable flow-diverting stent shows a favourable safety profile

The preliminary safety data of a “self-expanding primarily bioabsorbable flow-diverting” stent has shown to be consistent with a favourable profile in terms of mechanical...
Demetrius Lopes

Surface modification: From bench to clinical practice

Demetrius Lopes has been working on the surface modification of stents and flow diverters, given that thromboembolic and antiplatelet-related complications represent the majority of...

InspireMD report “superior clinical outcomes” for next-generation mesh-covered stents

InspireMD has released the results of a meta-analysis of four clinical studies involving dual-layered and mesh-covered stents, including the company’s MicroNet-covered stent, the CGuard...

WEAVE trial shows positive results using Wingspan stent system

The final results showed that following on-label indications resulted in extremely low periprocedural stroke and death rate (2.6%) with Wingspan for FDA approved indication....