Is IV TPA the Best Therapy for Stroke?
Tag Archives: Stroke
CTA, CTP, and MRI in Acute Stroke Patients
Acute Treatment of Stroke in the Neurocritical Care Unit
The Special Issue of Hyponatremia in Stroke
2014-03-06 Prehospital Neurologic Emergencies – Marcolini
Mike Epter: It’s 2012 – CT Angio and CT Perfusion for Acute Stroke? Do They Help? Should I Use Them?
B-1-1100 CT Angio and CT Perfusion for Acute Stroke – Mike Epter
A-1-1520 Litigation of TPA for CVA – Dan Sullivan
2012-06-27 D1T5 1650 Acute Stroke Registries Plan to join us at ICEM2014 inHong Kong from 10-14 June 2014.
Andrew Asimos (North Carolina): ABC’s of Risk Stratification for TIA (ABCD, ABCD2, ABCD2I, ABCD3I) – Should We Be Using Any of These?
3-A-1730 ABC’s of Risk Stratification for TIA (ABCD, ABCD2, ABCD2I, ABCD3I) – Should We Be Using Any of These – Andrew Asimos (North Carolina)
3-A-1500 3 Hour versus 4.5 Hour Window for CVA and TPA – Brad Bunney (Illinois)
2010-12-16-0900 Reading a Head CT in Stroke – Amy Lyons
3B 1040 Neurology – Ischemic Role – The EM-Neurology Interface – Francisco Aramburu (Spain) (in Spanish)
3B 1000 Neurology – Stroke Centers – Where is the Evidence They Make a Difference – William Barsan (Michigan)
3B 0940 Neurology – Hemorrhagic Stroke – Protocols for Saving the Brain – Anna Maria Ferrari (Italy)
Debate: Rodney Smith vs Carey Chisholm: tPA is Safe and Effective for Stroke