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P083/233  Angiographic outcomes of embolization in patients with intracranial aneurysms with coil-assisted laser cut versus braided stents
  1. Andrés Ortiz,
  2. Daniela D Vera,
  3. Andrés Catalá,
  4. Paula Correa,
  5. Omar Flores,
  6. Juan Jose Lara,
  7. Sergio Serrano,
  8. Adriana Reyes,
  9. Carlos Ferreira,
  10. Oliverio Vargas,
  11. Daniel Mantilla García
  1. UNAB/FOSCAL, Bucaramanga, Colombia


Introduction Intracranial aneurysms are a focal dilatation of the vessel wall, the rupture of these, causes subarachnoid hemorrhage. Until now, endovascular management is the ideal treatment, providing the interventionist a range of options among which the stent and coils embolization stands out because of its occlusion rate.

Aim of Study This study presents the results of a retrospective cohort comparing the effectiveness, morbidity, and mortality of IA treatment with laser-cut stent-assisted coils versus braided stents.

Methods Retrospective cohort of patients diagnosed with unruptured intracranial aneurysms treated with coil-assisted laser-cut stents or braided stents.

Results 138 patients with 147 intracranial aneurysms were analyzed, with the main antecedent of arterial hypertension (48.55%), the most used stents group were the laser cut stents, the most used among these was the solitaire (54.95%). Hydrocoils were used in 66.89% of the patients and in-stent angioplasty was performed in 6.12%.

Conclusion Treatment of patients with intracranial aneurysms with laser-cut stents or braided stents and coils is just as safe and effective.

Disclosure of Interest Nothing to disclose

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