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Therapeutic Areas: Hematology | Neurology | Family Medicine
Disease Category: Aneurysm
Location: United States, FL

Clinical Trial Details

Overview

Research Study Summary

Aneurysm - HUD - Humanitarian Use Device - device to use with embolic coils for treatment of wide-neck, intracranial, saccular or fusiform aneurysms.

Purpose

Treatment of diagnosed aneurysm for wide-neck, intracranial, saccular or fusiform aneurysms

Patient Inclusion Criteria: Patients diagnosed through 1) CTA (computed tomographic angiography); 2) MRA (magnetic resonance angiography; or 3) diagnostic cerebral angiogram having an aneurysm of qualifying size to require surgical intervention - Coil Embolization Procedure is a type of neurovascular intervention procedure. There are a few different types of material used to fill an aneurysm. The most common are coils – long strands of very thin, coiled wire that look like guitar strings but are flexible like telephone cords.

Patient Exclusion Criteria: those patients not having a "wide-neck" aneurysm diagnosed by above criteria.

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Gender

Both Male and Female

Age

N/A

Overall Status

Recruiting

Facility Type

N/A

Contact

Laszlo Miskolczi, MD, Principal Investigator
Holy Cross Jim Moran Heart and Vascular Research Institute
Holy Cross Hospital
4725 North Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Phone: (954)492-5780
Fax: 954-492-5773

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CW ID: 179625

Date Last Changed: July 19, 2013


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