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Flow-Based Surgical Techniques for Cerebrovascular Surgery

2020 has been a banner year in advancing the use of flow-based surgical techniques for cerebrovascular surgery. New studies, webinars and surgeon testimonials all attest to the significant value of volume flow measurement in improving decision-making during the most critical of cerebrovascular procedures.

The recent paper by Dr. Rick Van Lanen et al highlights findings that flowmetry is a valuable tool to achieve optimal clip placement, to minimize aneurysm residuals that may be sites of rebleeding and to identify adequate flow rates that greatly reduce the risk of unfavorable outcomes.

Webinars by Dr. Fady Charbel at both the 2020 Cien Neurosurgery International Web-Based Neurosurgery Congress and at The Moroccan Society of Neurosurgery's web meeting show how the cerebrovascular pioneer in flow-based surgical techniques uses volume flow measurements in conjunction with qMRA to secure the best possible outcomes for his patients.

Dr. Fady Charbel, internationally recognized cerebrovascular surgeon, technology innovator, and educator shares his methods for using flow measurement to offer patients the best possible outcomes:
"Bypass Surgeries in Intracranial Vascular Diseases: Indications and Techniques" via The Moroccan Society of Neurosurgery
"The Art and Logic Behind Successful EC-IC Bypass Surgery" at the 2020 Cien Neurosurgery International Web-Based Neurosurgery Congress

Publication Brief: ‘’Clinical and Radiological Outcomes of Intracranial Aneurysm Clipping Aided by Transit Time Flowmetry.’’ Van Lanen, et al:

Dr. Sofia Shakur, MD discusses the importance of flow measurement during cerebrovascular surgery:

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