An intracranial blood flow deflector is designed to deflect blood flow from an aneurysm during a minimally invasive procedure (MIP) and restore normal blood flow by strengthening the vessel wall. Even greater safety of the procedure and improved basic specifications guarantee the more advanced treatment of cerebral aneurysms.
The p64 intracranial blood flow modulator, fully extended and refolded during the procedure, is the only device in its class with an optimal layout for safe, complete blood flow restoration. Hemodynamics in the aneurysm is effectively enhanced by the arrangement of the innovative wire guide made of nitinol, and impeccable visibility is reached by eight proximal markers and two helical coils.
The selection of phenox intracranial blood flow modulators also includes various options with a special HPC coating that inhibits platelet aggregation and an easy-moving wire guide (MW) designed to treat complex aneurysms safely.