1st Pass Success in Basilar Wake Up Stroke
with the 3 Drop Zone NeVa™ 4.5 x 29 mm
Clinical Case Report
Wake up stroke
68 year old female patient
last seen well >10 hours ago,
presenting with a NIHSS of 8.
Imaging confirmed Basilar Occlusion and a Stenosis at the AICA Segment.
Dr. Audrius Sirvinskas
Republic Vilnius University Hospital
No IV-tPA (beyond indicated time window)
Dr. Sirvinskas decided to treat the patient with thrombectomy using a
NeVa 4.5 x 29.0 mm under local aspiration with a VECTA (ID: 0.074”)
Integrilin y 11mg I/V BOLUS
Full recanalization was achieved in a single pass.
Angio showing Basilar Occlusion
Angio showing full recanalization of the occlusion after the first NeVa pass
24 hour NIHSS of the patient was 0.
Dr Sirvinskas declares:
“This case would hardly ever be recanalized in a single pass with any other device than NeVa. It is a true NeVa case!”
At VESALIO, we feel blessed to be part of the stroke field where together with these dedicated physicians, we can make an incredible impact on people’s lives.
Thank you Vilnius!