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European Stroke Organisation
 

ESOC 2022 Newsletter Vol. 3

Dear Friends and Colleagues,


As we close on the second day of ESOC 2022, we reflect on the many scientific sessions, teaching courses, poster presentations, and friendly faces we experienced today, all contributing to building ESOC 2022 as the forum to drive and build momentum for advancing the knowledge to improve stroke care.

The programme was viewed in 89 countries from our hybrid community. One of our highlights was the Presidential Symposium and the ESO Awards. Congratulations to all winners.

We are happy to share with you our highlights and pictures of this extraordinary day and look forward to tomorrow!
 

News from ESOC 2022

ESOC 2022 Plenary Highlights: Thursday 5 May
  • Acute Febrile Illness, Influenza Vaccination and the Risk of Acute Stroke - The Interstroke Study
 
  • Composition of PM 2.5 And Comorbidities Associated With Hemorrhagic Stroke Hospitalisation in Thailand
 
  • Epigenetic age and stroke - Findings from the Health and Retirement Study
 
  • Circulating Interleukin-6 Predicts Carotid Plaque Severity, Vulnerability, And Progression in the Cardiovascular Health Study
 
  • Stroke in the Young: Cancer in Disguise?
Press Release
`Brain-age` biomarkets predict stroke recover more accuratelythan chronological age, new study shows
Stroke experts have identified how radiomics, an emerging image-quantifying technology, can be used to extract biomarkers from clinical brain MRI scans in stroke patients and estimate a patient’s relative ‘brain age’. The technique demonstrates that using relative brain age, rather than chronological age, can enhance stroke surveillance and improve predictions on post-stroke reovery.
Press Release
PI Interviews
ESO Award Winners

Session Report: ESMINT - ESO Joint Symposium: Minimizing the risks of symptomatic intracranial hemorrhage following reperfusion treatments

This interesting and underrepresented topic was introduced with actual data about blood pressure regulation in acute stroke and especially during endovascular procedures. [more...]

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