This section contains a selection of interesting, stroke-related webcasts of presentations given by renowned experts at recent congresses and meetings sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim. Topics include:
- Acute stroke
- Clinical trials and registries
- Pre-hospital management
- Risk factors
- Secondary prevention of stroke
- Stroke education
- Thrombolytic therapy
The 2nd European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC) took place from 10th – 12th May 2016 in Barcelona, Spain. Follow the links below to view the webcasts of the presentations held during the Boehringer Ingelheim sponsored satellite symposium, entitled, “PRESENTING THE LATEST EVIDENCE, JUSTIFICATION AND STRATEGIES FOR ACUTE PHASE MANAGEMENT OF ISCHAEMIC STROKE."
ENCHANTED insights into thrombolysis strategy
To lyse or not to lyse? That is the question!
Improving and evaluating processes of care and stroke units/networks
Endovascular therapy with thrombolysis: who can the knight in shining armour rescue?
The 1st European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC) took place from 17th – 19th April 2015 in Glasgow, Scotland.
Follow the links below to view the webcasts of the presentations held during the Boehringer Ingelheim sponsored satellite symposium, entitled, “TAILORING ACUTE STROKE THROMBOLYSIS TO PERSON, TIME AND PLACE: ARE WE READY?“
Targeted acute ischaemic stroke therapy: what can we learn from recent thrombectomy studies?
ESOC 2015 Glasgow - Central role of imaging to improve targeted acute ischaemic stroke therapy
ESOC 2015 Glasgow - 60 minutes = life | Make every second count
ESOC 2015 Glasgow - New strategies to achieve best practice: ESO-EAST & the angels initiative
ESOC 2015 Glasgow - Discussion
The 23rd European Stroke Conference (ESC), took place on 06th – 09th May 2014 in Nice, France.
Please watch the webcasts held during the Boehringer Ingelheim sponsored Satellite Symposium entitled “Acute Stroke Management: Time is of the Essence”:
BI Symposium ESC 2014: Introduction
Streamlining prehospital management of acute ischaemic stroke: how can we do better?
In-hospital management of acute ischaemic stroke: how can we do better?
“Time clock” or “tissue clock”? The role of imaging in stroke management decisions
General discussion with the audience and close