“Tough clots" special feature: preclinical research, replication & best treatment strategies



Dr. Jildaz Caroff
Interventional Neuroradiologist
Bicêtre Hospital
Paris, France


In this second edition of our Special "Tough Clot" feature, you will have the opportunity to meet the individuals doing the preclinical research, discovering their approaches and concerns as they broaden our understanding of clots and how to effectively treat them.




Preclinical research in Interventional Neuroradiology  

From clinical practice to preclinical research, let us take you on a journey in these rewarding interviews with Dr. Vania Anagnostakou, Assistant Professor at UMASS (USA). 

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Clot Samples in Laboratory

Sarah Johnson, biomedical engineer at Cerenovus, shares her experience of reproducing clots, the learning that it brings, and the next challenges to explore. 

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From clinical needs to new device design development

Alfonso Fantigrossi, R&D Project Manager at Cerenovus, presents the genesis of the Nimbus Geometric clot extractor and more precisely the definition of unmet needs, its special features and, the different steps and prototypes developed before reaching out the final version.

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Speed Retrieval Influence on clot extraction

Join Dr. Sébastien Soize, Interventional Neuroradiologist at Reims Hospital (France), as he comments on a new impactful parameter in an experimental study on different thrombi types.

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In vitro model of calcified cerebral emboli

Calcified clots are the toughest of all clots and surely a challenge for physicians. Pr Frédéric Clarençon, Interventionalist in Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital (France), travelled to Galway to find in silico the best thrombectomy strategy.

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