A Proximal Occlusion: One and Done - Case Report

Right ICA Tip Occlusion 1st Pass Success with "NeVa T" (4.5 x 37 mm)


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 and the Medical Park Hospital team decided to treat the patient with thrombectomy using a "NeVa T" (4.5mm x 37mm) under distal aspiration.


Click here to read more and see before and after photos of their 1st Pass Success!


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