Join us for a special live ESMINT webinar which starts on Monday, 20 December 2021 at 5:00 PM CET. Now’s your possibility to discuss the latest studies in the field of thrombectomy!
The webinar will be moderated by Dr. Jan-Hendrik Buhk. The speaker ist Jens Fiehler of the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany.
This is a special Christmas webinar for ESMINT members only.
What’s the webinar about?
The webinar discusses the latest studies in the field of thrombectomy.
While there were multiple high-quality studies in the field of thrombectomy in acute stroke patients with large vessel occlusion (LVO) in 2021, multiple challenges in decision making for specific conditions persist.
What will you learn?
- Multiple challenges in decision making for EVT in specific conditions persist.
- Current evidence does not justify withholding EVT from BAO patients as none of the RCTs showed any signal of superiority of BMT alone vs. EVT.
- There is no confirmation of non-inferiority in EVT only patients vs. EVT + BMT.
- Patients with low ASPECTS, more distal vessel occlusions and patients with low NIHSS scores should be included into RCTs if possible.
- Without participation in a RCT, patients should be selected for EVT based on age, severity and type of neurological impairment, time since symptom onset, location of the ischemic lesion, and perhaps also results of advanced imaging.
About the speaker
Jens Fiehler is Professor, Director of the Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (Germany), ESMINT president and Associate Editor for the journals JNIS and Clinical Neuroradiology. His main research interest is clinical studies in Neurointerventions and imaging core lab work for neurointerventions.
For ESMINT members, webinars are free.
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What to expect?
This ESMINT webinar provides you with the opportunity to meet experts, who will share their experience, practice, and way of thinking regarding everyday challenges in the field of neurointerventions with you.
The webinar will be an interactive live transmission. All participants will be able to ask questions via the online chat function.