Education and awareness paramount in moving eastern European stroke care forward


The urgent need for more comprehensive, standardised thrombectomy services is starting to be recognised and acted upon across Western Europe, but—as discussions at this year’s European Society of Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapy (ESMINT) congress (7–9 September, Nice, France) revealed—many countries in the Eastern part of the continent are also now attempting to follow suit.  

At ESMINT 2022, Deniz Bulja, head of the Diagnostic/Interventional Radiology Department at Sarajevo University Clinical Center (Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina), sat down with NeuroNews to discuss current challenges as well as efforts he is undertaking in his country as president of the Radiology Society of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina to improve acute stroke care.


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