Lectures @ SLICE 2018

In this section you will find all the lectures published on this website from SLICE 2018.

Bypassing patients from primary care centers is mandatory in 2018! The Occitanie Experience

1 october 2018 – 8:30

Caroline ARQUIZAN

Mechanical thrombectomy (MT) might be the “proven and recommended therapy” for stroke, but the challenge is offering MT in a timely fashion. Join neurologist Caroline Arquizan as she describes the protocol put in place for the collaborative stroke care networks in the Occitanie region of France based on over 24 months of experience.


RACECAT trial: first results

1 october 2018 – 16:50

Marc RIBO

How can you offer the same quality endovascular treatment in rural as well as well-served metropolitan areas? Join Prof. Marc Ribo, from the Vall d’Hebron University Hospital in Barcelona, Spain as he presents RACECAT, the Catalunya regional study taking a real-world look at stroke care today….


Drip-and-Drive: ship the interventionalist not the patient for MTE

1 october 2018 – 17:10

Caspar BREKENFELD

We all agree that in the race to save time we need creative – and clinically valid – ideas in order to provide MT when its needed by the most competent specialists. But how? Is there an alternative to drip-and-ship? Join Dr Caspar Brekenfeld as he proposes we move the specialist, not the patient – and provides data proving its worth here….


Re-thinking time to intervention: What we can learn from the business world

1 october 2018 – 17:30

Ferdinand HUI

MT works, but can optimal care be delivered when and where it’s needed? Join Prof. F. Hui as he provocatively looks at whether a known business model – like Amazon – can be applied to stroke care in this SLICE lecture….


My place as an interventional radiologist in the stroke pathway

1 october 2018 – 17:50

Hans VAN OVERHAGEN

How do societies – and medical specialists – respond to the increasing demands for endovascular thrombectomy (EVT)? Can other specialists perform these procedures? Join interventional radiologist Hans van Overhagen as he confronts these issues in an insightful lecture and passionate debate capturing the essence of the SLICE experience….


Predictors of post-alteplase recanalization in stroke referrals for thrombectomy; and recanalization with tenecteplase versus alteplase

2 october 2018 – 8:55

Pierre SENERS

Which patients will profit from early recanalisation following IV-tPA and which patients won’t? What are the implications for the use of tenecteplase vs. alteplase? Join Pierre Seners in this intriguing lecture and learn more here…


Revascularization of chronic carotid occlusion: a new technical approach

2 october 2018 -14:30

Tudor G. JOVIN & Vincent COSTALAT

How well do we know the natural history of internal carotid artery (ICA) occlusions? Join T. Jovin (USA) and V. Costalat (France) as they discuss and illustrate the next frontier in endovascular treatments – the carotid – here….


Carotid Web : an “Old” cervical lesion for a “young” cause of embolic stroke

2 october 2018 – 15:10

Nicolas GAILLARD

The carotid web– How rare is it and does it play a role in ischemic stroke in the young? Join neurologist Nicolas Gaillard (France) in this engaging lecture covering the clinical and historical definition of the carotid web – and learn how to approach, define and manage this “new piece” in the puzzle of the etiology of stroke in younger patients?


Shirt stents technique in tandem

2 october 2018 – 15:25

Marc RIBO


4 types of Tandem Occlusions, 4 different answers to understand the pharmacological and mechanical implications

2 october 2018 – 17:10

Vincent COSTALAT


WEAVE Study

3 october 2018 – 8:15

Michael J ALEXANDER


When should we stop trying to open a target vessel?

3 october 2018 – 11:30

Raul G. NOGUEIRA


RCT to come in 2018

3 october 2018 – 14:20

Wim H. VAN ZWAM


AURORA trial

3 october 2018 – 14:50

Raul G. NOGUEIRA


 

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