February 2019

 

In this Issue

Next Horizons in Neurointervention

Ensuring optimal application of breakthroughs in stroke and aneurysm care.

Issue

Supplement

Guest Chief Medical Editor’s Page

Next Horizons in Neurointervention

By Guilherme Dabus, MD, FAHA

COVER STORIES

Stroke Patient Workflow Optimization

Common bottlenecks in stroke treatment and strategies to resolve them.

By Madhav Sukumaran, MD, PhD; Donald R. Cantrell, MD, PhD; Sameer A. Ansari, MD, PhD; Michael Hurley, MD; Ali Shaibani, MD; Matthew B. Potts, MD; and Babak S. Jahromi, MD, PhD

The Challenges of ELVO With Low NIHSS Score

Evaluating available data on the safety, efficacy, and feasibility of treatment for mild acute strokes with associated LVO.

By Gabor Toth, MD, FAHA

What We Know and What We Don’t: Mechanical Thrombectomy for Large Core Strokes

A review of available study data with an emphasis on what data are still needed.

By Jay N. Dolia, MD; Raul G. Nogueira, MD; and Diogo C. Haussen, MD

Tips & Tricks: Crossing Acute Large Vessel Occlusions

A review of available study data with an emphasis on what data are still needed.

By Benjamin Atchie, DO; Ian Kaminsky, MD; and Donald Frei, MD

Ask the Experts: What Is the Biggest Unanswered Question in Ischemic Stroke Care?

Experts discuss who shouldn’t be treated, improving center-to-center communication, triaging patients to the right center for care, and reigning in estimates on large vessel occlusions appropriate for treatment.

With Blaise Baxter, MD; Ronil V. Chandra, MBBS, MMed, FRANZCR, CCINR; Mayank Goyal, MD, FRCPC, FAHA, FCAHS; and Ansaar T. Rai, MD, MBA

Wide-Necked Cerebral Artery Aneurysms: Where Do We Stand?

The evolution and progression of neurointerventional treatments for morphologically challenging aneurysms.

By Matthew J. McPheeters, MD, MBA; Kunal Vakharia, MD; Stephan A. Munich, MD; and Adnan H. Siddiqui, MD, PhD

Cerebral Aneurysm Follow-Up: How Standards Have Changed and Why

A perspective on the optimal follow-up frequency and imaging modality type for treated cerebral aneurysms.

By Reade De Leacy, MD, FRANZCR; Gal Yaniv, MD, PhD; and Kambiz Nael, MD

Online Exclusive

Mentors and Protégés: Conversations on Career and Craft With Michael C. Soulen, MD, FSIR, FCIRSE

SIR fellows David Tischfield, MD, PhD, and Sneha Somani, BBme, ask Dr. Soulen about his career experiences, work-life balance advice, finding inspiration for research, and more.

FEATURED TECHNOLOGY

Sponsored by Philips

Designing a Versatile Procedural Environment for a Rapidly Changing Interventional Field

A dyad perspective on building an advanced endovascular suite.

With Barry T. Katzen, MD

DEPARTMENTS

Innovations

An Interview With Barbara Hamilton, MD

The Chair of Women in IR discusses the goals and actions of this section of SIR and how these efforts will spread throughout the field to increase equality and diversity.

 

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