Tag: mechanical thrombectomy

February's

Interventional News’ top 10 most popular items of February 2022

The February top 10 features news of the recent Japanese randomised control trial results, which support the use of mechanical thrombectomy in ischaemic stroke...

Mechanical thrombectomy shown to restore more function than medication alone following...

A new study from Japan has become the first randomised controlled trial (RCT) to demonstrate the effectiveness of endovascular mechanical thrombectomy procedures in patients...

Cerenovus launches Emboguard balloon guide catheter for acute ischaemic stroke

Cerenovus—a neurovascular firm that forms part of Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies—has announced the launch of Emboguard, its next-generation balloon guide catheter to...
phenox longer stentriever

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...

Poll favours interventional radiologists to perform mechanical thrombectomy in lieu of...

According to a BIBA MedTech survey, 52% of neurointerventionalists believe that they are the only specialists who have the relevant skills and experience to perform...
Interventional News for specialists

Preliminary in vitro data is promising for Anaconda Biomed’s advanced thrombectomy...

Preliminary in vitro data on Anaconda Biomed’s advanced thrombectomy system showed that the reperfusion rates with this novel system outperformed competing mechanical thrombectomy devices...

ATTRACT trial results to be presented at SIR 2017 meeting

Suresh Vedantham, professor of Radiology and Surgery, Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis, USA, is scheduled to present the...