Listening to the injured brain. Thomas P. Bleck, FACP, professor of neurology at Evanston Northwestern Healthcare in Evanston, Ill., gave a talk on listening to the injured brain, discussing the use
It was also affirmed by the American Academy of Neurology.
A summary statement of the guidelines was published in the June 8 Neurology. ... A full copy of the guidelines update is available via the American Academy of Neurology Web site.
The American Academy of Neurology recently issued a guideline update on preventing stroke in patients with nonvalvular atrial fibrillation (NVAF). ... The guideline was published Feb. 25 by Neurology. A recent public health investigation by the Centers
Brian H. Buck, MD, MSc, assistant professor in the division of neurology at the University of Alberta in Edmonton and one of the study's authors, said that the standardized nature ... Andrew Josephson, MD, director of the neurohospitalist program and
The results appeared in the Jan. 12 Neurology. The findings suggest that combining clinical variables with imaging information has better predictive value than clinical information alone or scores based on
Results were published by JAMA Neurology on May 4. The time from symptom recognition to neuroimaging was significantly longer in the in-hospital stroke group (median, 4.5 hours vs.
Meanwhile, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, N.C., offers massage to all patients, but healing touch is available only to its neurology and pediatric patients, because there
26 by JAMA Neurology. In 110 of the 128 patients (85.9%), clinicians made a diagnosis of sICH more than 2 hours after initiation of tPA.
stroke. The AHA/ASA Stroke Council commissioned authors from cardiology, emergency medicine, neurosurgery, nursing, radiology and vascular neurology to revise the previous guidelines after a systematic review of the evidence.