ESO BLOG – THE VOICE OF STROKE IN EUROPE

The Official Blog of the European Stroke Organisation

YSPR Editors: Diana Aguiar De Sousa and Linxin Li

Assessing unilateral neglect after stroke: can we do better?

Georgia Fisher, University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, AustraliaParticipant of the Young Stroke Physicians and Researchers Research Design Workshop for Studies in Development – ESOC 2019 The advent of clot busting medications and endovascular clot retrieval has...

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When migraine meets ischaemic stroke

By Dr Linxin Li Miss A is 30 years old. She has history of migraine with visual aura since her teenage years, which normally starts with blurred vision followed by a mild headache. She is otherwise fit and well. This morning she woke up feeling fine. However, whilst...

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Oslo EAN Conference 2019: building bridges

By Dr Giuseppe Reale, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Roma – member of ESO YSPR Committee. Oslo has been repeatedly appointed as one of the most liveable cities in the world; before coming to Oslo, I wondered whether the 5th European Academy of Neurology (EAN)...

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Cell therapy after ischemic stroke in the thrombectomy era?

By Francisco Moniche, MD, PhD, Stroke Unit, Neurology Department, Hospital Universitario Virgen del Rocio, Institute of Biomedicine of Seville (IBiS), Avda. Manuel Siurot s/n. CP 41013. Seville, Spain  A 73-year-old man was found at his house with a global aphasia and...

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FESO Interview with Christine Kremer

Each month, the PR Committee interviews an ESO Fellow (FESO) to feature in the newsletter. 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...

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Committee Corner: Simulation Education Committee

By Paola Santalucia, Chair of the Simulation Education Committee The ESO Simulation Education Committee has been established in 2017 to implement the simulation education in stroke care within the ESO Community. Simulation is the most powerful method for education and...

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Romania : What we have achieved

A story told by Cristina Tiu, made possible by the enthusiasm and hard work of many other people, who believed in a better future. The biggest success of our country in stroke care quality improvement since ESO EAST started in 2015 is IVT coverage for almost 90% of...

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Report from Summer Stroke School in Croatia

30th Dubrovnik Summer Stroke School: Healthy Lifestyle and Prevention of Stroke and Other Brain Impairments, International Course endorsed by European Stroke Organization (ESO), World Stroke Organization (WSO), European Academy of Neurology (EAN) and World Federation...

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