In recent years, stroke diagnoses have increased in pediatric patients on ECMO, according to a new Cleveland Clinic-led study. Hany Aly, MD, Chair of Neonatology and author of the study, explains.
An expert distills recent findings on how these units are being shown to impact functional outcomes and the cost-effectiveness of care. And he cites studies to keep an eye on in mobile treatment of hemorrhagic stroke.
The first reported case of an ICH evacuation with a side-cutting aspiration device performed via endoscopic approach proved safe and efficacious.
Visors for prehospital stroke diagnosis are one of Cleveland Clinic’s top 10 medical innovations for 2019.
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High-resolution vessel wall imaging is a radiation-free means of delineating blood vessel walls. This image-rich post profiles how it’s applied to characterize and tailor treatment for a range of pediatric stroke types.