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Date:
11/10/2016

American Stroke Association honours Nottingham stroke expert

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World-leading expert in stroke medicine, Professor Philip Bath has been honoured by the American Stroke Association (ASA) for his research into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of stroke and hypertension.
Date:
22/02/2016

Paramedics to be recruited in new 'fast response' stroke trial

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Paramedics from seven ambulance services across the UK are to be recruited to help trial a new 'rapid response' treatment for stroke patients.
Date:
26/05/2015

Clinical trial could change standard treatment for stroke

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A large international clinical trial has shed new light on the effectiveness of current hospital protocols for managing blood pressure in stroke patients.
Date:
23/10/2014

Stay cool, stroke patients to be offered therapeutic hypothermia trial

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Stroke researchers from the School of Medicine are hoping to recruit 20 volunteer patients as part of a European wide study to assess the efficacy of 'therapeutic cooling' in the critical first 24 hours after a stroke. It is thought the treatment could reduce disabilities caused by acute ischaemic stroke – possibly by up to a third.
Date:
10/03/2014

Dr Nikola Sprigg featured in NIHR's 'Focus on Stroke'

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Dr Nikola Sprigg talks about her research in stroke and what it might mean for patients.
Date:
27/02/2014

Ground-breaking stroke trial opens for the first time in the UK at Nottingham's Hyper-acute Stroke Research Unit

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The largest worldwide clinical trial of a new revolutionary stroke treatment called Therapeutic Hypothermia, has opened in the UK. The EuroHYP-1 trial tests Therapeutic Hypothermia; a cooling treatment that helps reduce the risk of injury to brain tissue following a period of insufficient blood flow, which occurs during a stroke. The treatment has been proven to be remarkably effective in saving patients and reducing brain damage.
Date:
26/02/2014

Compounds in cannabis could limit stroke damage

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Chemical compounds found in cannabis may help to reduce brain damage following a stroke, new research at the School of Medicine has revealed.
Date:
03/12/2013
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