Table 1

Patient data, clinical characteristics, endovascular rescue therapy and outcome

Patient numberClinical characteristicsEndovascular rescue therapyOutcome
AgeGenderWFNS gradeFisher scaleAneurysm localisationAneurysm obliterationLocalisation of TBAIntra-arterial nimodipineBalloon type (NCB, CB)ComplicationsCVS-associated infarctionIn-hpospital mortalitymRS after 3 months
151f23BACoilingMCA+NCB 2.0×9 mm Gateway (Boston Scientific)4
233f44ICACoilingICA+ACA+MCA+CB 4.0×10 mm HyperGlide (Medtronic)2
335m24SCACoilingICA+NCB 2.5×20 mm Ryujin Plus (Terumo)3
465f33MCACoilingMCA+CB 4.0×7 mm TransForm (Stryker)+4
546m53MCACoiling/stent-assistedMCA+CB 4.0×7 mm TransForm (Stryker)+4
639f13ACACoilingICA+ACA+MCA+VAS+CB 4.0×15 mm X-Pedion HyperGlide (Medtronic),
NCB 2.5×9 mm Maverick (Boston Scientific)
733m13Angiogram-negativeICA+MCA+CB 4.0×7 mm X-Pedion HyperForm (Medtronic)0
830f12BACoiling/stent-assistedACACB 4.0×10 mm X-Pedion HyperGlide (Medtronic)2
978f54PCOMCoiling/stent-assistedMCACB 4.0×7 mm TransForm (Stryker)++6
1038f13ICACoilingACA+MCA+CB 4.0×10 mm TransForm (Stryker)1
1152f44ICACoiling/stent-assistedACA+MCA+CB 4.0×10 mm TransForm (Stryker)4
1225f13MCAWEB-DeviceMCA+CB 4.0×10 mm TransForm (Stryker)1
  • ACA, anterior cerebral artery; BA, basilar artery; CB, compliant balloon; CVS, cerebral vasospasm; ICA, internal carotid artery; MCA, middle cerebral artery; mRS, modified Rankin scale; NCB, non-compliant balloon; PCOM, posterior communicating artery; SCA, superior cerebellar artery; TBA, transluminal balloon angioplasty; WFNS, World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies.