NeuroNews issue 35

NeuroNews Issue 35 – US Edition

Highlights: NeuroNews exclusively interviews Sheila Martins (Porto Alegre, Brazil) who provides an update on the RESILIENT team’s plan of action following the trial’s positive results,...
NeuroNews issue 35

NeuroNews Issue 35

Highlights: NeuroNews exclusively interviews Sheila Martins (Porto Alegre, Brazil) who provides an update on the RESILIENT team's plan of action following the trial's positive...

NeuroNews Issue 34 – US Edition

Highlights: Big data is set to increase the efficiency of stroke outcomes research Within the era of evolving technologies, Padma Gulur discusses cybersecurity, urging...

NeuroNews Issue 34

Highlights: Big data is set to increase the efficiency of stroke outcomes research Within the era of evolving technologies, Padma Gulur discusses cybersecurity, urging...

NeuroNews Issue 33 – US Edition

Highlights: MISTIE III endpoint is missed, but experts agree on implications for clinical practice Mark McDonald discusses the role of artificial intelligence in prehospital...

NeuroNews Issue 33

Highlights: MISTIE III endpoint is missed, but experts agree on implications for clinical practice Mark McDonald discusses the role of artificial intelligence in prehospital...

NeuroNews Issue 32 – US Edition

Highlights: Going beyond DAWN and DEFUSE 3: New studies point to need for expanded selection criteria in real-world application Michael Chen on the evolving...

NeuroNews Issue 32

Highlights: Going beyond DAWN and DEFUSE 3: New studies point to need for expanded selection criteria in real-world application Michael Chen on the evolving...

NeuroNews Issue 31 – US Edition

In this issue: SCENT trial leads to first ever indication of flow diverter to treat challenging aneurysms Evidence in favour of DRG stimulation builds...

NeuroNews Issue 31

In this issue: SCENT trial leads to first ever indication of flow diverter to treat challenging aneurysms Evidence in favour of DRG stimulation builds...

NeuroNews Issue 30 – US Edition

Highlights WAKE-UP trial shows that thrombolysis can benefit certain stroke patients with unknown time of onset Dylan N Wolman and Jeremy J Heit: Neuroimaging...

NeuroNews Issue 30

Highlights WAKE-UP trial shows that thrombolysis can benefit certain stroke patients with unknown time of onset Dylan N Wolman and Jeremy J Heit: Neuroimaging...

NeuroNews Issue 29 – US Edition

Highlights DEFUSE 3 shows favourable outcomes for late-window patients and triggers expanded guidelines for treatment eligibility David Ermak: Detecting LVO Profile: Gregory Albers Neuromodulation...

NeuroNews Issue 29

Highlights DEFUSE 3 shows favourable outcomes for late-window patients and triggers expanded guidelines for treatment eligibility David Ermak: Detecting LVO Profile: Gregory Albers Neuromodulation...

NeuroNews Issue 28 – US Edition

Highlights Two trials validate use of image-based selection for late window stroke patients Global burden of stroke: part one Profile: Simon Thomson Neuromodulation section ...

NeuroNews Issue 28

Highlights Two trials validate use of image-based selection for late window stroke patients Global burden of stroke: part one Profile: Simon Thomson Neuromodulation section ...

NeuroNews Issue 27 – US Edition

Highlights: DEFUSE 3 terminated early with high likelihood of benefit in the endovascular group The top ten takeaways from the AHA/ASA statement on brain...

NeuroNews Issue 27

Highlights: DEFUSE 3 terminated early with high likelihood of benefit in the endovascular group The top ten takeaways from the AHA/ASA statement on brain...

NeuroNews Issue 26 – US Edition

Highlights: DAWN of a new era: Time to save brain may be longer than we think ASTER trial final data Joseph Broderick: Physiological time is brain Profile: Joshua...

NeuroNews Issue 26

Highlights: DAWN of a new era: Time to save brain may be longer than we think ASTER trial final data Joseph Broderick: Physiological time is brain Profile: Joshua...

NeuroNews Issue 25 – US Edition

Highlights: Worse outcomes with general anaesthesia in pooled analysis of stroke patients ASTER randomised controlled trial Neuromodulation section: High patient satisfaction levels for spinal...

NeuroNews Issue 25

Highlights: Worse outcomes with general anaesthesia in pooled analysis of stroke patients ASTER randomised controlled trial Neuromodulation section: High patient satisfaction levels for spinal...

NeuroNews Issue 24 – US Edition

Highlights: Wanted: More interventionalists - Urs Fischer Cleveland Telestroke network at year five Profile: Tudor Jovin Neuromodulation section: - More research needed to show potential of neuromodulation therapy -...

NeuroNews Issue 24

Highlights: Wanted: More interventionalists - Urs Fischer Cleveland Telestroke network at year five Profile: Tudor Jovin Neuromodulation section: - More research needed to show potential of neuromodulation therapy -...

NeuroNews Issue 23 – US Edition

Highlights: Expelling bottlenecks key to enhancing stroke pathways of care William Mack: Neuroprotection Profile: Tommy Andersson Neuromodulation section ASRA calls for reconsideration of "experimental"...

NeuroNews Issue 23

Highlights: Expelling bottlenecks key to enhancing stroke pathways of care William Mack: Neuroprotection Profile: Tommy Andersson Neuromodulation section ASRA calls for reconsideration of "experimental"...

NeuroNews Issue 22 – US Edition

Highlights: – Mechanical thrombectomy treatment: When does the clock run out? – Brain to Brain debate: Is IV t-PA treatment dead? – Profile: Jacques Moret – Neuromodulation section –...

NeuroNews Issue 22

Highlights: - Mechanical thrombectomy treatment: When does the clock run out? - Brain to Brain debate: Is IV t-PA treatment dead? - Profile: Jacques Moret - Neuromodulation section -...

NeuroNews Issue 21 – US Edition

Highlights: Quality over quantity: Consensus document outlines training guidelines for ischaemic stroke intervention Madrid Stroke Network Profile: Guido Guglielmi Neuromodulation section Lumina data demonstrate 70% greater low back pain...

NeuroNews Issue 21

Highlights: Quality over quantity: Consensus document outlines training guidelines for ischaemic stroke intervention Madrid Stroke Network Profile: Guido Guglielmi Neuromodulation section Lumina data demonstrate 70% greater low back pain...

NeuroNews Issue 20 – US Edition

Highlights: -Knowledge, experience and training are the calling cards of the mechanical thrombectomy operator -No true distinction in selection criteria between HF10 and burst stimulation -Celebrating 25...

NeuroNews Issue 20

Highlights: -Knowledge, experience and training are the calling cards of the mechanical thrombectomy operator -No true distinction in selection criteria between HF10 and burst stimulation -Celebrating 25...

NeuroNews Issue 19 – US Edition

Highlights: -60 minutes or less: Time to reperfusion in acute stroke therapy must be reduced -US study finds DRG superior to conventional stimulation across all endpoints -Brain...

NeuroNews Issue 19

Highlights: -60 minutes or less: Time to reperfusion in acute stroke therapy must be reduced -US study finds DRG superior to conventional stimulation across all endpoints -Brain...

NeuroNews Issue 18 – US Edition

Highlights: -Study finds HF10 therapy superior to traditional spinal cord stimulation -Evidence builds for endovascular treatment of acute stroke -Focus on: Neuromodulation -Yuang-Seng Tsuei: Hybrid ORs -Profile: Alim Louis...

NeuroNews Issue 18

Highlights: -Study finds HF10 therapy superior to traditional spinal cord stimulation -Evidence builds for endovascular treatment of acute stroke -Focus on: Neuromodulation -Yuang-Seng Tsuei: Hybrid ORs -Profile: Alim Louis...

NeuroNews Issue 17 – US Edition

Highlights: -Domino effect complete: New stroke trials usher in the age of the stent retriever -Transfemoral approach may not be the "be all and end all"...

NeuroNews Issue 17

Highlights: -Domino effect complete: New stroke trials usher in the age of the stent retriever -Transfemoral approach may not be the "be all and end all"...

NeuroNews Issue 16 – US Edition

Highlights: -ESCAPE trial permanently halted and declared positive -Surgery vs endovascular treatment for middle cerebral artery aneurysms: Debate rages on -Focus on: Neuromodulation -Peter Müller-Barna: TeleStroke Units -Profile: Joseph...

NeuroNews Issue 16

Highlights: -ESCAPE trial permanently halted and declared positive -Surgery vs endovascular treatment for middle cerebral artery aneurysms: Debate rages on -Focus on: Neuromodulation -Peter Müller-Barna: TeleStroke Units -Profile: Joseph...

NeuroNews Issue 15 – US Edition

Highlights: -New technology may improve brain visualisation during stroke treatment -Mechanical thrombectomy devices cause endothelial damage -Focus on: Epilepsy -Graham Teasdale: Glasgow Coma Scale -Profile: Vladimir Benes Jr http://o6xux43a6gs4eidym2svvhon-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2015/11/15_NeuroNews_low-res_USA.pdf

NeuroNews Issue 15

Highlights: -New technology may improve brain visualisation during stroke treatment -Mechanical thrombectomy devices cause endothelial damage -Focus on: Epilepsy -Graham Teasdale: Glasgow Coma Scale -Profile: Vladimir Benes Jr http://o6xux43a6gs4eidym2svvhon-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2015/11/15_NeuroNews_low-res_EU.pdf

NeuroNews Issue 14 – US Edition

Highlights: -Time is brain: Delaying carotid interventions is a disservice to patients -Adjunct vagus nerve stimulation therapy promising for refractory epilepsy -Joshua Hirsch: Call for evidence -Novel tools...

NeuroNews Issue 14

Highlights: -Time is brain: Delaying carotid interventions is a disservice to patients -Adjunct vagus nerve stimulation therapy promising for refractory epilepsy -Joshua Hirsch: Call for evidence -Novel tools...

NeuroNews Issue 13

Highlights: -Fears over early carotid endarterectomy in stroke patients not justified -Growing support for transcranial magnetic stimulation in chronic migraine -ADAPT: Safe and simple technique for ischaemic...

NeuroNews Issue 12

Highlights: -Aggressive medical management bests stenting, final SAMMPRIS results show -Establishing the importance of evidence for neurointerventional procedures -Recruitment problems prompt change in SPACE-2 protocol -Profile: Ali R...

NeuroNews Issue 11

Highlights: -Safety of flow diverters under the scanner -It is not as simple as "intra-arterial ischaemic stroke therapy does not work" by David Sacks -Robot treats clots...

NeuroNews Issue 10

Highlights: - MR-guided ultrasound thalamotomy promising for essential tremor - Implanted device predicts epilepsy seizures - Deep brain stimulation examined for anorexia nervosa - Profile: Peter Hamlyn http://o6xux43a6gs4eidym2svvhon-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2015/11/10-NeuroNews.pdf

NeuroNews Issue 9

Highlights: -Is transbrachial carotid artery stenting the way forward? -New extremely soft bare platinum coil is safe and effective endovascular treatment for cerebral aneurysms -Carotid artery stenting:...

NeuroNews Issue 8

Highlights: -Microporus stent achieves brain aneurysm occlusion without disturbing branching flow -Vitamin B reduces white matter hyperintensities progression in patients with severe cerebral small vessel disease -Spinal...

NeuroNews Issue 7

Highlights: -Thrombolysis within six hours after stroke key to improve functional outcome -Stem cell is promising, but neurologists warn about unscrupulous providers -Preliminary results with the Web...

NeuroNews Issue 6

Highlights: -Need for emergency neurosurgical procedures after intracranial endovascular treatment is low -Is delayed haemorrhage a complication following treatment with a flow diverter? -Analysis of the CLARITY...
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