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Long-term Cardiac Monitoring

Long-term Cardiac Monitoring

Long-term Cardiac Monitoring for Detection of Occult Atrial Fibrillation – A Tool to Prevent Secondary ...

Joerg Berrouschot

European Neurological Review, 2014;9(1):56–9

mini-stroke:Professor Peter Rothwell

mini-stroke:Professor Peter Rothwell

mini-stroke:Professor Peter Rothwell

A mini-stroke can be a warning sign that a more serious stroke can be on the way. Professor Peter Rothwell has dedicated his life to understanding mini-stroke and talks about the condition in this ...

Novel Noninvasive MRI - Cerebrovascular Disease

Novel Noninvasive MRI - Cerebrovascular Disease

Novel Noninvasive Magnetic Resonance Imaging Methods in Cerebrovascular Disease

Manus J Donahue, Megan K Strother

US Neurology, 2014;10(1):23–9

The Role of Hypothermia in Preventing Brain Damage

The Role of Hypothermia in Preventing Brain Damage

The Role of Hypothermia in Preventing Brain Damage

Maxim Hammer, MD, discusses how hypothermia, when combined with other therapies, may be effective in decreasing mortality and improving outcomes for patients with brain swelling brought on by stroke.

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A mini-stroke can be a warning sign that a more serious stroke can be on the way. Professor Peter Rothwell has dedicated his life to understanding mini-stroke a
Maxim Hammer, MD, discusses how hypothermia, when combined with other therapies, may be effective in decreasing mortality and improving outcomes for patients wi
In the UK, stroke consumes 7% of the entire NHS budget. Aspirin is mainstay of treatment in stroke and it works across the board of atherothrombosis with a risk
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