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Stroke: wake-up call for acute treatment

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Did you know that it is highly likely that a stroke can be successfully treated within 4.5 hours of the onset of the symptoms? 70 European stroke centres have joined forces and discovered that two well known MRI sequences are important for determining the moment of stroke. This is how they help with acute treatment. Read more about the current WAKE-UP study in our current Interview.

Sunny greetings,

Katja Laska
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

image: 12 - 15 November 2018, MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine in Düsseldorf

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Topic of the Month: Diagnosis with Big Data
Interview: WAKE-UP study
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Diagnosing diseases with big data

Topic of the Month

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All of us generate data every day without even realizing it – sometimes it happens unconsciously and unintentionally. At this point, we are made of data and not just in the eyes of tech companies but also from a healthcare system perspective. Our electronic health records are a smorgasbord of data for example. For medicine, the question then becomes: (How) Can these large data volumes be used to diagnose diseases?
Read more in our Topic of the Month:
Diagnosing diseases with big data
How big data leads to diagnosis
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WAKE-UP study a wake-up call for acute stroke care

Interview

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Some solutions are simple, though not necessarily obvious. The WAKE-UP study, which included 70 participating European stroke centers, has now studied a relatively simple procedure to manage the acute care of stroke patients and avoid potential long-term effects. Best of all, it is available wherever MRI is offered.
Read the interview here:
WAKE-UP study a wake-up call for acute stroke care
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