When Should We Consider Restarting Anticoagulation in DVT, PE and Afib Patients? What Should I Tell the Family To Be on the Look-Out for Once They Are Discharged?

February 1, 2022
When patients need anticoagulation but have had an ICH or large ischemic stroke, when do we restart anticoagulation? When, if ever, is it safe?  
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What Key Lessons Have I Learned Managing Hemorrhagic Bleeding in the ICU & Critical Care?

January 25, 2022
Intracerebral hemorrhages are challenging to manage and patients need immediate interventions to preserve life and limit morbidity. Lessons learned from the ICU and ED shed light on how to best care for these patients.
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A Review of the Different Types of Anticoagulants and Their Clinical Applications

January 18, 2022
Anticoagulation in clinical practice is more common and more complicated every day. Understanding what they are, how they're used and when you'll see them in the clinical arena is critical. Two experts discuss their understanding of the landscape of anticoagulation and what you need to know about it.
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The Clock Is Dead - The Reign of Tissue Imaging

August 17, 2021
Mismatch is your friend if you want to treat acute stroke patients beyond 3 hrs. While the clock was once the king, tissue imaging may now define what brain is salvageable and what has been lost. Listen here and see if you agree that the clock is dead in stroke.
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How Do I Identify Patients at Risk for a Secondary Event Following an Initial Acute Ischemic Stroke?

August 3, 2021
Identification of patients at high risk for secondary ischemic event, after initial event or post TIA...is minimal tissue damage really that big of a deal related to secondary stroke? Drs. Galen Henderson of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Jordan Bonomo of the University of Cincinnati discuss key perspectives from a neurocritical, emergency medicine, and stroke perspective related to this important area of medicine.
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