First European experience with the AXS Catalyst 7 Distal Access Catheter

AXS Catalyst 7
A 71-year old patient presented to Dr. Charlotte Ruthner of Klinikum Rechts der Isar in Munich, Germany with an acute ischemic stroke secondary to a distal left M1 occlusion extending to the proximal M2.  Patient anatomy included a tortuous cervical ICA and a Type III cavernous ICA.  Dr. Ruthner used a combination technique with the AXS Catalyst 7 Distal Access Catheter, FlowGate2 Balloon Guide Catheter, AXS Universal Aspiration Set, and a stent retriever to achieve TICI 3 reperfusion on the first pass.  This marks the first European human use of the Stryker AXS Catalyst 7 Distal Access Catheter, which received CE Mark on September 6.  Find out more by visiting Stryker’s booth at SLICE or speak to your local sales rep to learn more.

 

First European experience with the AXS Catalyst 7 Distal Access Catheter

Case images courtesy of Dr. Charlotte Ruthner. Results from case studies are not predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary

 

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