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Training Guidelines for Endovascular Ischemic Stroke Intervention: An International multi-society consensus document
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    Training Guidelines for Endovascular Ischemic Stroke Intervention: The Critical Missing Link....
    • Deepak Sharma, Neuroanesthesiologist (Professor & Division Chief)
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      • Pekka O. Talke, W.Andrew Kofke

    Optimal outcome of intra-arterial treatment for Acute ischemic stroke (AIS) requires the involvement of appropriately trained and qualified providers from diverse specialties working together in synchrony under tight time line, communicating effectively to provide evidence-based clinical care. Hence, we welcome the international multi-society consensus document on training guidelines for the interventionalists involved in...

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