Trans-radial Comaneci Assistance

Transradial Comaneci for wide-necked MCA bifurcation - worked like a charm Post By: Jason Davies, MD PhD Assistant Professor, Neurosurgery and Biomedical InformaticsUniversity at Buffalo Neurosurgery Read original post in Twitter>

First Case of Comaneci in the US

First case of Comaneci assist device in USA. Patient with ruptured right MCA aneurysm underwent Comaneci assist embolization with excellent results and no complications Post by: M. Asif Taqi, MD / Director Neurosciences at Los Robles and WestHills Medical Read original post in Linkedin>

Rapid Medical Enters Kazakhstan Market

Rapid Medical Enters Kazakhstan Market Organized by Dr. Mynzhylky Berdikhojayev of the Presidential Hospital Almati in Kazakhstan, participants heard from visiting physician, Dr. Stanimir Sirakov, UH St. Ivan Rilski of Sofia, Bulgaria. Dr. Sirakov captivated the audience with his summary of having used the Comaneci in 50 cases to treat aneurysms. Moreover, he accompanied Dr. Berdikhojayev to the hospital's nearby cath lab and supervised as Dr. Berdikhojayev successfully used the Comaneci on a patient for his first time. The Comaneci is now being used in some 20 countries in the world, vastly improving the chances of a favorable outcome, as it preserves constant blood flow into the inter-cra

Rapid Medical Honored for Lifesaving Contribution to Greece

RAPID MEDICAL HONORED FOR LIFESAVING CONTRIBUTION TO GREECE: The President of the Rotary Club and the Israeli Ambassador to Greece joined together to honor Rapid Medical last month, at a special Rotary Club meeting dedicated to enhancing Israeli-Greek relations. Rapid Medical team members accepted the award that honored the launch of their research project - a first-of-its-kind in Greece – to apply the company's neurovascular equipment to treat strokes. Rapid Medical's technology is part of an advanced system of treating strokes that has the potential to save thousands of lives.

Stroke Winter Course Bern 2019

Dear Rapid Medical, We would like to thank you for your enormous support of the 6th ESO ESMINT ESNR Stroke Winter School, which was again a major success. We had very good feedbacks from the participants and the faculty and without your help the Stroke Winter School would not have been possible. #StrokeWinterCourseBern Tigertriever Training @StrokeWinterSchool, Bern

Slice Stroke Course, Tel Aviv 2019

An update on the US TIGER (Treatment with Intent to Generate Endovascular Reperfusion) clinical trial - The first controllable thrombectomy device. Presented by: Dr. Erez Nossek Director, Endovascular Neurosurgery, Bellevue Hospital, NYU Medical Center, New York, NY, USA Images of Dr. Nossek’s presentation and our lovely evening with our friends Our pleasure to meet you all!

Live Comaneci 17, Remodelling Treatment of a Giant Aneurysm

Performed by Dr. Mynzhylky Berdikhodzhaev, Head of Neurosurgery Center, Presidential Hospital, Almaty, Kazakhstan - Wonderful outcome! Presented as part of Dr. Kirill Orlov's outstanding IV International Course on Endovascular Neurosurgery ICENS 2019, Novosibirsk, Russia. Watch Comaneci 17 at:1:30-2:16

Tigertriever Registry

Tigertriever and Comaneci registries have been initiated in Switzerland: 57 year-old female with right M1 occlusion, recanalization score of mTICI3, first pass. Provided courtesy of Dr. Michael Diepers, Vice Chairman Dept. Neuroradiology, Kantonsspital Aarau, Switzerland

Kissing Comanecis for Bifurcation Aneurysms

Remodeling for wide necked bifurcation aneurysms can be challenging. The controlled use of two kissing Comanecis, can be a powerful solution for optimal coiling without flow arrest. Question: "Is it safe to use two devices in parallel ?" "The Comaneci kissing technique is safethanks to its closed and dense braid configuration, and effective due to its compliance & controllability" Matan Gedulter Director of R&D and Engineering

Rapid Medical: First Patient Enrolled in the TIGERTRIEVER Acute Ischemic Stroke Registry

YOKNEAM, Israel, September 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- - The post marketing registry will assess the real-life safety and performance of the TIGERTRIEVER revascularization device Today, Rapid Medical, a company focused on the development of neurovascular interventional devices, announced that the first patient was enrolled to the TIGERTRIEVR registry at the Cantonal Hospital of Lucerne, Switzerland.The TIGERTRIEVER is a one-of-a-kind, fully-visible, controllable stentriever that is adjusted to perfectly fit the dimensions of a blocked blood vessel causing acute ischemic stroke. The TIGERTRIEVER registry is a European multi-center registry that will enroll patients from leading centers in France

Great Honor

Today we had the honor to meet German Chancellor, Angela Merkel and the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu and to present Rapid Medical at the innovation exhibition that was held at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Our CEO Ronen Eckhouse and our VP for Sales and Marketing Eitan Havis presented Rapid Medical's next generation tools for the treatment of stroke.

ESO- Stroke Winter School

We are participating in the European Stroke organization's Stroke Winter Course 2018 in Bern, Switzerland. The winter school offers a unique method of teaching. Combining plenum sessions, discussions and technical training - including live training with Tigertriever.

Challenging Remodeling Case

A patient with hereditary splenic disease and a family history of ruptured aneurysms was treated with Comaneci 17 for two aneurysms located on the basilar and superior cerebellar arteries. Due to the challenging anatomy, diameter of the parent vessels (2-3 mm), patient's history and the risk of rapture, the Comaneci 17 was a logical choice. After about 60 minutes, both aneurysms had been treated, one by one, with the same device. Having entered the hospital for the procedure on a Friday, the patient was in excellent condition after the treatment, and was discharged the next day, with a follow-up angiography scheduled for 9 months down the road. This case has been provided courtesy of

Never Too Much

Giant aneurysms coiled with the assistance of Comaneci - the adjustable remodeling mesh. Three examples from the last few days: Italy, France and first Comaneci case from Chile; conducted by Dr. Pablo Giacaman Garcia from Hospital Regional Concepcion.

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