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26th Annual National Collegiate EMS Conference

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Size Matters: Differentiating Large Vessel from Small Vessel Occlusion in Stroke

Stroke is a nonspecific term that has come to mean a sudden interruption of blood flow to a portion of the brain resulting in loss of neurological function. On average, someone in the United States suffers a stroke every 45 seconds making it the fifth leading cause of death in this country. In this session, we will examine the latest advances in the pre-hospital management of stroke, including the use of mobile stroke units and the management of large vessel occlusion.


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