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Cutting Edges in Stroke and Neurology Update: Case by Case

NYU Langone Health Alumni Hall | new york, USA
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Title: Cutting Edges in Stroke and Neurology Update: Case by Case
Specialty: Neurology
Dates: From Dec, 13, 2018 to Dec, 14, 2018
Location: new york, USA
Type: Course
Registration Cost: From 129 to 459 USD
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Event Overview
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This course will provide a comprehensive update on ischemic stroke prevention and the evaluation and management of acute ischemic stroke and intracerebral hemorrhage, along with other cerebrovascular conditions. Both established and emerging management strategies will be addressed by expert lecturers and discussants for this course. Discussion time will allow attendees to have their questions answered by the discussants. In addition, several debate sessions will highlight current controversies in the field.


Neurology

This comprehensive, one-day course will provide a focused, complete, and advanced update for clinical neurology across subspecialties. Using a clinical case or video-based format, both established and emerging therapies and diagnostic approaches will be addressed by the expert lecturers, panelists, and discussants in this course. It will also augment learning by providing visual teaching materials. Evaluation of common, as well as rare disorders in neurology will be covered by the diverse and knowledgeable course faculty from the rapidly growing NYU School of Medicine Department of Neurology.


This course will provide a comprehensive update on ischemic stroke prevention and the evaluation and management of acute ischemic stroke and intracerebral hemorrhage, along with other cerebrovascular conditions. Both established and emerging management strategies will be addressed by expert lecturers and discussants for this course. Discussion time will allow attendees to have their questions answered by the discussants. In addition, several debate sessions will highlight current controversies in the field.


Neurology

This comprehensive, one-day course will provide a focused, complete, and advanced update for clinical neurology across subspecialties. Using a clinical case or video-based format, both established and emerging therapies and diagnostic approaches will be addressed by the expert lecturers, panelists, and discussants in this course. It will also augment learning by providing visual teaching materials. Evaluation of common, as well as rare disorders in neurology will be covered by the diverse and knowledgeable course faculty from the rapidly growing NYU School of Medicine Department of Neurology.


 


Educational Objectives


Stroke

After participating in this activity, clinicians should be able to:

Identify patients who would benefit from endovascular therapy based on recent data

Appropriately select patients for thrombolytic administration

Appropriately select patients for closure of a patent foramen ovale or left atrial appendage

Administer appropriate agents for reversal of anticoagulation and restart anticoagulation appropriately after intracerebral hemorrhage when warranted

Evaluate new surgical techniques for intracerebral hemorrhage

Appropriately evaluate and manage stroke in the young patient, pregnant patient, or elderly patient

Evaluate and manage reversible cerebral vasconstriction syndrome (RCVS) and posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES)

Describe the prognosis and consider new treatments for post-stroke aphasia

Describe novel therapies available to improve stroke recovery

Neurology

After participating in this activity, clinicians should be able to:

Obtain an appropriate history and perform a physical exam to diagnose different and complex neurologic diseases

Consult with their colleagues in other sub-specialties in order to determine the appropriate course of treatment for the patient

Develop strategies to incorporate technology in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with epilepsy

Identify neurologic problems and determine which patients to treat or refer to other health care professionals for additional treatments

 


Target Audience


Stroke

Physicians, advanced practice providers, and nurses in neurology, emergency medicine, internal medicine, and neurosurgery, who are involved in the diagnosis and management of patients with acute ischemic stroke and intracerebral hemorrhage


Neurology

Neurologists and other specialists, including those in internal medicine, pediatrics, rehabilitation medicine, neurosurgery, psychiatry, as well as other health care professionals involved in the diagnosis and management of neurological disease

Speakers/Faculty:

Barry M. Czeisler, MD

Assistant Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery

NYU School of Medicine


Jose L. Torres, MD

Assistant Professor of Neurology

NYU School of Medicine



Nursing Content Planners

Mattia Gilmartin, RN, PhD

Walter Pagan, RN, BSN, CEN, CCRN

Nirmala Rossan-Raghunath, MSN, RN



NYU Langone Health Speakers

Anthony Aizer, MD

Bernadette Boden-Albala, PhD

Jeffrey Farkas, MD

Albert S. Favate, MD

Jennifer A. Frontera, MD

Koto Ishida, MD

Sun Kim, MD

Douglas S. Kondziolka, MD

Ariane K. Lewis, MD

Aaron S. Lord, MD

Preeti Raghavan, MD

Eytan Raz, MD, PhD

Sara K. Rostanski

Heidi Schambra-Griesemer, MD

Maksim Shapiro, MD

James N. Slater, MD

Omar Tanweer, MD

David Turkel-Parrella, MD

Cen Zhang, MD

Ting Zhou, MD

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2018-10-11
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NYU Langone Health

Alumni Hall, 550 1st Avenue

New York City, New York, United States of America

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Contact No.: 212.263.5295

Email: cme@nyumc.org

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Email: cme@nyumc.org

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