Stroke treatment in the fast lane

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The last five years have seen endovascular therapy for patients with acute ischaemic stroke proven undeniably effective, changing the face of stroke treatment forever.

While the advent of mechanical thrombectomy has saved numerous lives and reduced disability in those that would have previously suffered from strokes’ devastating effects, whole communities are now working around the clock to establish endovascular-capable centres to optimise stroke systems of care. This rapid evolution has shed light on the importance of advancing stroke services, as well as the technology involved.

In this educational supplement, sponsored by Siemens Healthineers, NeuroNews considers the latest imaging technologies available for the treatment of ischaemic stroke.


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