|Moderators||M. Amor, P. Schneider, K. Snyder, L. Inglese|
|08.15||State-of-the-art: promising next steps||K. Mathias|
What the data is telling us: the first 30 days need to be safer after any carotid repair,
|08.38||New stent designs: will they improve results?||P. Schneider|
|08.46||New access technologies||N. Cheshire|
Best medical therapy has improved: but how much, and will BMT be good
enough to replace repair?
|I. Van Herzeele|
Carotid endarterectomy remains the treatment of choice. The data prove it
and stents cannot compete
What is the optimal approach to asymptomatic carotid stenosis? Intervention or not?
We cannot all be correct!
Challenging case: the worst complication of the year. Can you help me problem
|09.25||Selection of stent and protection technique: which stent for which lesion||M. Amor|
|09.33||Emergency management system: how to handle evolving stroke||K. Mathias|
|09.41||Mechanical thrombectomy for acute stroke||K. Snyder|
|10.30||Results from the ROADSTER Trial and EU Experience||I. Van Herzeele|
|10.38||CAS revival is now||P. Bergeron|
|10.46||Get organized for in Hospital stroke (jatrogenic or not) acute rescue||L. Inglese|
|11.00||How I see the future of CAS||F. Veith|