WAKE UP STROKE
Left M1 Occlusion 1st Pass Success
with NeVa™ M1 (4.0 x 30 mm)
Clinical Case Report
81 year old male patient presented with NIHSS of 21. The patient was last seen well 6.5 hours ago.
Imaging confirmed Left MCA occlusion.
Professor Dr. Serdar Geyik
Istanbul Istinye University
Medical Park Hospital
No IV-tPA was given to this patient since it was a wake up stroke.
Professor Geyik and the Medical Park team decided to treat the patient with thrombectomy using a NeVa M1 (4 mm x 30 mm) under distal aspiration. Full recanalization was possible in a single pass.
Angio showing Left MCA (M1) Occlusion
Angios showing full recanalization of the occlusion after the first NeVa pass
First Pass Success with NeVa M1 (4mm x 30mm)
Thrombectomy was done under distal aspiration with NeVa M1 (4mm x 30mm) using captive technique (partial retrieval of NeVa into the DAC tip).
Full recanalization (TICI 3) was possible with a single pass and significant thrombus was observed within the device.