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Alteplase after mechanical thrombectomy improves stroke outcomes


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JAMA
Reuters Health - 15/02/2022 - For patients with large-vessel-occlusion stroke, intra-arterial thrombolysis following successful thrombectomy improves neurological outcomes, according to results of the CHOICE randomized controlled trial.  "It is estimated that only 27% of patients with acute ischemic stroke and large vessel occlusion who undergo successful reperfusion after mechanical thrombectomy are disability free at 90 days," Dr. Angel Chamorro of Hospital Clinic of Barcelona in Spain and colleagues note in their paper.  The placebo-controlled CHOICE study evaluated the efficacy and safety of adjunct intra-arterial alteplase following angiographically succes...


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