Stroke Webinar On AIS Treatment: Recent Evidence And Its Implications
STROKE WEBINAR #23
STROKE Webinar Series
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A Journal of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association
Join Stroke, a journal of the American Heart Association %u01C0 American Stroke Association, for a new webinar:
Acute Ischemic Stroke: Recent Evidence and Its Implications
Acute ischemic stroke due to large vessel occlusion is a serious disease with very high morbidity and mortality. Recent randomized controlled trials (MR CLEAN, ESCAPE, EXTEND IA) have shown the benefit of endovascular treatment. There are other trials like SWIFT PRIME and REVASCAT, which have either been stopped or put on hold; these results are also likely to be available soon. This lecture will summarize the results of these trials, discuss its implications and key messages. In addition, there will be further discussion on future directions.
In this lecture, Dr. Goyal will discuss:
Professional Education Center (AHA/PEC)
Looking for accredited stroke education?
Coming March 23, 2015, the Professional Education Center at learn.heart.org will offer several key sessions from the International Stroke Conference 2015 for credit.
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Additional Acute Ischemic Stroke Coverage from Stroke
In the spring of 2015, Stroke will be publishing a number of special reports that will explore the implications of recent positive endovascular trials on systems of care from international and multidisciplinary perspectives.
Stroke Webinar Library
Did you miss a presentation? You may watch presentations as many times as you wish either in the library below or through the American Heart Association's Professional Education Center. Slides are not available to download. Stroke Webinars, 1 through 21, are now available through the American Heart Association's Professional Education Center. Registration to access the webinars through Prof Ed is free at http://learn.heart.org (How to Access Stroke Webinars on learn.org Instructions).
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