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Positioning of the patient with hyperacute large artery ischemic stroke (IS) is an important, yet understudied aspect of care that could impact the course of treatment and ultimately clinical outcome. Positioning with the head of bed (HOB) at 0-degree has been shown in small studies to increase cerebral blood flow across arterial occlusion in hyperacute large artery IS, leading to clinical improvement in stroke symptoms. However, this position is believed to increase the risk of aspiration pneumonia. In this randomised clinical trial, the investigators aim to evaluate whether use of 0-degree HOB positioning is associated with clinical stability in hyperacute IS. Investigators hypothesise that patients with large artery occlusions placed in a 0-degree HOB position will experience less early neurologic deterioration within the first 24 hours, than those in the 30-degree or more HOB elevation group. The study aims to confirm the safety of 0-degree-HOB positioning in a large, generalizable sample of hyperacute large artery IS patients. In this randomised trial, patients presenting to the study centers and eligible for intravenous thrombolysis, with (if presenting within 4.5 hours of symptom-onset) or without (presenting between 4.5 to 16 hours of symptom-onset) mechanical thrombectomy. Eligible patients would be randomised to either a zero-degree HOB or an HOB of 30-degree or more. Impact of HOB position on neurological status would be evaluated with serial NIHSS scores. Cerebral hemodynamics would be monitored by transcranial Doppler ultrasonography. Validated criteria would be used to diagnose pneumonia. Functional outcome would be measured by modified Rankin scale (mRS) where the score of 0-2 describe good functional recovery. SPSS version 20 would be used to analyse the data. The trial would provide clinical and hemodynamic data to determine the optimal HOB position in patients with large artery acute ischemic stroke.
A randomized, double blind, multicenter, multinational, placebo controlled, parallel group, single dose, adaptive phase II/III study (respectively Part 1 and 2). The study evaluates the efficacy and safety of a fixed dose of glenzocimab (1000 mg IV over 6 hrs including initial bolus of 15 minutes) on top of the best standard of care.
Acute ischemic stroke (AIS) is one of the main causes of disability and loss of quality adjusted life years. This study is to analyze whether endovascular therapy (EVT) in addition to best medical treatment (BMT) reduces the degree of disability and dependency in daily activities after a Medium Vessel Occlusion (MeVO) stroke compared to BMT alone.
The patients of acute ischemic stroke were divided into two groups, edaravone dexborneol treatment group and edaravone treatment group. The purpose of this study was to observe the changes of imaging and the improvement of NIHSS and mRS in different groups.
PRAAN is a post-market registry designed to collect real-world data associated with the use of Medtronic market release neurothrombectomy devices in acute ischemic stroke (AIS) patients from India.
This study will evaluate whether low-density lipoprotein (LDL-C) lowering with alirocumab results in greater change from baseline in intracranial atherosclerotic plaque at week 26 than control in adults with acute ischemic stroke from intracranial atherosclerosis taking lipid lowering therapy.
As this will be a pre-market registration trial, in which devices will be used in accordance with appropriately labeled indications, pre-study notifications and approval requests will be addressed with CFDA. All trial results will be shared with CFDA.
The primary objective of the study is to confirm the efficacy of compound Edaravone Injection via intravenous infusion every 12 hours in the patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke(AIS) in a double-blind, active-controlled manner. The study is also to examine the safety of compound Edaravone Injection for the AIS patients.
The purpose of this study is to determine the efficacy and safety of remote ischemic conditioning for acute ischemic stroke.
The purpose of this study is to determine the efficacy and safety of remote ischemic conditioning combined with intravenous thrombolysis in treating acute ischemic stroke.