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EYMINT Webinar Session

04 May 2020   Category/ies: Teaching

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The first EYMINT webinar session starts on Monday, 4 May 2020 from 4.00 PM to 6.00 PM CEST. 

EYMINT are the Young Interventionalists @ ESMINT. Dr. Aymeric Rouchaud, the chair of the EYMINT committee, and his colleagues Dr. Uta Hanning and Dr. Matthias Gawlitza are happy to present the EYMINT webinar session.

This extended webinar is particularly addressed to those whose INR career is just getting started! The webinar focuses on recent developments in ischemic stroke treatment. 

For ESMINT members, webinars are free.

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Schedule of the EYMINT Webinar

Time Session Speaker
16.00 – 16.15 Welcome & presentations EYMINT
16.15 – 16.45 1: Overview of latest trials & discussion Grégoire Boulouis, Paris, FRA
16.45 – 17.15 2: CS vs. GA in EVT of AIS & discussion Lasse Speiser, Aarhus, DEN
17.15 – 17.45 3: EVT – How many retrieval attempts are enough? & discussion Fabian Flottmann, Hamburg, GER
17.45 Wrap up EYMINT

Moderators and speakers of the webinar

Aymeric Rouchaud of the EYMINT team Matthias Gawlitza part of the EYMINT team Dr. Uta Hanning
Dr. Gregoire Boulouis Dr. Lasse Speiser Dr. Fabian Flottmann

Webinar sessions

Overview of the latest trials in INR

Dr. Grégoire Boulouis will give an overview of the latest trials in mini-invasive neurological therapy. Dr. Boulouis is a neuro-interventionalist clinical fellow at Sainte Anne Hospital Paris, where he works under the supervision of Prof. Naggara. Before, Dr. Boulouis spent 2 years at the MGH Stroke Research Center in Boston, MA, USA investigating imaging biomarkers of acute stroke.

The learning objectives:

  • First-pass effect and beyond
  • Good clinical outcome decreases with multiple attempts
  • Case examples

CS vs. GA in EVT of AIS

Dr. Lasse Speiser will give a review of relevant studies on the subject. EVT of AIS under GA is safe and effective if performed with dedicated neuroanesthesia.

EVT for stroke – how many retrieval attempts are enough?

Dr. Fabian Flottmann, radiologist at University Medical Center Hamburg, Germany, will share his experience on EVT for stroke. Often, more than one retrieval attempt is needed in case of persistent LVO. How many attempts should be performed before terminating the procedure?

The learning objectives:

  • Learn about the latest trials in interventional neuroradiology
  • Learn about ongoing trials in interventional neuroradiology


For ESMINT members, webinars are free.

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