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

Please log in to react and view comments


10:50:00 am Intracranial hypertension is not always idiopathic!! Management of DAVS and venous stenosis


8:00:00 am It is 2:20 am and the patient arrives in the angio suite 9.5 hours after the start of a stroke presenting with a complete occlusion of t...


7:20:00 pm A cortical AVM: is the temptation of the venous route a panacea?


6:10:00 pm A wake-up stroke in a young woman with a distal occlusion: how can we make the right decision that is of value for the patient?


New Technologies for Stroke Treatment