Neurology Today At the Meetings: International Stroke Conference
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Peer-reviewed by the Neurology Today Editors
From left to right: Neurology Today Editor-in-Chief Joseph E. Safdieh, MD, FAAN, the inaugural Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation Education Scholar and associate professor and vice chairman of neurology for education at Weill Cornell Medicine; James C. Grotta, MD, FAAN, director of stroke research and the mobile stroke program, Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center; and Neurology Today Associate Editor Barney J. Stern, MD, FAAN, vice chair for strategic planning and professor of neurology at Johns Hopkins University.
Hot Off the Press from the 2019 International Stroke Conference
February 13-Intensive Blood Pressure Lowering Fails to Make a Difference in Outcome in Ischemic Stroke
February 13-Home-Based Telerehabilitation for Stroke Patients Is as Effective as the Clinic
February 13-Sphenopalatine-Ganglion Stimulation Shows Promise in Acute Stroke
February 13-Safety Window for tPA Extended Up to 9 Hours for Ischemic Stroke
February 12-MISTIE Sends a Mixed Message of Hope in Intracerebral Hemorrhage
February 12-Intravenous Insulin Fails to Improve Recovery of Diabetic Stroke Patients
February 12-Nitroglycerin Patches Applied in Ambulance Fail to Improve Stroke Outcomes
February 12-Cilostazol Prevents Recurrent Strokes in Japanese Study