ESO BLOG – THE VOICE OF STROKE IN EUROPE

The Official Blog of the European Stroke Organisation

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ESO EAST Project : Milestones and Achievements

By Dr.Inna Lutsenko, ESO EAST Coordinator in Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyz State Medical Academy, Center for Distance Learning and Advance Training, Specialist In 2015 European Stroke Organisation (ESO) launched the ESO EAST (European Stroke Organisation – Enhancing and...

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Stroke Still Matters…

By Hanne Christensen and Francesca Romana Pezzella Present situation: COVID19 is like nothing experienced in Europe since the Spanish flu took its toll in 1918 killing more than 50 million people. How we live, what we focus on, and what we fear and prioritize has...

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FESO Interview with Gian Marco De Marchis

To qualify as an FESO, members must demonstrate scientific quality and a willingness to actively volunteer in ESO. There are no age requirements, but FESO must meet minimum standards. FESO receive additional benefits, including participation in the Council of Fellows....

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Beat the Clot – Part 2

Tailoring specific interventions according to the type of thrombus: can neuroimaging help? By Barbara Casolla, MD, PhD, Univ. Lille, Inserm U1171, Degenerative and Vascular Cognitive Disorders, CHU Lille, Department of Neurology, France Twitter: @BarbaraCasolla In...

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ESO Committee Corner – Stroke Action Plan Implementation

This month, in the ESO Committee Corner, we feature The Stroke Action Plan Implementation Steering Committee which was created in 2019 in order to drive European implementation of the Action Plan for Stroke In Europe. The Stroke Action Plan Implementation Committee...

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Stroke Care During COVID-19 Pandemic

In the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic, several European physicians have reported a reallocation of stroke resources and reduction of hospital staff due to quarantine or infection. Francesco Corea, FESO, Chair of the ESO Social Media Committee and Marialuisa Zedde,...

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Varicella Zoster Virus and Stroke

By: Giuseppe Reale, MD. Catholic University of the Sacred Heart – Rome. These days viruses are frightening. Here is a story on how research and epidemiology are important to understand, treat and prevent viral infections and their complications. Varicella Zoster Virus...

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The ESO-WSO Conference is Postponed to 6-9 November 2020

Dear Friends and Colleagues, Due to the latest developments regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, and in an effort to prevent spreading the virus and for the sake of event participants, the European Stroke Organisation together with the World Stroke Organization, have...

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Pregnancy and Stroke – and the other way around

By: Dr Nicolas Martinez-Majander, Department of Neurology, Helsinki University Hospital, Finland Incidence of young-onset ischemic stroke is currently about 13/100 000 per year in high-income countries and has been increasing since 1980s. In young patients, stroke...

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Non-HDL-cholesterol in the young – is it worth worrying?

By Antje Schmidt-Pogoda, Fachärztin für Neurologie, Klinik für Neurologie mit Institut für Translationale Neurologie, Universitätsklinikum Münster, Albert-Schweitzer-Campus 1, Gebäude A1, 48149 Münster Only recently, the treat stroke to target trial has demonstrated...

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ESO Committee Corner – Education

The ESO Education Committee has a key role in fulfilling the central mission of ESO, to reduce the burden of stroke in Europe by improving stroke care through educating healthcare professionals. Our key responsibility is to oversee and support the courses that provide...

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