Inari in the News
Patients in Singapore who have blood clots in the lungs can now undergo a virtually risk-free treatment that increases their survival rate to more than 98 per cent.
Mr Mohamed Roslan bin Dawood, Ng Teng Fong General Hospital’s Director of Cardiology Pipin Kojodjojo, Cardiology and ICU Consultant Jimmy Ong and Ms Michelle Yip.
Mid- to large-bore percutaneous interventional procedures such as structural heart repairs, catheter ablations, thrombectomies, and leadless pacemaker implantations are increasing in number as more devices and applications are developed.
Joshua Cornman-Homonoff, MD; Jeffrey B. Hirsh, MD; Elliott M. Goodwin, DO; Jeffrey Roesch, MD; and Angelo Marino, DO
Dr. Rishi Kaushal, an interventional cardiologist at Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Centers San Pedro is leading a change movement for VTE patients by offering new treatment options.
With Rishi Kaushal, MD
For patients with intermediate- or high-risk pulmonary embolism (PE), removing the blockage with the FlowTriever percutaneous mechanical thrombectomy system (Inari Medical) is both safe and effective, according to an expanded interim analysis of the FLASH registry.
With Catalin Toma, MD; Ehtisham Mahmud, MD;
How Inari Medical’s purpose-built venous portfolio allows for complete thrombus extraction unimpeded by blood loss concerns.
With Duke Duncan, MD; Orestis Pappas, MD; Bennet George, MD; and Clarence Gill, MD
VESA-LA is one the first in Los Angeles County to use the ClotTriever® System for the treatment of deep vein thrombosis (DVT).
VESA-LA is the first in Los Angeles County to use FlowTriever® for the treatment of pulmonary embolism.
How single-session, thrombolytic-free mechanical thrombectomy is fundamentally changing the treatment of pulmonary embolism and deep vein thrombosis.
With Felix Mahfoud, MD, FESC; Andrew Wigham, BSc (Hons), MBBS (Lond), MRCS, FRCR; Emma Wilton, MB BChir, MA (Cantab), MD, FRCS; and Michael Piorkowski, MD
How one institution introduced dedicated care coordinators to identify, triage, and follow patients with venous thromboembolic disease.
With Michael Knox, MD, FACR; Trevor Cummings, MD, FACEP; and Erin VanDyke, MPAS, PA-C
Inari Medical announces presentation of positive chronic clot subanalysis results from CLOUT registry
Inari Medical has announced strongly positive interim results of the first 64 chronic deep vein thrombosis (DVT) patients enrolled in the ClotTriever outcomes (CLOUT) registry.
January 26, 2021
Drs. Dandan Chen, Rajesh Sachdeva and Gautam Kumar share a case report on of percutaneous mechanical thrombo-embolectomy of free-floating right atrial thrombus using the Inari FlowTriever system.
Drs. Jonathan Lindquist, Ethan Munzinger and Paul Gagne share case reports on single-session mechanical thrombectomy that avoids thrombolytics, reduces ICU stay while getting patients home sooner.
Drs. James Horowitz, Mitch Silver, Catalin Toma, Pavan Khanna, Mitchell Weinberg and Andrew Galmer discuss thier experiences using FlowTriever in high-risk PE cases, and share an update on FLAME study.
Dr. Scott Cameron shares insights into venous thrombus biology including the formation of thrombus and consequence of residual clot. In addition, Drs. Labib Haddad and Octavio Cosme present case reports using FlowTriever and ClotTriever systems after unsuccessful lytic treatments.
Drs. Christopher Huff, Michael Jolly, Mitchell Silver, Venkat Tummala, and Eric Trestman discuss how the large-bore Triever24 catheter can extract large volumes of venous clot to optimize procedural success in different VTE settings.
Cases highlighting the potential for early benefit and improved quality of life and function associated with the use of FlowTriever and ClotTriever Systems in patients with cancer and VTE.
With Sirish A. Kishore, MD and William C. Dillon, MD, FACC
Drs. Thomas M. Tu, Thomas S. Maldonado, and Suman Annambhotla present case reports using the FlowTriever and ClotTriever Systems for thrombolytic-free, single-session treatments of complex VTE presentations.
Drs. Glenn Hoots and Kiran Venkat Chunduri share their experience with the FlowTriever and ClotTriever Systems, respectively, and Drs. Mike Jolly and Nathan Saucier describe the evolution of their venous thromboembolism practices.
Dr. Antonious Attallah and Dr. Herman Kado report on recent FlowTriever and ClotTriever PE and DVT cases, and extracted clot images are presented from recent procedures performed across the United States.
The ClotTriever Outcomes (CLOUT) registry principal investigators share their current DVT practices and thoughts on the new study, and DVT and PE case reports are presented using the Inari Medical ClotTriever and FlowTriever Systems.
Written by Nathan Jeffay
Jerusalem doctors have delivered the life-saving effect of open heart surgery without needing to perform the invasive, risk-prone procedure.
Michael Galbard, 69, was recently rushed to Hadassah Medical Center with a pulmonary embolism, which is a blood clot that travels to a lung artery where it blocks blood flow.
Acute pulmonary embolism is a common cause of cardiovascular death — the third most common cause in the United States, after heart attack and stroke.
A Torrance Memorial team performs minimally invasive surgery, saving the lives of a new mom and daughter
Written by John Ferrari | Photographed by Vincent Rios
Pregnancy can be an emotional time, and that’s normal. Scary isn’t normal, but sometimes pregnancy can be scary. Scary is what happened to Britney Mula and her fiancé, Tim, as they awaited the arrival of their baby girl, Savannah. Thanks to quick thinking and a hightech intervention though, this scary situation has a happy ending.
As Britney recalls, the first 35 weeks of her pregnancy “were super easy—it was great.” But in early April, five weeks away from a full-term pregnancy, her left leg felt sore. She had exercised that day and chalked it up to a good workout.
Over the next three days, however, the pain became steadily worse, and Britney went to see her OB-GYN, Cheryl Sanders, MD, of Torrance Memorial Physician Network. In less than five minutes, an ultrasound revealed an extensive blood clot.
CAMDEN, N.J. —
Frank Talarico, a 47-year-old police sergeant, was hospitalized for 49 days with the coronavirus. “If I was vaccinated,” he said, “I wouldn’t have gotten as sick as I did.”
…the patrol officer who was less than a year away from retirement after 24 years on the job was hospitalized twice.
After being rushed to the hospital the second time, he had a foot-long blood clot removed from his lung, a procedure that prevented certain death but caused his heart to nearly stop beating. He was placed on advanced life-support while still on the operating table. For two days a machine did the work of his heart and lungs.
GREEN TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Quick action and a new medical device meant the difference between survival and death for one Green Township woman.
By WCPO News9
July 13, 2021
19-year-old Crash Victim Saved From Life-Long Complications With One-Of-A-Kind Procedure By Dr. Patrick Coffey of Vascular Specialists
Dr. Patrick Coffey, vascular and endovascular surgeon with Vascular Specialists in Tinley Park, Illinois, recently performed life-changing surgery on 19-year-old crash victim.
December 10, 2020
By Nancy Eagleton, Baptist Health South Florida
July 16, 2020
21-year-old Detroit woman suffers life-threatening blood clot, wants others to recognize symptoms “Doctor says new device key to recovery”
By Sarah Mayberry, M.P.H., clickondetroit.com
December 6, 2018 – Detroit, MI
She wasn’t supposed to live through the night after doctors discovered she had multiple blood clots. But now she’s living life to the fullest, thanks to St. Luke’s doctors used a new device to save her life.
By Nicole Diantonio, Fox 4 News KC
October 11, 2018 – Kansas City, MO
(WEAR) — Pulmonary embolism is the third most common cause of death from cardiovascular disease, after heart attack and stroke. At Sacred Heart Hospital, doctors are using a new procedure to remove life-threatening clots from the lungs.
By Laura Hussey, weartv.com
2018 – Pensacola, FL
Developments in blood clot treatment saved one man’s life after long COVID-19. He’s hoping it helps others, too
When Eugene Roberts heard while lying in the emergency room that he had blood clots in the main pulmonary artery to his lungs, he began to prepare to die.
“I need to tell my family I am probably not coming out of the hospital, and they need to prepare for my demise and that I’m not going to make it,” Roberts told the emergency doctor last fall.
The physician seemed perplexed and replied: “What are you talking about?”
Roberts had been a paramedic for 25 years before he began to drive buses at the Spokane Transit Authority in 2018, and he had tried to resuscitate or keep alive many patients previously with similar diagnoses.
But he knew that often, the outcomes were not good.
What he didn’t know is that technology has improved since then, and clinicians and radiologists have started using new tools and technologies to treat and remove blood clots more intesively in the last five years.
Ten years ago, Roberts might not have survived. But in 2021, his odds were much better.
By Arielle Dreher
May 3, 2022
HOUSTON – Trent Strickland, 28, said he felt pretty bad when he got COVID.
“Seven days we were symptomatic, and then it took another additional week just to get over the symptoms where we were able to do things normally,” Strickland explained that he didn’t do a lot of walking around while sick.
When his leg was swelling and tender, his wife knew it was a medical emergency.
“Anytime around the infection, you’re at risk of getting a blood clot,” Dr. Khaled Khalaf said.
By Haley Hernandez, Health Reporter
February 10, 2022
BEAUMONT — A new procedure at Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas is helping patients who have blood clots. And, it’s keeping those patients out of Covid-stressed intensive care units.
By Page Hubbard
September 2, 2021
Imagine for a moment, one day your child is a college athlete competing at the top of her game. The next battle with COVID lands her in the hospital with a close call with death and at first, no one seems to know why.
By Carolyn Clifford
June 29, 2021
Blood clots, always a danger particularly for those who have been hospitalized or inactive, have been increasing in size and number during the pandemic.
By Jane Ammeson
June 9, 2021
While blood thinners are often administered to break up the clot, there is one FDA approved device that surgeons can use for removal.
By Courtney Doyle
January 18, 2021
Interventional Cardiologist Dr. Thomas Tu and Interventional Radiologist Dr. Venkat Tummala discuss risk stratification and examine the role of mechanical thrombectomy in treating pulmonary embolism.
By Lauren Fang
December 22, 2020
An FDA-approved medical device allows surgeons to thread a catheter into a patient’s pulmonary artery to grab the clot
By Ivanhoe Newswire
December 3, 2020
HCA Houston Healthcare Kingwood has become one of the first Houston-area hospitals to implant two new surgical implements.
By Community Reports
November 17, 2020
Surgeons with Vascular Institute of the Rockies are using Inari Medical’s FlowTriever device to remove large venous blood clots for the treatment of pulmonary embolism.
By Jacquie Palisi, 9news
November 9, 2020
Identify and treat your clots. The ClotTriever systems is specifically designed to remove large venous blood clots associated with DVT.
By Jacquie Palisi, 9news
December 17, 2020
Interventional cardiologist Dr. Thomas Tu and interventional radiologist Dr. Venkat Tummala discuss their experiences using the Inari FlowTriever, providing an overview of the procedure workflow.
By Lauren Fang
October 21, 2020
Surgeons with Vascular Institute of the Rockies are using Inari Medical’s ClotTriever and FlowTriever devices to remove large venous blood clots for the treatment of VTE disease.
By Kim Posey, KDVR Denver
October 18, 2020
Baptist Medical Center is the first in Central Mississippi to use cutting edge technology to remove blood clots and decrease pain and swelling.
By Roslyn Anderson WLBT Jackson, MS
September 2, 2020
Physicians in the Virtua Health System are using a new tool to treat pulmonary embolism, a life-threating clot in the lungs.
By Anthony Bellano, Patch Staff. August 20, 2020
Interventional Cardiologist Thomas Tu, MD and Interventional Radiologist Venkat Tummala MD discuss their respective approach to the treatment of Pulmonary Embolism, including risk stratification, treatment options, and endovascular technique.
Iliofemoral deep venous thrombosis (DVT) causes venous outflow obstruction associated with severe symptoms of pain and swelling.
By Joji J. Varghese, MD, FACC, FSCAI, Bailey Ann Estes BSN, RN-BC, RNFA, CNOR, RCIS, Hendrick Medical Center, Abilene, Texas
Volume 27 – Issue 12 – December 2019
Houston Methodist DeBakey Heart & Vascular Center, presents a cardiovascular procedure featuring Maham Rahimi, MD and Manuel Rojo, MD, as they demonstrate “Pulmonary Artery Embolectomy using the INARI FlowTriever”.
Surgery: Maham Rahimi, MD, PhD & Manuel Rojo, MD
October 30, 2019
Houston Methodist DeBakey Heart & Vascular Center, presents a cardiovascular procedure featuring Maham Rahimi, MD, Manuel Rojo, MD and Ahmed Mohamed, MD, as they demonstrate “Left Iliofemoral DVT Thrombectomy Using ClotTriever Device “.
Surgery: Maham Rahimi, MD, Manuel Rojo, MD and Ahmed Mohamed, MD
July 24, 2019