Roundtable Discussion: Acute Stroke Intervention - BCIS (ACI 2017)

Published: 28 February 2018

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SESSION 1: DATA & LITERATURE REVIEW

Adrian P Banning, Iqbal Malik, Helen Routledge, Andrew SP Sharp, Marcus Bradley

Overview

During the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society (BCIS) "Advanced Cardiovascular Intervention (ACI 2018)" meeting in London (24-26th January 2017), Radcliffe Cardiology filmed a roundtable discussion focusing on an area of growing interest amongst the interventional community – Acute Stroke Intervention.

This discussion was moderated by BCIS President Prof. Adrian Banning (Oxford, UK) who was joined by an expert group of physicians including Dr. Marcus Bradley (Bristol, UK), Dr. Iqbal Malik (London,UK), Dr. Helen Routledge (Worcester, UK) and Dr. Andrew Sharp (Exeter, UK).

Learning objective

  • To consider whether there is a role for ICs in acute stroke intervention
  • To review the literature on acute stroke intervention
  • To discuss best practice treatment strategy for ACIs
  • To discuss how ICs should approach acute stroke interventions
  • To debate the best path forward for these patients

Panellists

  • Adrian Banning - John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK
  • Marcus Bradley - North Bristol NHS Trust, Bristol, UK
  • Iqbal Malik - Imperial College London, London, UK
  • Helen Routledge - NHS Worcester Acute Hospitals, Worcester, UK
  • Andrew Sharp - Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Exeter, UK

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