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Acute treatment of stroke (except thrombectomy)

Show simple item record Muñoz Venturelli, Paula Appleton, Jason Anderson, Craig Bath, Philip 2019-08-03T00:10:22Z 2019-08-03T00:10:22Z 2018
dc.identifier.citation Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports, 2018, 18(11) es
dc.identifier.uri es
dc.description.abstract Purpose of Review The management of patients with acute stroke has been revolutionized in recent years with the advent of new effective treatments. In this rapidly evolving field, we provide an update on the management of acute stroke excluding thrombectomy, looking to recent, ongoing and future trials. Recent Findings Large definitive trials have provided insight into acute stroke care including broadening the therapeutic window for thrombolysis, alternatives to standard dose alteplase, the use of dual antiplatelet therapy early after minor ischemic stroke, and treating elevated blood pressure in intracerebral hemorrhage. Further ongoing and future trials are eagerly awaited in this ever-expanding area. Summary Although definitive trials have led to improvements in acute stroke care, there remains a need for further research to improve our understanding of pathophysiological mechanisms underlying different stroke types with the potential for treatments to be tailored to the individual. (143/150 words) es
dc.format.extent 33 p. es
dc.language.iso en es
dc.subject Acute ischemic stroke es
dc.subject Intracerebral hemorrhage es
dc.subject Thrombolysis es
dc.subject Antiplatelets es
dc.subject Blood pressure es
dc.subject Stroke unit es
dc.title Acute treatment of stroke (except thrombectomy) es
dc.type Article es

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