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Figure 3: Successful hybrid retrieval: (a) 10 mm × 30 mm TyShak II Balloon passed from the inferior vena cava end through the 7F Sheath (Antegrade), (b) TyShak balloon (antegrade) passed distal to the device and inflated, (c) Sheath–TyShak balloon ensemble with the device held in-between pulled up to the thoracic aorta, (d) Lateral view–TyShak balloon through the right femoral artery (retrograde), partially inflated to stabilize the device in thoracic aorta at the level of ductus, with distal blood flow monitoring

Figure 3: Successful hybrid retrieval: (a) 10 mm × 30 mm TyShak II Balloon passed from the inferior vena cava end through the 7F Sheath (Antegrade), (b) TyShak balloon (antegrade) passed distal to the device and inflated, (c) Sheath–TyShak balloon ensemble with the device held in-between pulled up to the thoracic aorta, (d) Lateral view–TyShak balloon through the right femoral artery (retrograde), partially inflated to stabilize the device in thoracic aorta at the level of ductus, with distal blood flow monitoring