Where did our name come from?

We’re called Q’Apel for the Qu’Appelle River, a waterway that winds through Saskatchewan, Canada. Why? Because this pristine river charts a winding path, full of twists, turns, and straightaways alike. That’s what we do, too. Our cutting-edge products—neurological catheters, specifically—are designed to navigate the twists and turns of the brain’s neurovasculature, empowering therapeutic thrombectomy and cerebral aneurysm devices to deliver life-changing outcomes.

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Walrus early experience webinar.

May 21, 2020

Videos are provided for educational purposes only. It is the responsibility of the healthcare provider to determine the best course of treatment for each clinical situation.

The content and case study data are provided by physician faculty. Please consult the Walrus Balloon Guide Catheter System Instructions for Use for a complete description of Indications for Use, Warnings, Precautions, and Potential Adverse Events. At the time of this webinar, the Walrus BGC is only cleared for use in the United States.

The presenting faculty has been compensated for their services to assist in preparation and presentation of the webinar content.

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Walrus early experience webinar.

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The early experience, techniques, and best practices used at State University of NY at Stony Brook with Walrus Balloon Guide Catheter.

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The early experience, techniques, and best practices used at UMass Memorial Medical Center with Walrus Balloon Guide Catheter.