Wednesday's Selected Science
RESCUE-Japan LIMIT: Randomized Clinical Trial Of Endovascular Therapy For Acute Large Vessel Occlusion With Large Ischemic Core
Shinichi Yoshimura | Hyogo College of Medicine, Nishinomiya, Japan
- VIDEO: RESCUE-Japan LIMIT Video with 2 investigators
- ClinicalTrials ID: NCT03702413
- Published in NEJM: Endovascular Therapy for Acute Stroke with a Large Ischemic Region
PREMIERS: PeRiodontal Treatment to Eliminate Minority Inequality and Rural Disparities in Stroke
Souvik Sen, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina
#ISC22 Program Highlights
Program Chair Louise McCullough, MD, PhD, FAHA and Vice Chair Tudor Jovin, MD, FAHA welcome in-person and virtual attendees to #ISC22 and discuss the opening main event late-breaking science.
Identifying Best Practices to Improve Evaluation and Management of In-Hospital Stroke
This AHA Science News report on recognizing in-hospital stroke and reducing delays examines optimal treatment and outcomes for patients hospitalized for a different diagnosis, who suffer a stroke before discharge.
Read the article in Stroke, plus accompanying commentary, Top Things to Know, slide set and news release
Digital Health in Primordial and Primary Stroke Prevention: A Systematic Review
Valery L. Feigin, et al.
Association Between Systemic Amyloidosis and Intracranial Hemorrhage
Dora Chen, et al.
Carotid Artery Disease Among Broadly Defined Underrepresented Groups: The All of Us Research Program
Guido J Falcone, et al.
Emergency Medical Service Time Intervals for Patients With Suspected Stroke in the United States
Rebecca E. Cash, et al.
Contemporary Trends in the Nationwide Incidence of Primary Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Abdulaziz T. Bako, et al.
Disparities in Internet Use Among US Stroke Survivors: Implications for Telerehabilitation During COVID-19 and Beyond
Cenjing Zhu, et al.
Maximizing Brain Health After Hemorrhagic Stroke: Bugher Foundation Centers of Excellence
Kevin N. Sheth, et al.
Magnitude of Blood Pressure Change After Endovascular Therapy and Outcomes: Insight From the BP-TARGET Trial
Mohammad Andani, et al.
Thursday's Selected Science
CHOICE: A Randomized Trial Of Intraarterial Alteplase After Successful Thrombectomy In Acute Ischemic Stroke
Ángel Chamorro | Hospital Clinic of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
CHABLIS-T: Tenecteplase Thrombolysis For Stroke Up To 24 Hours After Onset With Perfusion Imaging Selection
Xin Cheng | Huashan Hospital Fudan University, Shanghai, China
- VIDEO: Xin Cheng, MD discusses results with Opeolu Adeoye, MD, MS, FAHA
- Clinical Trials ID: NCT04086147
Use of Marijuana: Effect on Brain Health
The use of marijuana in the US has exploded with state-by-state legalization efforts. This Stroke article, along with a commentary and Top Facts to Know, examines the long-term effects on cognitive function and what we already know from former basic and clinical studies.
Thursday's Simultaneous Publications
ACTION-CVT Commentary: Are the Findings ACTIONable?
Johnathon B. Gorman and Thalia S. Field
Friday's Selected Science
Mobile Stroke Unit Science
In this video, Peter Panagos, MD interviews Suja Rajan, MD about the results of this trial evaluating the economics of mobile stroke unit (MSU) care.
Economic Evaluation Of The Benefits Of Stroke Treatment Delivered Using A Mobile Stroke Unit Study
Suja S Rajan | UTHealth School of Public Health, Houston, Texas
Mobile Stroke Units Associated With Favorable Clinical Outcome In Large Vessel Occlusion Stroke Patients: BEST-MSU Substudy
Alexandra L Czap | University of Texas at Houston, Houston, Texas
Program Chair Louise McCullough, MD, PhD, FAHA and Vice Chair Tudor Jovin, MD, FAHA review the top late-breaking science presented this week during #ISC22.
Photos from the conference
|Attendees listen to a speaker during the State-of-the-Science Stroke Nursing Symposium on Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2020. (©AHA/Todd Buchanan)
|Bruce Ovbiagele, MD speaks during HEADS-UP Pre-Con: Health Equity and Actionable Disparities in Stroke: Understanding and Problem-solving. (©AHA/Todd Buchanan)
|AHA/ASA President Donald Lloyd Jones presents during the Opening Session of ISC, Feb. 9, 2020. (©AHA/Todd Buchanan)
|Two investigators discuss the science on a poster during one of the poster sessions. (©AHA/Todd Buchanan)
|Award winners stand before an audience at the Stroke Council Underrepresented Racial and Ethnic Travel Grant and Bernard J Tyson Career Development Award presentations. (©AHA/Todd Buchanan)
|ISC attendees listen to a speaker presentation during a concurrent session. (©AHA/Todd Buchanan)
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ASA Honors 12 Leading Stroke Scientists
The following people were honored at the International Stroke Conference 2022 meeting in New Orleans: (see news release for biographies):
Moira K. Kapral, MD, MS, Toronto - Edgar J. Kenton III Lecture Award.
Gary Rosenberg, MD, FAHA, Albuquerque, New Mexico - Thomas Willis Lecture Award.
Bradford (Brad) B. Worrall, MD, MSc, Charlottesville, Virginia - Stroke Research Mentoring Award.
Hee-Joon Bae, MD, PhD, FAHA, South Korea - David G. Sherman Lecture Award.
Karen C. Johnston, MD, MSc, Charlottesville, Virginia - William M. Feinberg Award for Excellence in Clinical Stroke.
Julie DiCarlo, BS, Boston - Stroke Rehabilitation Award.
May Nour, MD, Los Angeles - Stroke Care in Emergency Medicine Award.
Yejie Shi, MD, Pittsburgh and Peipei Pan, PhD, San Francisco - Robert G. Siekert New Investigator Award (There are 2 winners of the Siekert Award this year.)
Michelle C. Johansen, MD, PhD, Baltimore - Vascular Cognitive Impairment Award.
Julian Acosta, MD, New Haven, Connecticut - Mordecai Y.T. Globus New Investigator Award.
Eunsu Park, PhD, Houston - Stroke Basic Science Award.