A Proximal Occlusion: One and Done | Vesalio

A PROXIMAL OCCLUSIONS:

ONE AND DONE

Right ICA Tip Occlusion 1st Pass Success
with NeVa™ T (4.5 x 37 mm)
Clinical Case Report
Presentation
75 year old female patient presented with NIHSS of 14.
Time from Onset was 1,5 hours at the time of admission to Medical Park stroke center.
 
​The patient had a medical history of hypertenssion and atrial fibrillation and was on a once/day regime of Rivaroxaban 20 mg.
Imaging confirmed Right ICA Tip occlusion
Professor Dr. Serdar Geyik
Istanbul Istinye University
Medical Park Hospital
Istanbul, Turkey
Pre-op Imaging done at the referring center at 55 min from onset
The Procedure
Professor Geyik and the Medical Park team decided to treat the patient with thrombectomy using a NeVa T (4 mm x 37 mm) under distal aspiration. Full recanalization was possible in a single pass.
Angio showing Right ICA Tip Occlusion
First Pass Success with NeVa T (4.5mm x 37mm)
Thrombectomy was done under distal aspiration with NeVa T (4.5 mm x 37 mm).
Full recanalization (TICI 3) was possible with a single pass.
Angios showing full recanalization (TICI 3) of the occlusion site after the first NeVa (4,5x37 mm) pass
Procedural Statistics
Post op Imaging: 24h DWI
Clinical Success
24 hour NIHSS of the patient was 1.
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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 Istanbul!
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