A winning team – the novel LVIS EVO stent and HydroCoils!

Join René CHAPOT (Germany) and Chrysanthi PAPAGIANNAKI (France) from LINNC Paris 2021 as these two well-known interventional neuroradiologists discuss their latest experience using Microvention HydroCoils with the LVIS EVO stent .
Learn why their choice is becoming evident: HydoCoils are more efficient, with less occlusion rates and less recurrence than comparable platinum coils…and, with the high level of evidence we have today we know they’re safe.
Join that with the new LVIS EVO – a braided stent with drawn filled tubing (DFT) technology using a combination of platinum and nitinol that remains highly visible – no matter what the length!It is easy to manipulate, capture and redeploy, and has been shown to easily pass through a balloon or open…which might be enough in itself, but as René CHAPOT and Chrysanthi PAPAGIANNAKI emphasize – the proof is in the hard data.That’s why Microvention has launched the SEALANT study focusing on the HydroCoils and braided stent combination to back up what these two experienced specialists have already seen – that this is a safe and effective treatment for many types of aneurysms.
But how does Chrysanthi PAPAGIANNAKI recommend using these exciting devices?Would she use a microcatheter first, and then the LVIS EVO stent?Balloon assisted HydroCoiling and then LVIS EVO?Jailing? A Balloon for small aneurysms?What’s the best way to do this procedure? Let’s find out here….

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