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Balloon-Assisted Coiling in Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Cases

Kvilcim Yavuz, MD, and Saruhan Çekirge, MD

August 2010—Balloon remodeling with a newer, more compliant balloon may increase the safety and feasibility of treating ruptured aneurysms endovascularly.

Future Role of the Endovascular Stroke Therapist

Lee R. Guterman, PhD, MD

August 2010—Examining the skills and knowledge of the endovascular therapist for managing acute stroke.

HELPS Data Support MicroVention’s HydroCoil for Cerebral Aneurysms

August 3, 2010—MicroVention, Inc. (Tustin, CA) announced that the final 18-month follow-up data in an international study showed that its HydroCoil embolic system for treati…

Boston Scientific Launches Neuroform EZ Stent System in US and Europe

July 26, 2010—Boston Scientific Corporation (Natick, MA) announced the commercial launch of the Neuroform EZ stent system in the United States and Europe. The Neuroform EZ i…

Study Confirms Benefit and Safety of Extending tPA Treatment Window

July 26, 2010—Nils Wahlgren, MD, et al have published findings from a study concluding that extension of the timeframe for alteplase treatment after acute stroke from 3 hour…

Johnson & Johnson to Acquire Micrus Endovascular

July 12, 2010—Johnson & Johnson (New Brunswick, NJ) and Micrus Endovascular Corporation (San Jose, CA) announced a definitive agreement whereby Micrus Endovascular will …

Micrus Endovascular’s DeltaPaq and DeltaPlush Microcoils Approved in Japan

June 17, 2010—Micrus Endovascular Corporation (San Jose, CA) announced that the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor, and Welfare has granted Shonin approval to market the com…

Ekos Receives NIH Grant to Develop Intracerebral Hemorrhagic Stroke Therapy

June 7, 2010—Ekos Corporation (Bothell, WA) announced that it has received a $2.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop the company’s ultrasound-…

 

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2017 Device Guide

This Device Guide offers a searchable, comprehensive listing of the available vascular interventional devices in the United States.

 
 

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