Table 1

Summary of patient demographics, presentation, aneurysm location and characteristics, devices used during the procedure as well as the immediate angiographic outcome and any intraprocedural complications encountered

CasePatient presentationAneurysm locationAneurysm sizeArterial access, guide catheterDevice delivery microcatheterPulse Rider dimensionsAneurysm accessCoilsImmediate angiographic occlusion
170+ with fall, found on non-contrast CTBasilar apexHeight 16 mm
Dome 15 mm
Neck 10 mm
Right radial artery, 6F Neuron Maxx 088 sheathProwler Select Plus 021, Transend 0.014 inch microwire10 mm ‘T’, 11.1 mm length, 3.5–4.5 mm diameterEchelon 10 microcatheter, Transend 0.014 inch microwirePresidio 14 mm×4 cm, G2 hypersoft 12 mm×30 cm (2), Deltamaxx 12 mm×42 cm (2), G2 hypersoft 10 mm×30 cm, 7 mm×21 cm 6 mm×20 cm 6 mm×15 cm 6 mm×20 cm 4 mm×8 cm, 3 mm×6 cm, 3 mm×8 cmRaymond 1
260+ presented with memory disturbanceCarotid terminus rightHeight 4.3 mm
Dome
4 mm
Neck
3.5 mm
Right common femoral artery, 6F Neuron 070Prowler Select Plus 021, Transend 0.014 inch microwire8.6 mm ‘T’, 11.1 mm length, 3.5–4.5 mm diameterSL 10 straight, Synchro 0.014 inch microwireTarget 360 Ultra 3 mm×8 cm, 2 mm×6 cm, Target 360 nano 2 mm×4 cm, Target 360 Ultra 2mm×6cmRaymond 1
360+ presented with dizzinessBasilar apexHeight 7.3 mm
Dome 8.1 mm
Neck 4.7 mm
Right common femoral artery, 6F ChaperoneProwler Select Plus 021, Transend 0.014 inch microwire8.6 mm ‘Y’, 12.2 mm length, 2.7–3.5 mm diameterSL 10 straight, Traxcess 0.014 inch microwirePresidio 8 mm×30 cm, Deltamaxx 5 mm×20 cm, Hydrosoft 4 mm×10 cm, Deltapaq 4 mm×10 cm, 3 mm×10 cm, Hydrosoft 2.5 mm×6 cmRaymond 1