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TIAs and strokes are an emergency, but stroke victims are avoiding the Emergency Room

A Dangerous Trend - UH Clinical Update | April 2020

UH Contributes to Valuable Research for Patients with Carotid Artery Disease

Studies find TCAR associated with lower risk of stroke and cranial nerve injury | UH News Release

Continuous EEG Monitoring Helps Detect Unusual Brain Patterns in Real Time for Neurocritical ICU Care

Innovations in Neurology & Neurosurgery | Summer 2019

Cathy Sila, MD, named chair of Department of Neurology at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center

UH News Release

Optimizing Cardiac Outcomes with a Minimalist Approach

Physicians at UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute take steps to optimize left atrial appendage closure with a focus on patient safety - Innovations in Cardiovascular Medicine & Surgery - Winter 2019

Blood Flow Reversed During Transcarotid Revascularization

A novel approach to protect the brain Innovations in Cardiovascular Medicine & Surgery - Fall 2018  Vikram Kashyap, MD An estimated 20 to 30 percent of ischemic stroke is caused by carotid artery disease. Vascular surgeons of the Harrington...

UH Renews Role in StrokeNet Program

National network recruits and runs stroke trials efficiently and quickly UH Innovations in Neurology & Neurosurgery - Fall 2018 Sophia Sundararajan, MD The Neurological Institute at University Hospitals of Cleveland recently renewed its role in...

Imaging Modalities to Determine Eligibility for Stroke Thrombectomy Outcomes

UH’s Cathy Sila, MD, presents DAWN sub-analysis results at International Stroke Conference  Kathy Sila, MD UH Clinical Update - February 2018 Patients selected to undergo mechanical thrombectomy for an acute ischemic stroke fare just as well...

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