International Stroke Conference
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Peer-reviewed by the Neurology Today Editors
From left to right: Editor-in-Chief Steven P. Ringel, MD, FAAN, professor and director of the neuromuscular division, University of Colorado School of Medicine; Associate Editor Orly Avitzur, MD, FAAN, clinical assistant professor of neurology, New York Medical College; Associate Editor Robert G. Holloway Jr., MD, MPH, FAAN, professor and chair of neurology, University of Rochester Medical Center; Associate Editor Kenneth L. Tyler, MD, FAAN, Reuler-Lewin family professor and chair of neurology, University of Colorado; and James C. Grotta, MD, FAAN, director of stroke research and the mobile stroke program, Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center.
Hot Off the Press from the 2017 International Stroke Conference:
February 28—PFO Closure Device Found to Reduce Risk of Recurrent Stroke
February 28—Vagus Nerve Stimulation Falls Short in Stroke Rehabilitation
February 28—New Coils May Work Better in Intracranial Aneurysms
February 28—Spot Sign Driven Treatment Ineffective in Brain Bleeds
February 27—Adding Third Antiplatelet Did Not Prevent Strokes and Increased Bleeding Risks
February 27—Monoclonal Antibody Fails to Help Walking After Stroke
February 27—Direct Aspiration Found to Be as Effective as Stent Retriever for Recanalization of Head Clots
February 27—Head Position, Whether Flat or Upright, Does Not Impact Stroke Recovery
Click here for reports from the 2016 International Stroke Conference.