The renaissance of neuroprotection in times of recanalization therapies
Advances in acute stroke treatment within the last 25 years have mainly been made in recanalization therapies, particularly with the approval of rtPA and thrombectomy devices. The risk-benefits ratios for both treatments are evident but longterm outcome for recanalized patients is unfortunately suboptimal; only around 50 % have no or only minor disabilities when assessed on day 90 while the problem of hemorrhagic transformation also remains an important safety topic.
In recent years, Ever Pharma has re-intensified clinical development in the field of recanalization therapies. In order to establish evidence if Cerebrolysin, when combined with rtPA and/or thrombectomy, can add safety or better outcome, several preclinical and clinical development initiatives were either already published or can be expected soon.
The speakers in today’s webinar are all deeply involved in this research program and will give the audience an update on the current evidence.
Zdravka PoljakovicHead of the Neurological Intensive care Unit, Medical School Zagreb, University Hospital Zagreb, Croatia
Jacek StaszewskiMilitary Institute of Medicine, Warsaw, Poland
Dina KhasanovaKazan State Medical University, Kazan, Russia
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Head of the Neurological Intensive care Unit, Medical School Zagreb, University Hospital Zagreb, Croatia
Exosome mediated post stroke vasotherapeutics with Cerebrolysin
by Michael Chopp
Neuroprotective agents – can they improve outcome in recanalization treatment?
by Jacek Staszewski
Innovative therapies reducing complication after recanalization
by Dina Khasanova