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Surgeon explains who needs screening for abdominal aortic aneurysms

Surgeon explains who needs screening for abdominal aortic aneurysms

Bulges in body's major blood vessel can cause potentially lethal ruptures, blood clots. An abdominal aortic aneurysm is a potentially life-threatening condition: If the body's major blood vessel ruptures, it can prove deadly. [More]
Trial to evaluate safety of FRED- flow diversion system for treatment of aneurysms

Trial to evaluate safety of FRED- flow diversion system for treatment of aneurysms

After Susan Wakulich was told she had an aneurysm, she figured an invasive brain surgery and lengthy recovery lay ahead of her. [More]
Study: Minimally invasive aortic repair procedure safer for patients

Study: Minimally invasive aortic repair procedure safer for patients

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have documented the safety benefits of aortic stent grafts inserted during minimally invasive surgery to repair abdominal aortic aneurysms - weaknesses in the body's largest artery that can rupture, causing potentially lethal internal bleeding. [More]
Lombard Medical exhibits Aorfix system at Critical Issues in Aortic Endografting symposium

Lombard Medical exhibits Aorfix system at Critical Issues in Aortic Endografting symposium

Lombard Medical, Inc, a medical device company focused on Endovascular Aortic Repair (EVAR) of abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA), exhibited its Aorfix Endovascular stent graft system at the 18th international experts' symposium, Critical Issues in Aortic Endografting, in Malmö, Sweden on June 27-28, 2014. [More]
High-risk surgery patients who visit primary care physician have lower risk of hospital readmissions

High-risk surgery patients who visit primary care physician have lower risk of hospital readmissions

Patients who have post-operative complications following high-risk surgery have a significantly lower risk of being readmitted to the hospital within 30 days if they go see their primary care physician soon following discharge, a new study in JAMA Surgery shows. [More]
Research roundup: Role of primary care in reducing readmissions; air transport for wounded soldiers; hospital prices

Research roundup: Role of primary care in reducing readmissions; air transport for wounded soldiers; hospital prices

Follow-up with a primary care provider (PCP) in addition to the surgical team is routinely recommended to patients discharged after major surgery despite no clear evidence that it improves outcomes. [More]
Novel technology serves as "flight simulator" for neurosurgeons

Novel technology serves as "flight simulator" for neurosurgeons

NYU Langone Medical Center is now using a novel technology that serves as a "flight simulator" for neurosurgeons, allowing them to rehearse complicated brain surgeries before making an actual incision on a patient. [More]
Covidien launches Pipeline Flex embolization device at annual LINNC in Paris

Covidien launches Pipeline Flex embolization device at annual LINNC in Paris

Further strengthening its broad line of neurovascular products to treat unruptured brain aneurysms, Covidien plc announced the European launch of its Pipeline™ Flex embolization device at the annual Live Interventional Neuroradiology & Neurosurgery Course (LINNC), held in Paris June 23-25. This next-generation flow diversion device received CE Mark earlier this year. [More]
New study show direct link between depression and medication nonadherence

New study show direct link between depression and medication nonadherence

A new study led by Alan B. Ettinger, M.D., M.B.A., Director of the Epilepsy Center at Neurological Surgery, P.C., has found that many patients who fail to take their antiseizure medications are suffering from depression. [More]
1% of adults experience headaches associated with sexual activity, shows report

1% of adults experience headaches associated with sexual activity, shows report

About 1 percent of adults report they have experienced headaches associated with sexual activity, and that such headaches can be severe. [More]

Pulsar Vascular announces FDA approval of PulseRider IDE for intracranial bifurcation aneurysms

Pulsar Vascular, the innovator and developer of the PulseRider, a minimally invasive, aneurysm neck reconstruction device, announced today the United States Food and Drug Administration's approval of an Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) for the PulseRider. [More]

Lombard Medical showcases Aorfix Endovascular Stent Graft at SVS Annual Meeting

Lombard Medical, Inc., a medical device company focused on Endovascular Aortic Repair (EVAR) of abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA), showcased its Aorfix Endovascular Stent Graft at the 2014 Society for Vascular Surgery Annual Meeting in Boston, June 5-7. [More]
Concise analysis of robotics and surgical navigation systems in the U.S. market

Concise analysis of robotics and surgical navigation systems in the U.S. market

Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: U.S. Market for Surgical Navigation Systems and Robotics [More]
Blood pressure has heterogeneous associations with cardiovascular diseases

Blood pressure has heterogeneous associations with cardiovascular diseases

The associations between blood pressure and cardiovascular disease are variable, reveals a large study that highlights the impact of angina and heart failure. [More]
Edge Therapeutics commences enrollment in second cohort of EG-1962 Phase 1/2 NEWTON study for aSAH

Edge Therapeutics commences enrollment in second cohort of EG-1962 Phase 1/2 NEWTON study for aSAH

Edge Therapeutics, a clinical-stage biotechnology company that discovers, develops and seeks to commercialize novel, hospital-based therapies for acute, life-threatening neurological conditions, today announced that it has initiated patient enrollment in the second cohort of the NEWTON study, a multicenter, randomized, controlled, open-label, Phase 1/2 clinical trial of the company's lead product candidate, EG-1962. [More]
Systolic, diastolic blood pressures may have different effects on different types of cardiovascular diseases

Systolic, diastolic blood pressures may have different effects on different types of cardiovascular diseases

Raised systolic and diastolic blood pressures may have different effects on different types of cardiovascular diseases and at different ages, according to new research involving 1.25 million patients from primary care practices in England published in a special themed issue of The Lancet. [More]
New research sheds light on brain aneurysm

New research sheds light on brain aneurysm

New research by an international consortium, including a researcher from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, may help physicians better understand the chronological development of a brain aneurysm. [More]
Finnish study: Size of aneurysm does not impact risk of brain aneurysms rupture

Finnish study: Size of aneurysm does not impact risk of brain aneurysms rupture

Approximately one third of all brain aneurysms rupture during a patient's lifetime, resulting in a brain haemorrhage. A recent Finnish study demonstrates that, unlike what was previously assumed, the size of the aneurysm does not significantly impact the risk of rupture. [More]
Amsel Medical files 510(K) Pre-Marketing Notification with FDA for Amsel Occluder Device

Amsel Medical files 510(K) Pre-Marketing Notification with FDA for Amsel Occluder Device

Amsel Medical Corporation today announced that it has successfully completed filing of a Pre-Marketing Notification (510(k)) with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its Amsel Occluder Device. [More]

Analysts forecast Global Endovascular Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair Devices market to grow at CAGR of 10.67%

The analysts forecast the Global Endovascular Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair Devices market to grow at a CAGR of 10.67 percent over the period 201-2016. One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the high prevalence of abdominal aortic aneurysms. [More]