Table 2

Case properties and technical details

CaseSheath catheterInitial Navien positionPED sizes (mm)Fluoro time (min)Heparin (units)Start of intra-NavienPED segmentPost-processing
1ShuttlePetrocav4.25×16
4.25×12*
69.17000H. cavMidN
2N. MAXA13.25×25
3.25×35
3.5×30
3.5×35
3.75×30*
210.210 000SupraclinoidProximalY
3ShuttleSupraclinoid4×20*50.46000A. genuProximalN
4ShuttleP. genu4.5×14*71.47000A. genuProximalY (T 5×10)
5N. MAXMid-cerv ICA5×35*
5×30
61.66000Mid-cervProximalN
6ShuttleP. genu3.75×16*54.25000A. genuMidY (T 4×10)
7N. MAXP. genu4.5×16*23.05000P. genuProximalN
8ShuttlePetrocav4.5×25*79.67000A. genuMidY (HG 4×20)
9N. MAXH. cav4×16*44.55000A. genuProximalN
10ShuttlePetrocavFlex 4.25×14*33.93000PetrocavMidY (T 4×10)
11N. MAXPetrocavFlex 4.25×18*40.16000PetrocavProximalY (T 4×10)
  • *Indicates PED opened with intra-Navien deployment.

  • A. genu, anterior genu of cavernous ICA; Cerv, cervical; H. cav, horizontal cavernous ICA; HG, HyperGlide balloon (Covidien Vascular Therapies, Mansfield, Massachusetts, USA); ICA, internal carotid artery; N. MAX, 8F 088 Neuron MAX Delivery Catheter, straight tip, 90 cm (Penumbra, Alameda, California, USA); P. genu, posterior genu of cavernous ICA; PED, Pipeline embolization device; Petrocav, petrocavernous ICA; Shuttle, 6F 087 Flexor Shuttle guiding sheath, straight tip, 90 cm (Cook Medical, Bloomington, Indiana, USA); T, TransForm balloon compliant (Stryker Neurovascular, Fremont, California, USA).