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No comprehensive study exists on Mechanical Thrombectomy accessibility for patients admitted to a primary stroke center without on-site interventional neuroradiology services. My n...

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   Article link here Optimal secondary prevention of embolic stroke of undetermined source (ESUS) is not established. The current standard in these patients is acetylsalicylic a...

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Impact of stroke education on middle school students and their parents: a cluster randomized trial a chat with João Pedro Marto School students are an attractive target for stroke...

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Global Stroke Statistics

The Global Stroke Statistics paper is up to date data on incidence, mortality, and case-fatality for stroke are important for setting the agenda for prevention and healthcare. Carm...

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Paid work is an important marker to stroke recovery, I’m Carmen Lahiff-Jenkins and I spoke to Cheryl Carcel clinical research fellow and research coordinator at The George Ins...

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CT-Angiography source images indicate less fatal outcome despite coma of patients in the Basilar Artery International Cooperation Study (BASICS) Carmen Lahiff-Jenkins, Managing Edi...

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IJS Managing Editor, Carmen Lahiff-Jenkins spoke to Professor Julie Bernhardt at this years Stroke Society Australasia/APSC meeting in Brisbane.  

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Diffusion imaging of cerebral diaschisis in childhood arterial ischemic stroke, carmen Lahiff-Jenkins spoke to Adam Kirton submitting author. 

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The role of collateral imaging for acute revasculization therapy, do we need it or should we just open the artery? Hi, I’m Carmen Lahiff-Jenkins, Managing Editor of the Internat...

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