Stroke Prevention and Care 2017: What’s New and Important

Friday, November 24
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Stroke care continues to rapidly evolve; best practices are changing based on randomized trials. This workshop will cover the continuum of care from prevention to community re-integration for stroke. In particular, we will review the most recent advances that change practice on a daily basis including: expansion of the thrombolytic window and endovascular therapy for stroke, dual antiplatlet therapy for TIA and stroke, advances in brain imaging, anticoagulation for atrial fibrillation, predicting outcome after stroke, and enhancing post stroke recovery.

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Wieslaw Oczkowski

Professor and Academic Head Division of Neurology, Stroke Neurologist and Medical Director Regional Stroke Program
McMaster University, Hamilton Health Sciences

Dr. Wieslaw Oczkowski is a professor in the Department of Medicine at McMaster University and stroke neurologist at Hamilton Health Sciences. He is presently the medical director of the Central South Regional Stroke Program and academic head of the Division of Neurology. Dr. Oczkowski has published in the fields of cerebrovascular disease and stroke rehabilitation and is a research investigator at the Population Health Research Institute.


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