NeuroNews issue 47 – US

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Highlights:

  • Details and comment on the first US implantation of the Stentrode brain-computer interface device (Synchron) lead a number of late-breaking presentations from this year’s Society of NeuroInterventional Society (SNIS) annual meeting
  • The Stroke Association calls for a 24/7 thrombectomy service to improve patient access to this “miracle treatment” in the UK
  • Discussions around antithrombotic medication data, an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered guidewire system, and a “spectacular” unilateral proptosis case, all feature at the 2022 LINNC Paris Course
  • PROFILE: Isil Saatci (Ankara, Turkey) discusses her role in the formative years of interventional neuroradiology (INR), as well as how the speciality has evolved in her home country and the most important technological developments over the past three decades
  • NEUROMODULATION: Three late-breaking data presentations from the International Neuromodulation Society (INS) congress, a progress update from prominent members of the Women in Neuromodulation (WiN) group, and much more

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