Special Issue "Advances in the Diagnosis and Management of Stroke"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2023) | Viewed by 2719
Interests: stroke; thrombolysis; thrombectomy; delirium; sleep; obstructive sleep apnea; polysomnography; insomnia
Interests: stroke; thrombolysis; thrombectomy; delirium; neural plasticity; transcranial magnetic stimulation; evoked potentials; neurophysiology
In recent years, the management of stroke has deeply changed as result of recent evidence coming from the scientific community. The results of ongoing trials are likely to further change stroke management in the near future. New therapeutic options are now available to treat patients with acute stroke, and innovative diagnostic tools are currently being developed to select patients that can benefit the most from available treatments. Although great strides have been made in the management of stroke, to date, stroke still represents one of the commonest causes of death and disability.
We are well aware of your involvement in the field and believe that you could make a brilliant contribution in this Special Issue. Therefore, we would be pleased if you submit a review or research article to this issue to enrich the current knowledge on management and diagnosis of stroke.
Dr. Valerio Brunetti
Dr. Riccardo Di Iorio
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- stroke rehabilitation
- neural plasticity
- transcranial magnetic stimulation