Micrus Endovascular's stretch-resistant microcoils:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Micrus Endovascular's full line of stretch- resistant microcoils, including Cashmere, Presidio, HeliPaq and UltiPaq embolic coils are designed for the endovascular treatment of cerebral aneurysms. Sales of the devices will be managed by Goodman, Micrus' exclusive distributor in the Japanese market. The San Jose, California company claims that its bare platinum microcoils are currently used in around half of all embolic procedures conducted in Japan. Micrus is also working towards Japanese approval for its Cerecyte bioactive microcoils.
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