The European Stroke Organisation’s major objective is to improve stroke care in Europe by providing medical education to healthcare professionals and the lay public in Europe. By offering best practice approaches, the ESO’s goal is to harmonise stroke management in Europe. The ESO focuses on European level projects.
5th International Training Course of the ESNCH & 9th ZADAR Summer School of Neurosonology and stroke management
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|18/10/2017 - 20/10/2017|
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The European Stroke Organisation (ESO) is a pan-European society of stroke researchers and physicians, national and regional stroke societies and lay organisations that was founded in December 2007. The ESO is an NGO comprised of individual and organisational members.
The aim of the ESO is to reduce burden of stroke by changing the way that stroke is viewed and treated. This can only be achieved by professional and public education, and by making institutional changes.
The ESO provides assistance in achieving this goal and in harmonising stroke management across the whole of Europe and taking action to reduce the burden of stroke regionally and globally. Europe allied against stroke.
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ESO Blog – News
Report by Francesco Corea, Neurologist/Stroke Physician at San Giovanni Battista Hospital, Foligno, Italy In the autumn 2016, starting on August 24th, the internal valleys of the Appenines mountains in the counties of L’Aquila, Ascoli, Macerata, Perugia...read more
Approximately 20 to 30 percent of ischemic strokes are cryptogenic, after ruled out a cardioembolic or large vessel source and small vessel disease. There is an increased prevalence of patent foramen ovale (PFO) in patients who have experienced a...read more
Stroke in Women: From Evidence to Inequalities With an overall ageing population, the global burden of stroke is increasing, especially in women. In order to improve stroke awareness, control of risk factors, and treatment in women there is need to...read more
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