On Thursday, 22 June 2023 from 5 PM – 6 PM CEST | 11 AM – 12 AM EST, we will have our second joint live webinar together with SNIS! The topic is: Emergent large vessel occlusion but low NIHSS: what to do?
The webinar will be moderated by Dr. Jan-Hendrik Buhk (Hamburg, Germany) and Dr. Peter Kan (Galveston, US). Speakers of the webinar are Prof. Dr. Simon Nagel (Ludwigshafen, Germany), Dr. Sandra Narayanan (Santa Monica, US) and Dr. Marios Psychogios (Basel, CH).
This is a special joint ESMINT-SNIS Webinar and is free of charge.
What is the webinar about?
The webinar deals with the clinical situation of having a stroke patient with large vessel occlusion but low NIH stroke scale score. We share case examples and discuss the evidence.
- Which imaging is most useful
- Current state of ongoing trials
- Already existing evidence beyond RCT
- Clinical/technical case examples discussed
About the speakers & moderators
The moderators of this webinar:
- Dr. Jan-Hendrik Buhk is Head of Neuroradiology at the Asklepios Hospital Hamburg St. Georg, Germany and Head of Radiology and Neuroradiology, Asklepios Hospital Hamburg Wandsbek, Germany.
- Dr. Peter Kan is from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX, USA.
The speakers of this webinar:
- Prof. Simon Nagel is a neurologist and neurointensive care specialist with a particular interest in acute stroke care. He trained in Heidelberg and Oxford and is now leading the Dept. of Neurology at Klinikum Ludwigshafen in Germany. His research interest lies especially in acute imaging and treatment of ischemic stroke syndromes as well as the management of cerebral venous thrombosis and he is currently Co-PI of the ENDOLOW Trial.
- Dr. Sandra Narayanan is at the Pacific Neuroscience Institute in Santa Monica, CA, US.
- Prof. Marios Psychogios, MD, is Head of Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology, Clinic of Radiology & Nuclear Medicine at the University Hospital in Basel, Switzerland.
What to expect?
ESMINT webinars provide you with the opportunity to meet experts, who share their experience, practice, and way of thinking regarding everyday challenges in the field of neurointerventions.
This webinar will be an interactive live transmission. All participants will be able to ask questions in real-time via the online chat.