The Importance of Positioning

Distal M2 occlusion treated with Tigertriever 13 Pre NIHSS 9 Post NIHSS 5 Try to position the proximal marker (circled in red), as close to the occlusion as possible.

Comaneci 17 PCOM's Deployment

Congratulations to Dr. Omar Kass-Hout, MD and Dr. Tibor Becske, MD for completing the first Comaneci assisted coiling in North Carolina at UNC Rex Hospital in Raleigh. Comaneci17 was used to assist with a previously ruptured PCOM aneurysm embolization. Excellent result Doctors! View video on Linked In ------> View Post on Linked In ---->

"Tiger 17 did the job..."

86 year old lady got aphasia during breakfast (8:00), husband called the ambulance, primary admission in a hospital without INR, CT showed no infarction – ASPECTS 10 (11:26) and CTA showed M2 occlusion on the left side (11:28). No thrombolysis was given due to Edoxaban therapy. First INR declined, i was called an accepted admission. Secondary admission at 12:41 (65 km), NIHSS 6 with global aphasia, door-to-groin 24 min (general anaesthesia). Took some minutes to pass the nasty kinkig of the left carotid, glad for Sophia and RapidTransit. Occlusion was indentified in LAO angiogram. Tiger17 did the job together with little Sophia. First-pass TICI 3 - door-to-fTICI 52 min. Old lady recovered

No DAPT, No Stent

Congratulations to Dr. Erek Helseth in Redding, CA for his first Comaneci assisted coiling. Comaneci17 delivered through 0.017" micro catheter to assist in previously coiled ACOM aneursym. Excellent result! No DAPT No Stent needed.

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