Neurology

Stroke care: Every minute counts

Increased public awareness, rapid response times, and new treatment options are the key to successful stroke care.

5min
Published on 21. Mai 2021

During a stroke, up to 1.9 million brain cells die each minute. [1] Rapid response, diagnosis, and treatment can therefore play a decisive role in the progression of the illness and the likelihood of long-term damage. Greater public awareness of early symptoms and deployment of the latest technological developments and treatment options constitute a major step forward for stroke patients.

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Advances in stroke diagnosis and treatment

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Christian Loewe, MD, Head of the Department of Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology at Medical University Vienna

Angio only suite for stroke management

Time-saving technology

Saving patients’ lives and minimizing long-term damage

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