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Therapeutic Strategies in Cerebral Ischemia
Clinical Publishing, February 2011, Pages: 164
This work reflects on those aspects of cerebrovascular ischemia that currently pose formidable challenges to effective treatment or, alternatively, that potentially offer tremendous opportunities for the future. The authors provide a scholarly review of current interventions, their advantages and shortcomings, as well as offering important insights into the likely direction of future therapeutic targets and strategies.
- Translates scientific evidence into improved clinical outcomes
- Maintains a clear clinical viewpoint throughout on topics including preventive strategies, hemodynamics, neuroprotection, minor strokes and TIA, as well as the latest translational research in animal models
- Synthesizes publication and trial data to enable effective diagnosis and patient treatment insights into the likely direction of future therapeutic targets and strategies.
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- Doctors in training
1. Introduction – therapeutic challenges in cerebral ischaemia, D Liebeskind
2. Arterial recanalization – potential and limitations, M Hussain, A Qureshi
3. Collateral perfusion, microcirculation and venous pathophysiology, D Liebeskind
4. Venous steal in cerebral ischaemia, O Pranevicius
5. Systemic haemodynamic therapies for acute ischaemic stroke, A Alexandrov
6. Oxygen therapy for acute ischaemic stroke, A Singhal
7. Neuroprotection in cerebral ischemic stroke, MS Hussain, A Shuaib
8. Haemorrhagic transformation – causes, definitions and treatment, P Khatri
9. Early prevention in subacute stroke, A Poppe, N Sanossian, S Coutts, A Demchuk
10. From rat to RCT – translational hurdles in novel stroke therapies, S Savitz
11. Vascular endpoints in clinical trials and practice, D Liebeskind
DS Liebeskind, Neurology Director, Stroke Imaging, UCLA Stroke Center, University of California, Los Angeles, USA.
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