Every year, 500,000 people in the world suffer from cerebral hemorrhage.

Brain aneurysm, defined as bubble-shaped swellings in the brain vessels, affects approximately 500 thousand people worldwide every year.

According to the statement made by INVAMED, an aneurysm, which usually occurs as a result of thinning in the artery wall, bursts when it reaches a certain size and causes cerebral hemorrhage.


This medical condition, which can result in death or paralysis, affects approximately 500,000 people worldwide each year.

Libro Liquid Embolic System, produced and developed by INVAMED, is effectively used in the treatment of cerebral vessels and peripheral artery aneurysms as well as other vascular malformations.

Because of these successful results, Libro embolization agent has come to the forefront as a treatment method that has gained popularity with the developing technology in modern medicine in recent years.

The product has three ready-to-use formulations containing 6, 6.5 and 8 percent ethylene vinyl alcohol (EVOH) dissolved with dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) in accordance with the characteristics of the aneurysm or malformation.



 In addition, the suspension contains tantalum powder in the form of microparticles, which will increase radiographic imaging during application.

The product in liquid form turns into a spongy structure to adapt to the shape of the aneurysm when it encounters blood and similar fluids, and as the solidification continues, it forms a leathery structure on the lesion.

The non-adhesive EVOH-based liquid Libro offers an important solution for preoperative embolization of arteriovenous malformations and hypervascular (hypervascular) tumors.


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