Dr. Paul Schmitt and his team from CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital Corpus Christi - Shoreline , Tx successfully treated this supraclinoid aneurysm with the assistance of #Comaneci. The versatility of Comaneci in its ability to both achieve adequate neck coverage and to also stabilize the micro catheter while coiling was extremely helpful during the case. Congratulations Dr. Schmitt and Christus Spohn Hospital Corpus Christi!
Extreme tortuosity of the vertebral and basilar arteries resulted in challenging navigation to the basilar tip with 2.5 hours of multiple attempts reaching it, using 5 different guidewires. Finally #Columbus (DRIVEWIRE), the steerable guidewire with it's stable support, managed in 30 seconds, to navigate the stuck 0.027" Headway microcatheter into the aneurysm's sac for a web implementation. Dr. Svetlana Rudnicka and team at Aalborg University Hospital, Denmark. Great usage o
4 mm right vertebral ruptured aneurysm with Wide neck 3.3 mm Treated with Comaneci assistance #leavenostentbehind Dr. M. Asif Taqi, MD, Director Neurosciences at Los Robles and West Hills Medical, Thousand Oaks, California, United States Read more on Linked In ----->
Dr. Alexander Coon, MD from Carondelet Health Network, in Tucson, AZ completed his 1st #Comaneci-assisted coiling of a basilar apex aneurysm. #Comaneci17 provided great neck coverage. Congratulations, Dr. Coon!
Dr. John T. Thiesing of Providence St. Vincent Medical Center recently completed the first #Comaneci case in Oregon. The patient had recently had another aneurysm rupture, and avoiding DAPT was important. Dr. Thiesing noted the Comaneci both protected the neck and provided catheter stability - making a difficult case possible. #LeaveNothingBehind
Excellent navigation achieved thanks to #Columbus guidewire supportive shape which assists 0.017" microcatheter into sharp angulated PCA. Well done Dr. Alexander von Hessling, Luzrner Kantonsspital, Switzerland. View video on Linked In ------>
Dr. Albert Yoo of the Texas Stroke Institute treated 4 aneurysms in a single patient with the #Comaneci devices, embolizing the A2, ACOM, MCA aneurysms with #Comaneci17 through a Phenom 17 and the Ophthalmic aneurysm with #ComaneciPetit through a Phenom 21. Dr Yoo stated, “The case was much easier to manage with Comaneci by allowing my microcatheter and coil mass to remain stable and partially unsheathing Comaneci Petite to protect and preserve the ophthalmic artery.”
30/F S/P bilat. Mirror shape M1 bifurcation aneurysms occlusion Was admitted for 3rd aneurysm treatment: Rt. ant. Genu cavernous aneurysm "It was very challenging to position the MC for coiling because of the anatomical curve, what I did was pinching to the #Comaneci while inflation and than I was able to stabilize the MC" Dr. Guy Raphaeli, Rabin Medical Center, Israel. Read more on Linked In ----->