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A workshop with a multidisciplinary approach to stroke prevention and treatment.
Resources are available by clicking on the title of the presentations.
Welcome by the Chairperson of the Council on Stroke (P. Widimsky)
Chairs: P. Widimsky, M. Rubiera del Fueyo
Lecture 1 : M. Rubiera del Fueyo: The role of time on ischemic stroke progression
Lecture 2 : I.C. Van Gelder: Atrial fibrillation and other arrhythmias and stroke
Lecture 3 : P. Lanzer: Structural heart disease and stroke
Lecture 4 : N. Bornstein: Atherosclerosis and stroke
Lecture 5 : Dmitry Skrypnik : Stroke treatment using AMI network in Moscow
Lecture 6 : W. Doehner: Coagulation and ischemic stroke
Panel discussion : all speakers + both chairs
Chairs : A. Halliday, N. Bornstein
Debate 1: Novel oral anticoagulants should replace warfarin in all patients with atrial fibrillation
J. Camm: Pro
P. Widimsky: Contra
Chairs: M. Rubiera del Fueyo, W. Doehner
L.Nelson Hopkins: Innovation… the future of acute stroke treatment: North American perspective
Debate 2: Treatment of heart failure can decrease the risk of stroke
W. Doehner: Pro
P. Lanzer: Contra
Debate 3: Thrombolytics have much broader indications than mechanical thrombectomy in stroke
M. Rubiera del Fueyo: Pro
M. Mazighi: Contra
Debate 4: ECG monitoring after ischemic stroke/TIA of unknown source: wide use of insertable monitors ?
I.C. Van Gelder: Pro
P. Osmancik: Contra
Chairs : M. Mazighi, I. Van Gelder
B. Rantner: The role of vascular surgeon in stroke prevention
A. Lansky: NeuroARC consensus on neurologic endpoints for cardiovascular trials
J.C. Barthelemy: Hypolipidemic drugs in stroke prevention
M. Rubiera del Fueyo: Secondary prevention after ESUS
P. Widimsky: Left atrial appendage closure
M. Schwerzmann: Patent foramen ovale closure
J. Kovac: How to prevent periprocedural stroke in interventional cardiology
M. Czerny: How to prevent periprocedural stroke in cardiac surgery
A. Halliday: Carotid Stenosis - selecting the high risk patients for intervention
Panel discussion: all speakers + both chairs
Bart van der Worp: The European perspective
Workshop 1: Thrombolysis (M. Rubiera del Fueyo, N. Bornstein)
Workshop 2: Catheter-based thrombectomy and carotid revascularization (M. Mazighi, A. Halliday)
Workshop 3: Anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs (S. Wassmann, P. Widimsky)
Chairs: P. Widimsky, W. Doehner
Wrap-up of the workshops, presented by the workshops leaders.
W. Doehner: Concluding remarks
This meeting is endorsed by the European Stroke Organization.
The ESC Heart and Brain Workshop is supported by Bayer, Bristol-Myers Squibb and Pfizer Alliance, Boehringer Ingelheim, Daiichi Sankyo Europe GmbH and Medtronic in the form of educational grants. The scientific programme has not been influenced in any way by its sponsors. Learn more
Discover more about the ESC Council on Stroke
The ESC Heart and Brain Workshop is supported by Bayer, Bristol-Myers Squibb and Pfizer Alliance, Boehringer Ingelheim, Daiichi Sankyo Europe GmbH and Medtronic in the form of educational grants. The scientific programme has not been influenced in any way by its sponsors.
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