Empowering the future of interventional neuroradiology practice together

It’s the last day at the Louvre Paris for sharing our hands-on, inspired and challenging experiences in the field of interventional neuroradiology.

For this dedicated stroke session more than ten recorded cases were transmitted over the course of the day covering many themes such as low NIHSS, distal occlusion, very delayed thrombectomy management and the decision-making process. All this allowed for enriching discussions between the faculty and the online – and present – attendees from throughout the world.

There is a fresh wave of optimism in the stroke field with new and improved treatments to benefit patients. The first lectures reviewed promising drugs with proposed neuroprotective effects that are currently approved or in clinical trials for the treatment of LVO occlusions. The place of adjunctive thrombolytics to improve recanalization was actively discussed among the faculty.

Lecture by R. Nogueira
Lecture by M. Ribo

Also we shared perspectives of the future of angiosuites with DTAS allowing us to go faster, and innovating high-quality diagnostic imaging to better detect and CLOTILD which allows us to better understand.

The presentation of some robotic off label procedures demonstrated the potential and real benefits of robotics in terms of precision, flexibility and control in complex procedure compared to what we can do with conventional techniques.

With increased collaboration, discussions and analysis of treatment strategies, though the vision and experience of our guest experts, the future looks really promising.

In the afternoon, the very best clinical case submitted by attendees was rewarded by all faculty members! A fine way to complete an excellent three days of learning and discussion.

We are truly honored by all the positive feedback we received from online attendees.

Robotic procedure @ LINNC Paris

After the pandemic, it is a great relief to finally return to a normal life, to meet and exchange the latest techniques and issues in interventional neuroradiology and neurosurgery, with a focus on innovation. If we learned anything last year it is that no matter what happens we need to continue to work together, we need to continue to focus on the future and we need take those actions that turn our specialty into the one we dream of.

LINNC seminars and courses are committed to delivering the very best open discussions and shared experience in the techniques, clinical knowledge and cutting-edge technologies that will take our discipline of neuroradiology and neurosurgery into the future.

 

Vanessa Chalumeau

By Vanessa Chalumeau