Safe and exemplary occlusion for wide neck bifurcation aneurysms using the Microvention WEB system

For LINNC China 2022 , Professor Adam S. Arthur presents the 5-year follow-up from WEB-IT studying the Microvention WEB aneurysm embolization system. With these long-term data now showing the device to be safe and effective with no rebleeding from ruptured index aneurysms or hemorrhage from unruptured index aneurysms during this period, Prof. Arthur discusses in detail the excellent safety outcomes with high rates of adequate occlusion maintained at 5-years. He shares the increasing experience using the WEB device with a series of cases illustrating different aspects of using the WEB including the question of retreatment and how to effectively respond. Learn why retreatment might occur, how WEB shape modification could take place and the nature of the type or location of the aneurysm being treated with the device. With the WEB’s proven ability to treat unruptured and ruptured wide-neck aneurysms, knowing that it leaves no metal behind or requires the use of antiplatelet medications…isn’t it time you learned more by joining Prof Arthur here?

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Conference room 9:10:01 am Recurrence of a ruptured pericallosal aneurysm

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Conference room 2:45:01 pm These are really small aneurysms!

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Conference room 12:00:01 pm Flat anterior communicating aneurysm

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Conference room 8:50:01 am Endovascular treatment for a ruptured, growing, mycotic aneurysm in the proximal middle cerebral artery

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Conference room 3:20:01 pm Flat right carotido-ophthalmic aneurysm