Tag: SNIS

Patrick Brouwer flow diverters

Flow diverter outcomes are ‘not device, but technique dependent’

Patrick Brouwer (Stockholm, Sweden) talks to BLearning at SNIS 2019 (22–25 July, Miami, USA) about some of the issues associated with early flow diverters and why there...

SNIS 2019: Next-generation thrombectomy will be “even more powerful”

Matthew Gounis (Worcester, USA) talks to BLearning at SNIS 2019 (22–25 July, Miami, USA) about the current state of ischaemic stroke therapy. Gounis notes that...

SNIS 2019: Large scale endovascular treatment has improved outcomes for patients...

Andrew Molyneux (Oxford, UK) spoke to BLearning following his luminary lecture at SNIS 2019 (22–25 July, Miami, USA) titled, "Reflections on 30 years of cerebral...

SNIS 2019: In select patients, conventional imaging is “unnecessary” and they...

Marc Ribo (Barcelona, Spain) talks to BLearning at SNIS 2019 (22—25 July, Miami, USA) about the benefits of optimising time to thrombectomy by cutting out...
Recent stroke trials

A stroke trial update from SNIS 2019

From tPA augmentation and stroke systems of care through to the rise of neuroprotective investigations, Santiago Ortega-Gutiérrez, University of Iowa (Iowa City, USA) kick...

International neurointerventional societies outline new criteria for facilities that treat stroke

  Thirteen neurointerventional societies have released new guidelines outlining the criteria for Level 1, 2 and 3 stroke centres that provide acute ischemic stroke interventions...

Standardised stroke protocol can ensure ELVO stroke patients are treated within...

A new study shows that developing a standardised stroke protocol of having neurointerventional teams meet suspected emergent large vessel occlusion (ELVO) stroke patients upon...

New stroke imaging technology could reduce potential for patient brain damage

A new study, presented at the Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery's (SNIS) 15th Annual Meeting, found that new stroke imaging technology could decrease delays in...