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Now Accepting Session Proposals for ESOC 2018

Following the success of ESOC 2017, we would like to invite you to submit a scientific session proposal for the forthcoming ESOC, which will take place in Gothenburg from 16 to 18 May 2018. The deadline to submit session proposals is already 20 June 2017. We would be...

ESOC 2017 – Highlights from Day 3

Prague, 18 May – Exciting new data from the late breaking sessions ensured a fitting finale to ESOC 2017. Highlights from the late breaking sessions are provided below. SPACE 2 Study – A Comparison of Stenting, Endarterectomy and Best Medical Management This study...

Stroke in the Young – Session Highlights from ESOC 2017

This interesting session, Chaired by M. Steinlin and J. Putaala, covered the most relevant areas of cerebrovascular disease in the young age, pointing out well calibrated updates on selected topics and take-home messages oriented to the clinical practice. First...

Global Perspectives of Stroke WSO-ESO Session at ESOC 2017

Session Convenors: W. Hacke (Germany), J. Barrick  (United Kingdom) Impressions contributed by the ESO Public Relations Committee Stroke and poverty, B. Norrving (Sweden) Global burden of disease was presented. Conclusion:  Poverty contributes to stroke and stroke...

ESOC 2017 Abstracts Published in ESJ

European Stroke Journal (ESJ), the official journal of the European Stroke Organisation published its first issue in March 2016. Headed up by Editor-in-Chief Professor Bo Norrving and Vice Editor Professor Didier Leys and supported by a world class Editorial Board,...

Afternoon Highlights from ESOC 2017

Highlights from the first afternoon of ESOC 2017 MEDIA RELEASE ESO-SAFE partnership is launched with the release of the Burden of Stroke Report, and a report on policy, access and quality of care. VISTA Collaborators: The benefits of thrombectomy are confirmed and the...

ESOC 2017 – Pre-Conference Highlights – Trial Alliance

ESO Trial Alliance Workshop By: Dr Sarah Coveney, Research Fellow, Stroke Clinical Trials Network Ireland/ University College Dublin / Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin Stroke research networks increase patient recruitment into clinical trials and other...

Data highlights from the opening plenary of ESOC 2017

Data highlights from the opening plenary of ESOC 2017 MEDIA RELEASE DAWN study – mechanical thrombectomy between 6 and 24 hours from symptom onset significantly prevented disability in patients with severe strokes and ‘mismatch’ on brain imaging. CLOSE and Gore-REDUCE...

Thrombectomy in Practice

During ESOC “2017”, ESO will present  the first-part results from the ESO ESMINT EAN SAFE Survey on Stroke Care in Europe. These results will be presented by Diana de Aguiar Dias de Sousa  during Session 14: “Thrombectomy in Practice” to be held on 17 May,...
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