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February 15, 2019/Neurosciences/News & Insights

Five Big Takeaways From This Year’s International Stroke Conference

An expert attendee draws conclusions from a range of leading studies

August 21, 2018/Neurosciences/Research

Neurologic Worsening Seen with Intensive BP Lowering After Intracerebral Hemorrhage

Targeting SBP to less than 140 mm Hg led to more acute cerebral ischemia and neurologic deterioration


Supportive Evidence Mounts for Use of Mobile Stroke Units

New article reviews time-to-treatment data and looks ahead to emerging outcomes and cost studies

Streamlined STEMI Protocol Slashes Door-to-Balloon Times
January 25, 2018/Neurosciences/Research

Comprehensive Vs. Primary Stroke Centers: Is There a Quality Difference?

CSCs achieve timelier acute reperfusion therapy, national study finds


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January 24, 2018/Neurosciences/Research

Thrombectomy 6 to 16 Hours After Stroke Onset Still Yields Threefold Rise in Functional Recovery

DEFUSE 3 results support lengthening treatment window in imaging-selected patients

January 24, 2018/Neurosciences/Research

Stroke Deaths Plummet as IV Thrombolytic Therapy Surges, Medicare Database Study Finds

One-year stroke mortality rate down by 18 percent over five years

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When Mobile Stroke Units Meet Telemedicine

Earliest data are in — and they’re encouraging


State Laws Are Key to Broadening Access to Best Stroke Care, Study Shows

Laws are the main modifiable factor behind stroke center certification

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