Tag: large vessel occlusion stroke

COVID-19

Large-vessel stroke: A feature of COVID-19 in the young

A case series of large-vessel stroke in patients younger than 50 years of age has been published in The New England Journal of Medicine....

EXTEND-IA TNK Part 2 trial finds no benefit of higher tenecteplase...

With the original trial demonstrating a higher incidence of substantial reperfusion with tenecteplase compared with alteplase prior to endovascular therapy, EXTEND-IA TNK Part 2...
wearable brain stimulation

Live from ISC: Wearable brain stimulation could safely improve motor function...

A new, non-invasive wearable magnetic brain stimulation device to improve recovery for stroke survivors has been deemed safe and effective. David Chiu, director of...
artificial intelligence

Viz.ai adds new capabilities to its AI stroke platform

Viz.ai has launched the next generation of its synchronized care platform for stroke. Viz.ai incorporates cutting edge artificial intelligence with HIPAA-compliant communication to allow...
Nick Murray AI software

Although “unperfected”, AI has the potential to accelerate and synchronise stroke...

A recently published systematic review reveals that artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly being used by major medical centres to identify large vessel occlusions (LVO)...
endovascular therapy

Superior clinical outcomes for endovascular therapy candidates triaged directly to a...

For patients with emergent large vessel occlusion (LVO) eligible for endovascular therapy, prehospital triage to a more distant comprehensive stroke centre (CSC) compared with...
artificial intelligence

New results demonstrate ability to automatically detect suspected large-vessel occlusion stroke...

Viz.ai has further advanced the field of stroke imaging and workflow by developing a novel method for the detection of signs of large vessel...

CE mark approval for device to assist in rapid ischaemic stroke...

Cerebrotech Medical Systems has received the CE mark for detection of bioimpedance asymmetry associated with stroke. This latest certification for Cerebrotech’s Intracranial Fluids Monitor (ICF)...

ASTER final data confirm no difference between ADAPT and stent retriever...

The final results of the ASTER randomised controlled trial have confirmed that there was no statistically significant difference between ADAPT (a direct aspiration first...