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Barts Health Interventional Neuroradiology Nov 30
We are delighted to announce that our service will be going 24/7 today! Removing clots from🧠, and for some, allowing patients to walk out of the hospital in 24 hours! Congratulations to all the involved & fantastic news for our patients!
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Nature Reviews Disease Primers 56m
is responsible for 71% of strokes worldwide, and is caused when there is an interruption to blood flow
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Caroline Cooke 8h
I have found myself on a journey alongside my hubby I never expected and rather than just go to bits I’m trying to educate myself so I can help navigate the world of stroke and brain injury. I ask questions because knowledge is power.
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Jorge G. Ortiz Garcia 6h
Hoy “Stroke en COVID-19” 5:55 PM ET - 4:55 PM CT
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Ciléin Kearns Nov 29
A describes damage to the from an interruption in the blood supply. The major types are ischaemic (blockage to blood flow), or haemorrhagic (bleed in or around the brain). If the symptoms resolve quickly it's called a transient-ischaemic attack (TIA)
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Barts Health Imaging 16h
Great news for our patients this week as our interventional neuroradiolgy team extends the fantastic service to 24/7. Huge thank you and congratulations to all involved in getting us here
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Michael keeling Nov 28
Finished my week at work hearing lovely feedback from a patient about her stay on the Acute Unit which was extended to the entire for caring through the pandemic. Followed by reviewing some feedback forms.. very proud of our staff and service
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Stroke AHA/ASA Nov 30
Mobile Interventional Stroke Teams led to significantly faster door-to-recanalization times compared with drip-and-ship model, and was comparable to direct presentation to a comprehensive stroke center
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ASPNR Nov 29
Hemorrhagic Transformation of Arterial Ischemic and Venous Stroke in Children review summarizes hemorrhagic transformation of pediatric arterial ischemic stroke and cerebral sinus venous thrombosis as well as acute treatment and outcome
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Michael keeling Nov 29
I spoke to a lady in her 80s in my clinic this week, she was a bit disappointed in her tally of only 47 miles last week! 😃
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Jill Horsey Nov 29
Proud of our team of stroke nurses providing this service 24/7 . Using technology to ensure access to life saving treatment on our island
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UCLA Neurology Nov 23
Drs. Mary Joy and S. Thomas Carmichael examined circuit changes after to formulate a framework for understanding recovery after stroke, central to which is the concept of neuronal allocation to damaged circuits.
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Nitesh V Patel, MD Nov 29
Proud of our team and glad to have had the chance to illustrate this figure and end up on the cover of
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samantha johnston Nov 29
Days like today remind me why I love my job so much, my patient had extremely dense weakness to 4/5 power by the end of my shift, all thanks to a fantastic team with timely response & thrombolysis. 👏🏼 💉
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Allie Welsh Nov 26
All people with should receive training for secondary prevention & , no matter their ability to ambulate. Thank you for sharing this thread on ’s recent talk!
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Laura Bunce Nov 30
Can any neuro rehab people out there recommend me resources to learn how to help retrain in survivors? 🏃🏼‍♀️ Thank you 🙏🏼
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Jason Hinman Nov 29
Fascinating work by and colleagues on connectivity changes in that may be worth exploring
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LearntheHeart.com Nov 25
LV thrombus can cause after anterior MI - anticoagulate for 3 months if thromboembolism suspected
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BIOSstrokeneuro Nov 26
and BIOS CAG Study session announced 4th Feb 2021 - book now!
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Gillian Mason Nov 26
Hearing from on what we know and what we don't about exercise for people with who can't or have a lot of trouble walking. Reminder that even for people whose stroke had nothing to do with lifestyle factors, is needed to prevent a second stroke
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