When an obstruction occurs in the blood vessel that supplies blood to the brain, it is known as ischemic stroke. This stroke accounts for around 87 percent of the total stroke cases and the main cause leading to ischemic stroke is uncontrolled hypertension. Basically, ischemic stroke is due to weak blood vessel, which gets rupture and leads to blood spill into the brain tissue. There are two types of ischemic cerebral strokes namely embolic or thrombotic. During atherosclerosis, when artery is blocked by a blood clot, resulting into fatty deposits. However, when a blood clot is formed outside the brain and then travels to the blood stream, it is known as embolus (emboli) stroke. Globally, technological advancements leading to development of advanced surgical devices coupled with increasing prevalence of ischemic strokes among people has led to demand for better and efficient stroke management or treatment. Major goal of ischemic cerebral stroke prevention to restore flow of blood as quickly as possible. Conventional ischemic stroke treatments include intravenous thrombolytic therapy and intra-arterial mechanical thrombectomy, which includes stent retriever devices. According to American Stroke Association, few recommendations related to prevention of ischemic cerebral stroke include sleep apnea screening, smoking cessation, and usage of anticoagulants orally especially patients suffering with non-valvular atrial fibrillation.