What will endovascular stroke treatment look like in 5 years?

"What's happening today in clinical research is indicative of what we'll be doing in five years' time," explains Ricardo Hanel (USA) to Rodrigo Rivera (Chile). According to him, advances in pharmaceuticals and improved equipment will make it easier to treat patients before they are hospitalized, and to care for a much larger patient population. Nevertheless, it is necessary to review the organization of healthcare and invest in a growing number of specialists with expertise in specific pathologies and treatment techniques. Listen to the interview to better understand his view on the matter.
This interview was filmed at Linnc Paris 2023 .


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