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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