Tag: ESOC 2022

Tenecteplase shown to be effective for acute ischaemic stroke in large...

In what is claimed to be the largest stroke clinical trial ever run in Canada, researchers have shown that tenecteplase—a safe, well-tolerated drug commonly...

ESOC 2022: New study links gut microbiota strains with more severe...

A new study has identified strains of gut microbiota that are associated with more severe strokes and worse post-stroke recovery, revealing that the gut...

Stroke in young people may be associated with increased likelihood of...

The risk of being diagnosed with a new cancer in the follow-up of patients with a first-ever stroke is particularly increased in patients younger...
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ATTENTION results indicate “we have finally conquered the basilar artery” with...

This year’s European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC 2022; 4–6 May, Lyon, France) saw results from ATTENTION—a multicentre randomised controlled trial (RCT) evaluating the benefit...

ESOC 2022: ‘Brain-age’ biomarkers predict stroke recovery more accurately than chronological...

Stroke experts have identified how radiomics—an emerging, image-quantifying technology—can be used to extract biomarkers from clinical brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans in stroke...