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Questions on conscious sedation, IV thrombolysis, and the treatment of non-ruptured brain AVMs

Cameron MC DOUGALL, member of the LINNC US 2017 Faculty, shares his experience on:

  • General anesthesia and conscious sedation for thrombectomy and when to choose one or the other
  • Wether or not to give IV thrombolysis for stroke,
  • Is the treatment of non-ruptured brain AVMs still justified?

 

 

Operators: MCDOUGALL Cameron

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