EUROPE DEVICE GUIDE > Cerebral Stents

Company Name Product Name Materials Used Stent Diameters (mm) Stent Lengths (mm) Recommended Guidewire Recommended Guide Catheter
Acandis GmbH & Co. KG Acclino Stent System Nitinol; laser-cut, closed-cell design 3.5, 4.5 15, 25, 35 0.010–0.014 Acandis 1.9-F microcatheter (0.0165-inch ID) included
Codman Neuro (Johnson & Johnson) Codman Enterprise 2 Vascular Reconstruction Device Nitinol, laser cut closed cell design with platinum markers 5, for vessels 2–4 16, 23, 30, 39 No guidewire An Envoy 5- or 6-F guiding catheter for the 0.021-inch delivery microcatheter (Prowler Select Plus with a 5-cm distal tip)
Codman Neuro (Johnson & Johnson) Codman Enterprise Vascular Reconstruction Device Nitinol 4.5, for vessels 2–4 14, 22, 28, 37 No guidewire An Envoy 5- or 6-F guiding catheter for the 0.021-inch delivery microcatheter (Prowler Select Plus with a 5-cm distal tip)
MicroVention Terumo LVIS Intraluminal Support Device Single nitinol wire, braided with flared ends 3.5 X 15, 3.5 X 20, 4.5 X 12, 4.5 X 19, 4.5 X 30, 5.5 X 23, 5.5 X 30 (fully expanded max OD) Various 0.014 Headway 21 (0.021 ID)
MicroVention Terumo LVIS Jr. Intraluminal Support Device Single nitinol wire, braided with flared ends 3.5 X 19, 3.5 X 24, 3.5 X 29, 3.5 X 45 (fully expanded max OD) Various 0.014 Headway 17 (0.017 ID)
Stryker Neuroform EZ Stent System Nitinol; laser-cut, open-cell design 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5 10, 15, 20, 30 No guidewire Excelsior XT-27 (0.027 inch ID)
Stryker Neuroform3 Stent System Nitinol; laser-cut, open-cell design 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5 10, 15, 20, 30 0.014 Minimum guide catheter ID: 0.050 inch

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