Overcoming Distal Stroke Challenges in Flow, Clot Dislodgement & Ingestion with Next-Gen Catheters

In this webinar, our panel of experts delved into crucial topics to address the challenges in distal stroke interventions using next-generation catheters.


Guided by our moderator, Adnan Siddiqui, and featuring insights from speakers Tobias Boeckh-Behrens, Paolo Machi, and James Wareham, watch this webinar replay if you're looking to:
✅ Understand the unique design and distinction of the Q Catheter for Distal Stroke Interventions.
✅ Explore the scientific principles and aspiration performance behind next-gen catheters.
✅ Learn procedural best practices for effective usage in clinical settings.
✅ Compare the Q Catheter with traditional catheters for comprehensive insights.
✅ Examine real-life case studies to assess safety and efficacy.


This program is supported by MIVI Neuroscience.



Legal mention:

Q Catheter indications for use:

  • In the EU, the Q Aspiration Catheter is indicated for use in the removal of fresh, soft emboli and thrombi in the peripheral and neurovascular systems. It may also be used as a diagnostic angiographic catheter.
  • In the United States, the Q Aspiration Catheter is for Investigational Use Only and is not for sale.  The Q Distal Access Catheter is cleared as a distal access catheter in the United States. The Q Distal Access Catheter is indicated for use with compatible guide catheters in facilitating the insertion and guidance of microcatheters into a selected blood vessel in the peripheral, coronary and neuro vascular systems.


Conference room 10:55:01 am Super Bore Catheters for Aspiration Thrombectomy


Conference room 11:15:02 am Stroke case of middle right cerebral artery with dissection due to ballon guiding Catheter


Conference room 11:55:01 am Which one to treat first? Heart or Brain? That is the question


Conference room 8:55:01 am The Tragedies of life are largely Arterial: Sir William Osler


Large core stroke: how to select patients suitable for thrombectomy ?