[LINNC 2019] Silk Vista baby, first experiences and future perspectives

BALT symposium: Silk Vista Baby, a low profile flow diverter of growing importance in neurosurgeons' daily practice
With Mario GALDAMEZ, Spain, Ulf QUASCHLING and Stefan SCHOB, Germany

 

 

Join Mario GALDAMEZ, Ulf QUASCHLING and Stefan SCHOB as they present their experiences and clinical outcomes with the Silk Vista Baby, a low profile flow diverter designed for the treatment of intracranial aneurysms, offering the unique feature of deliverability via a 0.017 inch microcatheter.

 

 

Mario GALDAMEZ also shares the results of the FIRST clinical study (acronym for Safety and efficacy of Silk Vista Baby Flow diverter for intracranial aneurysm treatment), which aimed to evaluate the 12-months morbi-mortality of Silk Vista Baby in the treatment of intracranial aneurysms and its safety and efficacy at short and long term.

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