Hemorrhagic Stroke

Emergent leader in Vascular Reconstruction Solutions

Healthcare Professionals Neurovascular Hemorrhagic Stroke

Through a culture of forming strong collaboration with medical experts, MicroPort® has developed leading vascular reconstruction solutions to support surgeons with their emergency needs.

NUMENTM Coil Embolization System

Redefining versatility

NUMENTM Coil Embolization System is designed for the treatment of neurovascular aneurysms. Depositing the platinum coil into the intracranial aneurysm could achieve reduction or blockage of the blood flow into the aneurysm to reduce the risk of the aneurysm rupturing. With 3 series (MicroFrame, MicroFill, and MicroFinish) and 177 sizes, NumenTM delivers coil conformability, softness and volume in a single product family. The CATCH clinical trial1 proved that NumenTM possesses both safety and efficacy.

NumenFRTM is the detachment system of NumenTM. It provides reliable, fast and simplified electrolytic detachment with real-time feedback and ergonomic handle.

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Tubridge® Vascular Reconstruction Device

A revolutionary surgical solution for treating cerebral aneurysms

The Tubridge® Vascular Reconstruction Device is an aneurysm treatment solution designed with a revolutionary surgical concept. The treatment of aneurysms can be achieved by isolating the blood flow from the parent artery and changing / reconstructing the hemodynamics. The excellent release mechanism and wall apposition characteristics of Tubridge® enables it provides comprehensive coverage at the aneurysm neck, whilst its scaffold provides a stable medium for subsequent endothelialization. The PARAT clinical trials2 have provided evidence that the Tubridge® solution provides superior clinical outcomes than stent assisted coiling in the treatment of cerebral aneurysms.

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WILLIS® Intracranial Stent Graft System

Immediate Occlusion, Effective Exclusion

Willis® Intracranial Stent Graft system is a stent graft solution for the treatment of intracranial aneurysms. The immediate blood flow reconstruction can effectively isolate the blood flow between the aneurysm and the parent artery, while still keeping the blood flow to the parent artery unobstructed. This way, the hemodynamics of the lesion area is reconstructed, and the purpose of aneurysm treatment is achieved.

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