KinG

Thrombectomy for
Acute Ischemıc Stroke


KinG Revascularization Device Designed with an optimized delivery system - produces lower delivery force for improved procedural efficiency and smooth navigation through even the complex anatomy.


THROMBECTOMY FOR  ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE

KinG Revascularization Device Designed with an optimized delivery system - produces lower delivery force for improved procedural efficiency and smooth navigation through even the complex anatomy. The treatment approaches using thrombectomy devices in recanalization, and efficient emergency stroke workflow processes have opened new frontiers in managing patients with an acute ischemic stroke.
 

 

THROMBECTOMY FOR  ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE

KinG Revascularization Device Designed with an optimized delivery system - produces lower delivery force for improved procedural efficiency and smooth navigation through even the complex anatomy. The treatment approaches using thrombectomy devices in recanalization, and efficient emergency stroke workflow processes have opened new frontiers in managing patients with an acute ischemic stroke.
 

 

The King is consist of a expandable design made of nitinol and a pusher wire attached to the nitinol scafolding. Supplied preloaded to the introducer sheath. The device is designed to be delivered via a microcatheter placed on the clot and removed with the clot to ensure revascularization of the occluded intracranial vessel. The revascularization procedure uses a widely accepted mode of administration where the arterial system is accessed through the femoral artery in the groin. The device is then directed to the brain using standard endovascular techniques.

 

King 4-20 and 6-30 for large thrombus load in carotid “T” and proximal MCA occlusions

        • King 4-20 for treatment of distal MCA occlusions

        • Proven safety and efficacy with excellent long-term outcome

        • Unique proximal “ring” design and helical slit provide balanced