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Stroke is a major cause of death and long-term disability in the developed world. While t-PA and mechanical thrombectomy have been shown to decrease disability in properly selected patients, many patients are left with lifelong symptoms. There are currently limited options available for patients who are not candidates for treatment with t-PA and/or mechanical thrombectomy. N-Acetylcysteine (NAC) is an FDA approved antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent that has been used safely for many years in the treatment of acetaminophen overdose. In studies, the oral form has been shown to improve outcomes in acute ischemic stroke and has been shown to decrease the effects of ischemic brain injury in animal models. In a small human trial, it improved outcomes in patients suffering from mild traumatic brain injury (TBI). The intravenous formulation has a long safety record. It is not FDA approved for treating stroke but was reviewed by the FDA and was given an FDA IND for this study. The investigators propose a prospective randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study to evaluate the efficacy of administering intravenous N-acetylcysteine to patients with acute ischemic stroke. Eligible subjects will receive a commercially available form of intravenous NAC (Acetadote®) through for the first 21 hours following their enrollment. Patients enrolled who receive t-PA for thrombolysis will have their intravenous NAC infusion delayed for 24 hours after the completion of their t-PA infusion. Patients undergoing thrombectomy will be excluded from enrollment. Subjects will be evaluated by emergency department and/or division of neurology physicians at the time of enrollment, during their hospitalization, as well as 30 days and 90 days after enrollment. At each visit, subjects will be assessed for functional status and quality of life. This study is designed to compare the efficacy of intravenous N-acetylcysteine compared to normal treatment in patients with acute ischemic stroke.
The management of cerebral infarctions (CI) is a real public health issue. The French National Authority for Health recommends Mechanical Thrombectomy (MT) either in combination with Intravenous Thrombolysis (IVT), or alone, after failure of IVT or in case of contraindication to IVT, within 6 hours of the onset of symptoms. The objective is to determine the factors predicting good functional recovery at 3 months in order to establish the typical profile of the "good responder" patient to MT and to evaluate functional recovery at 3 and 12 months (mRS ≤ 2) according to the modality of MT (depending on whether it is performed during the day or at night), the age of the patients, the equipment used for MT, the type of anaesthesia, as well as the impact of the metrics from the radiological evaluation in the patient's management. patient management.
Dexmedetomidine can attenuate the activity of sympathetic nervous system under stress response and improve ischemia-reperfusion injury. The investigators hypothesized that the prolonged sedation of dexmedetomidine after thrombectomy may improve the clinical outcome of acute ischemic stroke patients.
Mechanical thrombectomy is a very effective treatment in patients who have suffered an acute ischemic stroke associated with intracranial large vessel occlusion. However, less than half of the patients achieve functional independence despite treatment. The optimization of blood pressure after mechanical thrombectomy based on the degree of recanalization achieved at the end of the procedure could improve the perfusion of the ischemic brain tissue thanks to the improvement of blood circulation provided by collateral circulation. For this, authorized hypotensive or hypertensive drugs will be used. Moreover, this individualized treatment would allow to decrease reperfusion injury and therefore decrease the risk of intracerebral bleeding complications and cerebral edema. Therefore, we designed a clinical trial in which the standard management of blood pressure after mechanical thrombectomy will be compared with a specific protocol in which blood pressure targets are applied according to the degree of recanalization obtained during the thrombectomy procedure. The beneficial effect and risk reduction of this treatment will translate into a better short and long-term outcome
This Phase 1b multiple center, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study is a dose escalation trial evaluating the safety, tolerability, PK characteristics and efficacy of SY-007 after injection in acute ischemicstroke patients. The immunogenicity of SY-007 will be evaluated and this study will provide the recommended dosage for subsequent clinical trials.
The investigators conduct this study to investigate whether oral administration of Dimethyl Fumarate, a Food and Drug Administration-approved drug for multiple sclerosis, is safe and effective in combination with intraarterial treatment in patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke.
The investigators conduct this study to investigate whether oral administration of Dimethyl Fumarate, a Food and Drug Administration-approved drug for multiple sclerosis, is safe and effective in combination with alteplase in patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke.
The investigators conduct this study to investigate whether oral administration of Dimethyl Fumarate, a Food and Drug Administration-approved drug for multiple sclerosis, is safe and effective in in alleviating neurologic deficits in patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke.
Study Objective is to establish the feasibility and safety of the NOVIS Transcarotid Neuroprotection System when used for the transcarotid intervention of patients that have a failed transfemoral endovascular therapy in the case of anterior circulation strokes due to large vessel embolic occlusions.