Technology provides Cambridge woman with alternative methods for brain aneurysm treatment

The Pipeline device is used at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.

[Isanti County News, November 11, 2015] An innovative medical device is providing physicians with a safer way to treat brain aneurysms. The Pipeline embolization device is a braided wire mesh cylindrical device that is placed across the neck of an aneurysm, a blood-filled ballooning wall of a blood vessel. This device saved a Cambridge woman from an aneurysm that may not have otherwise been treatable. Read the story at

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