Nerves and blood vessels

Despite progress in medicine, stroke still remains one of the leading causes of death and the main cause of severe disability in the world. In Lithuania, about 3500 people die from stroke every year, and in the world – every sixth person.

Significant innovations in the treatment of stroke and other neurological interventions fundamentally change the process of treating neurovascular diseases and the recovery of patients after treatment. Minimally invasive neurovascular procedures – exclusive, allowing doctors to quickly and accurately carry out corrective reconstructive actions with the help of advanced minimally invasive equipment, and facilitate the healing and rehabilitation processes for patients.

Not only doctors, but also patients need to know about innovative, sparing treatment options, choose the most attractive method of treatment for themselves. Accurate diagnosis, a personalised, patient-specific treatment approach and continuous monitoring are essential to prolong patients’ life expectancy. Innovative complex solutions for the treatment of blood vessels and nervous diseases of the head and stubble, which preserve the patient’s health, less harm the patient, help to recover faster after treatment and return to the usual living environment and rhythm faster.

Treatment of vascular, nervous diseases of the head and spine

BRAIN ANEURYSM

ISCHEMIC
STROKE

ARTERIOVENOUS MALFORMATIONS

CAROTID ARTERY STENOSIS

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Products

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CAS-One IR

Artificial intelligence navigation system developed by Swiss manufacturer CASCINATION to help plan, navigate and remove tumours during percutaneous interventions

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TATO

An attachment developed by Japanese manufacturer TERUMO that can use up to four antennas simultaneously. It is extremely easy to operate, ergonomic and ensures a safe procedure

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CRYOCARE TOUCH

US company VARIAN's system is designed to freeze tissue at ultra-low temperatures, and the cryoprobe can produce "ice balls" of various sizes

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CLINIPORATION VITAE

The IGEA system from IGEA, an Italian company, is an electrochemotherapy system that can be used for both superficial tumours and parenchymal tumours