REACTTM Aspiration Catheters for Acute Ischemic Stroke
The React™ 68 catheter and the React™ 71 catheter feature a coil and braid design along with end-to-end nitinol construction - easing navigation to the M1 and M2 segments. Combined with the Riptide™ aspiration system, these catheters are designed to revascularise patients experiencing acute ischemic stroke.
At Medtronic, we’re constantly innovating to expand options for treatment in the fight against acute ischemic stroke (AIS). We provide solutions like the React 68 and React 71 catheters to empower the expertise of our physician partners and enable them to treat their AIS patients.SEE ALL ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE DEVICES
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See how React’s durable, end-to-end Nitinol construction and combined COil + BRAid design help treat AIS patients.
REACT™ catheters feature an overlapping construction of a Nitinol COil + BRAid with variable stiffness. This unique design provides the ultimate combination of navigability, pushability and durability for aspiration therapy first-line approach or Solitaire™ thrombectomy + aspiration therapy.
OF A COIL
The coil technology (one continuous coil through entire catheter length) offers exceptional navigability1,2, past the ophthalmic artery and M1 segment
PUSHABILITY OF A BRAID
The braid technology offers optimal pushability1,2, thus greater support in tortuous anatomy and elongated vessels.
DURABILITY OF NITINOL
Using nitinol tip-to-tip (both coil and braid) enables the device to maintain its shape, therefore, providing superior durability when performing more than 1 pass.1,2
Acute Ischemic Stroke Portfolio
Acute Ischemic Stroke Portfolio
Our Acute Ischemic Stroke (AIS) portfolio offers comprehensive, compatible solutions that give your patients a better chance to walk away from AIS.
The React™ 68 catheter and React™ 71 catheter are indicated for the introduction of interventional devices into the peripheral and neuro vasculature.
The React™ 68 catheter and React™ 71 catheter are also indicated for the removal/aspiration of emboli and thrombi from selected blood vessels in the arterial system, including the neurovasculature.
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53.9% FPE mTICI 2b-3 and 36.3% FPE mTICI 2c-3
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Li J, et al. J NeuroIntervent Surg. DOI:10.1136/neurintsurg-2021-017487
Requena M et al. Combined technique as first approach in mechanical thrombectomy: Efficacy and safety of REACT catheter combined with stent retriever. Interv Neuroradiol. 2022 May 2:15910199221095798. doi: 10.1177/15910199221095798. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 35491662.
Gross BA, et al. Bigger is Still Better: A Step Forward in Reperfusion With React 71. Neurosurgery. 2020.
Gross BA, et al. Clinical Comparison of New Generation 0.071- inch and 0.072-inch Aspiration Catheters. World neurosurgery. 2019;130:e463-e466.
Raymond SB, et al. Initial experience with React 68 aspiration catheter. Interventional Neuroradiology. 2020;26:358-363.