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The ANA catheter system (may also be designated as "ANA system", "ANA 18 -002" or "ANA device") is a distal access catheter designed to assist in neurovascular procedures by facilitating the insertion and guiding of other devices (i.e. retrieval devices and intravascular catheters) and restricting blood flow at the target position. It is a sterile, single-use, disposable intravascular device comprised of two coaxial catheters (delivery catheter and funnel catheter) consisting of sections of variable stiffness. The funnel catheter is comprised of a radiopaque nitinol braid (self-expanding funnel), covered by a continuous silicone coating that, when deployed, provides local and temporary flow restriction. The delivery catheter has a hydrophilic coating to reduce friction during use and a radiopaque marker on the distal end. Both catheters have Luer lock hubs on their proximal end.
The proposed study has been designed to collect prospective clinical evidence to compare the Anaconda ANA device to similar devices used for guiding and supporting stent retrievers during neurothrombectomy procedures. The protocol has been designed to replicate the patient population enrolled in prior studies of similar devices. The primary endpoint will be ability of the investigational device to facilitate stentriever deployment and neurothrombectomy in the anterior circulation, with successful reperfusion defined as achieving a modified Thrombolysis in Cerebral Infarction (mTICI) score of ≥2b in the target vessel with ≤3 passes of the investigational device without the use of rescue therapy. Follow-up at 24h, Day 5 (+/- 12 h) or discharge, whichever comes first and at 90 days will allow documentation of the clinical outcome of the neurothrombectomy procedure as a whole and detect any device related and other complications, making use of the ANA device for distal access.
Hospital Vall d'Hebron
Not yet recruiting
Anaconda Biomed S.L.
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-09-25T06:13:38-0400
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