Tag: global stroke care

Growing haemorrhagic stroke burden in USA represents “major challenge” moving forward

The past three decades have seen a “notable rise” in the burden of haemorrhagic stroke across the USA and this, coupled with the increasing...

Study finds “dismally low” global access to thrombectomy and “enormous disparity”...

The Society of Vascular and Interventional Neurology (SVIN) has released its first global analysis of access to mechanical thrombectomy for the treatment of large...

Thrombectomy use rates underscore recent advances in Latin American stroke care

A systematic review of interventional acute ischaemic stroke treatments in Latin American countries has found that mechanical thrombectomy usage in these regions is “comparable...
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Philips enrols first patient in WE-TRUST stroke study to assess new...

Royal Philips has announced that the first patient has been enrolled in the WE-TRUST (Workflow optimisation to reduce time to endovascular reperfusion for ultra-fast...

Research finds a decline in global stroke care during the pandemic  

A study published in the journal Neurology concludes that despite the reported stroke-related complications of COVID-19, there has been a global decline in the volume of stroke...