National Stroke Association presents
an archived audio webcast for Stroke Professionals
Acute Stroke Treatment: New Evidence and Opportunities
Original Event Date: September 10, 2009 -- 12 PM Eastern
Accreditation for this program has expired.
Information included in the program may become dated as new research and guidelines become available. It is the responsibility of the viewer to determine current evidence-based methods and procedures in treating patients.
Steven Levine, MD - Mount Sinai Medical Center
Philip Meyers, MD, FAHA - Columbia University
Ed Jauch, MD, MS, FAHA, FACEP - Medical University of South Carolina
The faculty provide an update on new key evidence and provide resources to help participants implement changes to acute stroke care practice and processes. Case-based studies are presented by faculty.
At the conclusion of the activity, participants should be able to:
- Describe the incidence of ischemic stroke and the opportunity to maximize patient outcomes.
- Describe guidelines-based acute ischemic stroke treatment strategies.
- Identify clinically important recent advances in stroke management and apply the latest guidelines into clinical practice.
- Access enduring resources to assist clinicians to educate themselves and make modifications to current practice and/or process.
This program is designed for target neurologists, emergency room physicians and nurses, hospitalists, neuroscience nurses, and neuro-interventionalists.
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