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EMBEDDING EVIDENCE IN CLINICAL CARE
World Stroke Academy, Marion Walker, 154533
HIGH TECH: PERFUSION IMAGING IN ACUTE STROKE DECISION MAKING
World Stroke Academy, Bruce Campbell, 154526
TRIAGE AND PREHOSPITAL CARE WITH STEMO
World Stroke Academy, Martin Ebinger, 154530
HIGH TECH: IMMEDIATE MRI-BASED DECISION MAKING
World Stroke Academy, Niels Hjort, 154525
LIMITATIONS OF AMBULANCE-BASED TELEMEDICINE
World Stroke Academy, Heinrich Audebert, 154529
REAL WORLD: CT ANGIOGRAPGHY IN TIA AND ACUTE STROKE
World Stroke Academy, Bijoy Menon, 154524
USE OF TECHNOLOGY AND INTERNET FOR THROMBOLYTIC TREATMENT IN ASIA
World Stroke Academy, Ka Sing Lawrence Wong, 154528
ACUTE STROKE IMAGING -THE IDEAL IN RESOURCE LIMITED SETTINGS
World Stroke Academy, Dheeraj Khurana, 154523
SYSTEMS FOR TRIAGE AND PREHOSPITAL CARE IN THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
World Stroke Academy, Kameshwar Prasad, 154527
Stroke Medicine - Not only Ischemia, and more than just neurology
World Stroke Academy, Walter Johnson, 154835
Mapping Stroke Services: Can the resources-to-needs gap be closed?
World Stroke Academy, M. Patrice Lindsay, 219029
Mapping Stroke Services: Can the resources-to-needs gap be closed?
World Stroke Academy, M. Patrice Lindsay, 154834
Stroke policies at WHO - Priorities and actions
World Stroke Academy, Cherian Varghese, 154833
Introduction: Stroke prevention from a public health perspective
World Stroke Academy, Jarnail Thakur, 154831
METABOLIC CHALLENGE AND MRI: A NEW APPROACH TO IMAGING THE PENUMBRA
World Stroke Academy, I Mhairi Macrae, 154522
PERICYTES: A NOVEL TARGET FOR STROKE THERAPY
World Stroke Academy, Brad Sutherland, 154521
STEM CELL DERIVED NEURONS: A NEW TOOL TO EXPLORE HUMAN STROKE BIOLOGY
World Stroke Academy, David Howells, 154520
TRANSLATIONAL STROKE BIOLOGY: PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE
World Stroke Academy, Malcolm R Macleod, 154519
Achieving control of hypertension
World Stroke Academy, Jong S. Kim, 219030
ACHIEVING CONTROL OF HYPERTENSION
World Stroke Academy, Jong S. Kim, 154516
ATRIAL FIBRILLATION: IMPROVED DIAGNOSIS, AND IMPACT OF NEW ORAL ANTICOAGULANTS
World Stroke Academy, Hans Christoph Diener, 154515
LIFESTYLE, LIPID LOWERING DRUGS AND NUTRITION IN STROKE PREVENTION
World Stroke Academy, J. David Spence, 154514
CHALLENGES IN STROKE PREVENTION
World Stroke Academy, Ralph L. Sacco, 154513
SAH, DELAYED ISCHAEMIC DEFICITSAND VASOSPASM
World Stroke Academy, Gabriel Rinkel, 154510
WHAT TO DO IF A PATIENT ON ANTITHROMBOTICS DEVELOPS INTRACRANIAL BLEEDING
World Stroke Academy, Thorsten Steiner, 154509
HOW TO PREVENT INTRA CEREBRAL HAEMORRHAGE EXPANSION?
World Stroke Academy, Dar Dowlatshahi, 154508
GLOBAL BURDEN OF ICH
World Stroke Academy, Rohit Bhatia, 154507
Introduction
World Stroke Academy, Vincent Thijs, 150365
Cryptogenic stroke
World Stroke Academy, Vincent Thijs, 150366
Treatment of post stroke spasticity
World Stroke Academy, Anthony Ward, 147086
Introduction
World Stroke Academy, Anthony Ward, 147085
Hypertension, Hyperglycaemia, Hyperthermia
World Stroke Academy, Nathan Bornstein & Milija Miljalovic, 143138
Global Stroke Statistics
World Stroke Academy, Session Speakers, 143052
Exercise after stroke
World Stroke Academy, Gillian Mead, Julie Bernhardt, Coralie English, 143036
Introduction
World Stroke Academy, Gillian Mead, Julie Bernhardt, Coralie English, 143037
Basic rules in neurorehabilitation of stroke
World Stroke Academy, Juerg Kesselring, 143041
Neurorecovery after Stroke
World Stroke Academy, Dafin F. Muresanu & Michael Chopp, 129115
Introduction
World Stroke Academy, Dafin F. Muresanu & Michael Chopp, 129114
Chapter 2 - Managing RHD to prevent thromboembolic events
World Stroke Academy, Ming Liu & Claudia Stöllberger, 128858
Chapter 1 - Rheumatic Heart Disease and Stroke
World Stroke Academy, Ming Liu & Claudia Stöllberger, 128204
Pre-assessment
World Stroke Academy, Ming Liu & Claudia Stöllberger, 184710
Rheumatic Heart Disease and Stroke
World Stroke Academy, Ming Liu & Claudia Stöllberger, 184711
How to identify the penumbra with routine imaging modalities?
World Stroke Academy, Wolf-Dieter Heiss , 137124
Moving rehabilitation research forward: Developing consensus statements for rehabilitation and recovery research
World Stroke Academy, Julie Bernhardt, 135814
Canadian stroke best practice recommendations: Stroke rehabilitation practice guidelines, update 2015
World Stroke Academy, Debbie Hebert, 135815
An update on Italian Stroke Organization guidelines on carotid endarterectomy and stenting
World Stroke Academy, Gaetano Lanza, 135816
Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations: secondary prevention of stroke guidelines, update 2014
World Stroke Academy, Shelagh B. Coutts, 135817
European Stroke Organisation (ESO) guidelines for the management of temperature in patients with acute ischemic stroke
World Stroke Academy, George Ntaios, 135818
European Stroke Organisation (ESO) guidelines for the management of spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage
World Stroke Academy, Thorsten Steiner, 135819
How to characterize a wake up stroke?
World Stroke Academy, Götz Thomalla, 132158
How to avoid intrahospital delays?
World Stroke Academy, Danilo Toni, 132026
My first research project
World Stroke Academy, Peter Sandercock, 128264
How to recognize "early CT signs"?
World Stroke Academy, Rudiger Von Kummer, 127184
Control of hypertension for prevention of stroke
World Stroke Academy, David Spence & Jaakko Tuomilehto, 167444
Introduction and Author Interview
World Stroke Academy, David Spence & Jaakko Tuomilehto, 119757
How to decide quickly if a patient is a candidate for thrombectomy?
World Stroke Academy, Werner Hacke & Peter Ringleb, 119756
How to avoid aspiration?
World Stroke Academy, Michael Brainin, 119755
What to do when the patient is obtunded or confused?
World Stroke Academy, M. Patrice Lindsay, 119656
WSO Global Stroke Services and Action Plan
World Stroke Academy, M. Patrice Lindsay, 117217
Introduction - Editorial
World Stroke Academy, Graeme Hankey & Jonathan A. Edlow, 116956
Dizziness and Stroke
World Stroke Academy, Graeme Hankey & Jonathan A. Edlow, 119760
Chapter 2 - Clinical presentation: using the patient's history to identify dizzy patients with cerebrovascular causes
World Stroke Academy, Graeme Hankey & Jonathan A. Edlow, 119761
Chapter 3 - Clinical presentation: importance of the bedside physical examination
World Stroke Academy, Graeme Hankey & Jonathan A. Edlow, 119762
Chapter 4 - Limitations of diagnosis testing: an acute vestibular syndrome due to a peripheral verstibular process
World Stroke Academy, Graeme Hankey & Jonathan A. Edlow, 119763
Chapter 5 - Early complications of posterior circulation stroke
World Stroke Academy, Graeme Hankey & Jonathan A. Edlow, 119764
Interview on Dizziness and Stroke
World Stroke Academy, Graeme Hankey & Jonathan A. Edlow, 119765
Pregnancy related stroke
World Stroke Academy, Jeyaraj Pandian, 115079
Essential Stroke Services
World Stroke Academy, Peter Langhorne, 113058
Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations: Hyperacute Stroke Care Guidelines, Update 2015
World Stroke Academy, M. Patrice Lindsay, 117690
The European Stroke Organisation Guidelines: a standard operating procedure
World Stroke Academy, George Ntaios, 117691
How to write, publish and deal with rejection
World Stroke Academy, Vladimir Hachinski, 141743
Registries, Audits, Quality and Improvement
World Stroke Academy, Martin Dennis, 141742
A Key Part of the Research Cycle: Systematic Review
World Stroke Academy, Kameshwar Prasad, 141741
Case Control Studies
World Stroke Academy, Joseph Broderick, 141740
Observational studies
World Stroke Academy, George Howard, 141739
TREATMENT AND PREVENTION OF POST-STROKE COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT
World Stroke Academy, Christopher PLH Chen, 63632
OTHER PREDICTORS OF POST-STROKE COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT
World Stroke Academy, Didier Leys, 63633
NEW DEFINITIONS AND NEW STANDARDS
World Stroke Academy, Martin Dichgans, 63634
DIAGNOSIS OF VASCULAR COGNITIVE DISORDERS: CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS AND FUTURE CONSENSUS
World Stroke Academy, Philip B. Gorelick, 63631
WSO PRESIDENT'S AWARD FOR SERVICES TO STROKE: THE STROKE UNIT STORY
World Stroke Academy, Peter Langhorne, 63647
WSO PRESIDENT'S AWARD FOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO CLINICAL STROKE RESEARCH: NEW HORIZONS IN STROKE PREVENTION
World Stroke Academy, Valery Feigin, 63648
BARBRO B. JOHANSSON AWARD: ROLE OF MOTOR LEARNING IN NEUROREHABILITATION
World Stroke Academy, Leonardo G Cohen, 63646
THE POST-STROKE ENVIRONMENT AND EARLY MOBILIZATION
World Stroke Academy, Bo Norrving, 63622
PREVENTING COMPLICATIONS IN ACUTE STROKE
World Stroke Academy, Michael Brainin, 63624
ACUTE STROKE THERAPY
World Stroke Academy, Peter Sandercock, 63625
EARLY RECOGNITION AND DIAGNOSIS OF STROKE
World Stroke Academy, Stephen M. Davis, 63626
PRIORITIES IN STROKE TREATMENT IN TURKEY AND THE REGION
World Stroke Academy, Kursad Kutluk, 63623
ROLE ENDOVASCULAR THERAPY IN MODERN SAH MANAGEMENT
World Stroke Academy, Istvan Szikora, 63620
ROLE OF SURGERY IN MODERN SAH MANAGEMENT
World Stroke Academy, Berk Orakcioglu, 64952
MEDICAL / NEUROLOGY: MODERN MEDICAL & ICU MANAGEMENT OF SAH
World Stroke Academy, Mervyn Vergouwen, 63621
BLEEDING EVENTS RELATED TO ANTITHROMBOTIC THERAPIES. THE HEIDELBERG BLEEDING CLASSIFICATION
World Stroke Academy, Rudiger Von Kummer, 63616
PARENCHYMTAOUS HEMORRHAGE: SURGICAL OPTIONS
World Stroke Academy, Berk Orakcioglu, 63614
MANAGEMENT ISSUES FOR BRAIN ARTERIOVENOUS MALFORMATIONS
World Stroke Academy, Jay P. Mohr, 63615
PARENCHYMATOUS HEMORRHAGE: PATHOLOGY & PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
World Stroke Academy, Steve Greenberg, 63617
Panel Discussion
World Stroke Academy, Session Speakers, 65066
GLOBAL POLICIES OF WSO
World Stroke Academy, Bo Norrving, 63641
SAVING THE BRAIN: DEMENTIA AND STROKE
World Stroke Academy, Vladimir Hachinski, 63643
WHO PRIORITIES IN PREVENTION OF NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
World Stroke Academy, Shanthi Mendis, 63642
GLOBAL BURDEN OF STROKE - AN UPDATE
World Stroke Academy, Valery Feigin, 63645
2025 GLOBAL FORECASTS FOR CVD AND STROKE
World Stroke Academy, Ralph L. Sacco, 63644

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