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Starting on 29 May 2013 with many Oral Sessions fresh updates on Stroke Large clinical trials (RCTs)
at 11:25-12:30 Room: Auditorium INTERACT2, STICH II, CHIMES, IST-3, SPS3, next day PC-Trial, RESPECT, ALIAS, PHANTOM-S, ICSS, EVA-3S, STICH II.
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May anti depressants be helpfull in stroke recovery ? also in non depressed subjects ?

Double blind placebo controlled on benefit of prolonged release Levomilnacipran in ischemic stroke recovery. A phase II RCT sponsored by Pierre Fabre Medicament IRPF. First patient enrolled in France. Up to 90 participating centres, six Italian centres will join the project. Stay tuned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cardioembolic Stroke as one of the  leading cause of global  disability deserves much more attention from health care authorities, the world stroke organization promotes the suscription of the “world stroke charter”

a signature may save lives

……We call on national governments, policy makers, payers and healthcare providers to take action to improve the lives of those with AF and drastically reduce the risks and costs of AF-related stroke.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seems more and more evident that  levels of air pollution considered safe by health care authorities such as WHO can contribute to higher rates of cognitive decline, stroke, and heart attack, according to many paper recently published.

Open registratiomn for the 8th World Stroke Congress October 10-13, 2012 taking place in a easily reachable place Brasilia, Brazil.

But before packing your things remember 3 months before to apply for a Visa as suggested by the Brazialian Tourism Agency,  if coming from

Afghanistan, Antigua e Barbuda, Arabia Saudita, Algeria, Australia, Azerbaigian, Bangladesh, Bahrein, Belarussia, Belize, Benin, Bosnia, Botswana, Brunei, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambogia, Canada, Qatar, Kazakistan, Ciad, Cipro, Singapura, Comore, Congo, Repubblica Democratica del Congo, Isole Cook, Corea del Nord, Gibuti, Dominica, Emirati Arabi, Eritrea, Stati Uniti d’America, Etiopia, Isole Figi, Gambia, Ghana, Georgia, Granada, Guinea, Guinea Equatoriale, Haiti, Yemen, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Iugoslavia/Servia e Montenegro, Giamaica, Giappone, Giordania, Isole Kiribati, Kuwait, Laos, Lesoto, Letonia, Libano, Liberia, Libia, Lituania, Macau, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi, Iosle Maldive, Mali, Malta, Isole Marianne, Isole Marshall, Isole Mauritius, Mauritania, Micronesia, Moldavia, Mongolia, Myanmar/Birmania, Nauru, Nepal, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Autorità Palestina, Papua/Nuova Guinea, Pakistan, Kenya, Kirghizistan, Isole Salomone, Samoa Occidentale, Santa Lucia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent e Grenadine, Sierra Leone, Isole Seychelles, Siria, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Swaziland, Tagikistan, Tanzania, Timor Est, Togo, Tonga, Turkmenistan, Isole Tuvalu, Uganda, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Zambia, e Zimbabwe

The Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention and Control Program on mass.gov published a serie of videos with educational purposes on Stroke

Save the Date

Saturday, 29 October is World Stroke Day

Every six seconds, regardless of age or gender – someone somewhere will die from stroke. see the official site of the campaign

The editorial of Markku Kaste on Stroke September 14th.

From funny experiments to other initiatives publication bias is a big problem  for modern research. Researchers publish only favorable results, and it can have far-reaching consequences.

Pharmaceutical companies, for example, are notorious for manipulating the data in this way, potentially very dangerous when the lives of patients are at risk.

When a medical company has spent tens or hundreds of millions of dollars on research, it is tempting to bury any results that support the null hypothesis.

Unfortunately, pharmaceutical companies are businesses, attempting to maximize profits, and there is always the temptation to promote products, even when they have been shown to be ineffective or even potentially harmful.

World Stroke Day is an excellent opportunity to increase awareness of stroke, and action that can be taken against it. Activities to promote the World Stroke Day message may include campaigns for the general population, press releases, communication with government and/or community activities.

The World Stroke Day Awards recognize the efforts of people in the community, health professionals and workplaces that encourage, support, and promote awareness of stroke and action that may be taken against it.

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