MindFrame has launched an ischemic stroke Registry based upon the successful initial PRIISM clinical trial of the MindFrame Capture LP device.

The registry will collect real-world clinical and procedural data through a secure web-based portal, which will be accessible only to registered clinician members.

The MindFrame Capture LP device, that is compatible with any microcatheter 10/14 or greater, uses microcatheter-based flow restoration and clot extraction to treat patients suffering from ischemic stroke with improved procedural and clinical outcomes.

The low-profile design of the device provides enhanced access to distal areas and through tortuous anatomies, as well as increased aspiration, both locally and proximally.

MindFrame president and CEO Ken Charhut said the Registry will help them to continue to rapidly respond to clinicians’ needs based on clinical data collected responsibly and accurately.

Karolinska Hospital, Sweden professor Tommy Andersson said the collection of this clinical data within a Registry will be important in benefiting ischemic stroke patients.

"I am excited by the outstanding clinical results that I have been able to attain with the MindFrame Capture LP device, which has allowed me to rapidly restore blood flow and preserve brain function," Andersson added.