FRED Stent for the Treatment of Intracranial Aneurysms
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AbstractBackground and Objective:
FRED (Flow Re-direction Endoluminal Device, Microvention/Terumo) is a second generation dual layer flow diverting stent for the treatment of intracranial aneurysm. We aimed to review the experience in a regional hospital in Hong Kong under a new antiplatelet alone protocol.

We retrospectively reviewed all patients with intracranial aneurysms treated with FRED under a new antiplatelet alone protocol in Prince of Wales Hospital in Hong Kong.

Twenty patients with fusiform or saccular aneurysms were included. Four patients had previous coil embolization for ruptured aneurysm with radiological recurrence and two patients had previous Neuroform stent-assisted embolization. Two patients were treated during the acute phase of subarachnoid hemorrhage. All patients were able to have FRED deployed for aneurysm treatment. At 12 months, 77% of aneurysms had complete occlusion and 8% of aneurysm had near complete occlusion. Both of the 2 aneurysms covered with overlapping FRED achieved complete occlusion at 12 months. There were no procedure or post-operative stroke or hemorrhage up to last follow up.

FRED treatment was safe and feasible. The complete occlusion or near complete occlusion were achieved in 85% of aneurysms at 12 months after FRED treatment for intracranial aneurysm. FRED treatment was safe and feasible in all patients in our study.
All Author(s) ListWong Kwok Chu George, Yu Chun Ho Simon, Ho Lok Yan Faith
Name of Conference14th Congress of the World Federation of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology (14th WFITN 2017 Congress)
Start Date of Conference16/10/2017
End Date of Conference19/10/2017
Place of ConferenceBudapest
Country/Region of ConferenceHungary
Proceedings TitleInterventional Neuroradiology
Volume Number23
Issue NumberSuppl 1
Pages202 - 202
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsFRED, Intracranial Aneurysms

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