Table 3

Revascularization and clinical outcome compared with MAT12 and ADAPT6 trials using primary aspiration thrombectomy and NASA24 using stent retriever thrombectomy

RITA (n=152)MAT (n=112)ADAPT (n=100)NASA (n=354)
Site (%)M1 (48), ICAT (26.3), B (9.2), T (16.4)M1 (62), M2 (8), ICAT (19), B (11), T (18)M1 (43), M2 (18), ICA (9), ICAT (14), B (5), T (11)M1 (56), ICAT (23), B (10.2)
NIHSS baseline19.7171718.1
Extra device, %36.84122_
TICI ≥2b, %75.686.69572.5
ENT, %1.93.50_
sICH, %
90-day mRS ≤2, %50.646.14042
90-day mortality, %7.9312330.2
  • ADAPT, a direct aspiration first pass technique; B, basilar artery; ENT, embolization to new territories; ICA, internal carotid artery; ICAT, terminus internal carotid artery; MAT, manual aspiration thrombectomy; M1, M2, middle cerebral artery; mRS, modified Rankin Scale; P1, posterior cerebral artery; PTR, time from groin puncture to revascularization (min); sICH, symptomatic intracranial hemorrhage; T, tandem occlusions, TICI, Thrombolysis In Cerebral Infarction.