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Acute Ischemic Stroke (AIS)
An ischemic stroke is caused by a blockage cutting off the blood supply to the brain, so the standard treatment is the administration of a ‘clot busting’ drug, which needs to be given within four-and-a-half hours for optimal effect. In large vessel occlusions, administration of a clot buster may be followed by mechanical thrombectomy, an expert procedure where the clot is physically removed.

CATHI training software for Ischemic Stroke Intervention offers hands-on training for mechanical thrombectomy in the treatment of acute ischemic stroke. Trainees can improve their skills in challenging scenarios by practicing in a realistic environment on difficult accesses and dealing with unforeseen complications, without the stress of facing a ‘real’ patient. The selection of instruments is diverse and includes aspiration catheter, wires, balloon catheter, stent retriever and self-expanding stents. Diverse anatomies and atypical aortic branching can be trained in depth.
An ischemic stroke is caused by a blockage cutting off the blood supply to the brain, so the standard treatment is the administration of a ‘clot busting’ drug, which needs to be given within four-and-a-half hours for optimal effect. In large vessel occlusions, administration of a clot buster may be followed by mechanical thrombectomy, an expert procedure where the clot is physically removed.

CATHI training software for Ischemic Stroke Intervention offers hands-on training for mechanical thrombectomy in the treatment of acute ischemic stroke. Trainees can improve their skills in challenging scenarios by practicing in a realistic environment on difficult accesses and dealing with unforeseen complications, without the stress of facing a ‘real’ patient. The selection of instruments is diverse and includes aspiration catheter, wires, balloon catheter, stent retriever and self-expanding stents. Diverse anatomies and atypical aortic branching can be trained in depth.
An ischemic stroke is caused by a blockage cutting off the blood supply to the brain, so the standard treatment is the administration of a ‘clot busting’ drug, which needs to be given within four-and-a-half hours for optimal effect. In large vessel occlusions, administration of a clot buster may be followed by mechanical thrombectomy, an expert procedure where the clot is physically removed.

CATHI training software for Ischemic Stroke Intervention offers hands-on training for mechanical thrombectomy in the treatment of acute ischemic stroke. Trainees can improve their skills in challenging scenarios by practicing in a realistic environment on difficult accesses and dealing with unforeseen complications, without the stress of facing a ‘real’ patient. The selection of instruments is diverse and includes aspiration catheter, wires, balloon catheter, stent retriever and self-expanding stents. Diverse anatomies and atypical aortic branching can be trained in depth.