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Tenecteplase – a new hope?

Alteplase is the cornerstone of acute ischemic stroke pharmacological treatment, either alone or prior to mechanical thrombectomy.

Author Interview with Dr Johannes Kaesmacher

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From restriction to open but controlled inclusion: The new ESO/ESMINT guidelines on mechanical thrombectomy in acute ischaemic stroke

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Elevated troponin in acute ischemic stroke – a matter of debate?

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Imaging of thrombi: Can we see what we get?

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Stroke Associated Pneumonia: better safe than sorry

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The route to success – Transport network planning for acute ischaemic stroke

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5th Annual ESO ESMINT ESNR Stroke Winter School

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