February 2017


In this Issue

Charting a Course

The Future of Neurointervention


Guest Chief Medical Editors’ Page

Charting a Course: The Future of Neurointervention

By Brian P. Walcott, MD; and William J. Mack, MD


Before the Angiography Suite

Prehospital stroke identification, routing, and treatment.

By Nerses Sanossian, MD

Neuroprotection as an Adjunct to Mechanical Thrombectomy

Finding the optimal combination to preserve brain and provide better outcomes.

By Stephen Grupke, MD; Keith Pennypacker, PhD; Gregory J. Bix, MD, PhD; and Justin F. Fraser, MD

The State of Telestroke

A discussion on current telestroke guidelines, challenges in implementing them, and how they affect treatment of large vessel occlusions.

With Feras Akbik, MD, PhD, and Thabele M. Leslie-Mazwi, MD

What’s Next in Stroke Care?

Experts discuss the next stages of stroke treatment, focusing on new technologies, systems of care improvements, and clinical trials.

With Johanna T. Fifi, MD; J Mocco, MD, MS; Mahesh V. Jayaraman, MD; Ryan A. McTaggart, MD; and Andrew F. Ducruet, MD

Endovascular Advances in the Treatment of Cerebral Aneurysms

An overview of the development of new neuroendovascular techniques and technology for the treatment of cerebral aneurysms.

By Stephan A. Munich, MD, and Michael Chen, MD

The Advent of Flow Diversion and Its Implications for Cerebral Aneurysm Treatment

A discussion of the principles of flow diversion and current use of flow diversion devices by location and type of aneurysm.

By Matthew J. Koch, MD; Christopher J. Stapleton, MD; Brian P. Walcott, MD; Scott B. Raymond, MD, PhD; and Aman B. Patel, MD


Sponsored by Penumbra, Inc.

Process Improvement in Stroke Care

With Donald F. Frei, MD; Yasha Kayan, MD; Josser Delgado, MD; Matthew Berlet, MD; Kelly VanEpps, MD; and Edward Greenberg, MD


Sponsored by Medtronic

Calcium: Why It Matters

By Fabrizio Fanelli, MD, EBIR


Minimally Invasive Interventions for Nontraumatic Splenic Disorders

A review of nontraumatic clinical applications for splenic arterial interventions and the technical and anatomic considerations unique to these therapeutic options.

By Aram Lee, MD; Jonathan Kessler, MD; Jinha M. Park, MD; Nasrin Fatemi, MD; and John J. Park, MD, PhD


An Interview With Jeffrey Wang, MD

Dr. Wang discusses the possibilities and limitations of today's office-based labs, as well as his experience in device design and treating pulmonary embolism in the community hospital setting.


Sponsored by Boston Scientific Corporation

Treating CLI in Calcified, Tortuous Below-the-Knee Anatomy With the Peripheral Rotablator™ Atherectomy System

By Scott M. Brannan, MD, and Keith Goss, DPM

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