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Studies Published Supporting Next-Generation Reperfusion Devices for Stroke Treatment

August 26, 2012—The Lancet announced the publication of studies that demonstrated the potential of two mechanical clot-retrieval devices for the treatment of stroke patients…

Penumbra Launches 5Max Reperfusion Catheter

August 22, 2012—Penumbra, Inc. (Alameda, CA) announced the launch of the 5Max reperfusion catheter for clot removal in patients experiencing acute ischemic stroke. Penumbra…

Acandis’ Acclino 1.9-F Stent System Approved in Europe for Neurovascular Interventions

August 21, 2012—Acandis GmbH and Co. KG (Pforzheim, Germany) announced the first-in-man use of its Acclino 1.9-F stent system, which received CE Mark approval in July. The c…

FDA Clears Stryker’s Trevo Pro Retrieval System

August 13, 2012—Stryker Corporation (Kalamazoo, MI) announced that its Trevo Pro Retriever system has been granted 510(k) market clearance by the US Food and Drug Administra…

FDA Revises Indications for Use of Stryker’s Wingspan Stent System

August 8, 2012—The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it has approved changes to the labeling for the Wingspan intracranial stent system (Stryker Corporati…

Codman Neurovascular Launches Microcoil Systems and Distal Access Guiding Catheter

July 23, 2012—Codman Neurovascular, Inc., a unit of Codman & Shurtleff, Inc. (Raynham, MA), announced the launch of the DeltaMaxx microcoil system and Orbit Galaxy G2 mi…

Blockade Medical Receives CE Mark Approval for the Barricade Coil System

July 20, 2012—Blockade Medical (Irvine, CA) announced that it has received CE Mark approval for its Barricade coil system to remove or endovascularly occlude blood flow in v…

Study Supports Elective Catheter-Based Treatment of Intracranial Stenoses

July 1, 2012—A study of interventional cardiologists performing elective percutaneous intervention with catheter-based therapy (CBT) for intracranial atherosclerotic stenose…

 

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