MRI In Acute Stroke: Promises and Pitfalls

April 12, 2022
MRI imagining is becoming more available in acute settings; understanding MRI in stroke is critical to staying ahead of the curve.
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How Do You Operationalize the Use of the ASPECTS Score and Is It the Poor Man’s CTP?

April 5, 2022
The ASPECTS score has become more widespread in use with the increase in availability of endovascular therapy. This podcast is a must if you care for acute stroke patients. This is an absolute "must-know" topic for anyone who looks at head CT images in strokes.
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Ataxia and Dystaxia: How To Examine and Discuss These Disabling Symptoms With Your Patients

March 29, 2022
Ataxia and dystaxia are often missed clinically. But they're important and potentially disabling. Listen to this podcast to learn more and help you identify these high-risk patients.
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Pitfalls in CTP: Why CTP Isn’t Always the Holy Grail in Acute Stroke Imaging

March 8, 2022
CTP is alluring in acute stroke and continues to become more available. But it's complicated. Learn the pitfalls and traps from a true expert in perfusion imaging.
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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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