Journal Article


P.J Kelly
Cathal Dominic Walsh
E Berge
K O'Rourke


Medicine & Nursing

interventions devices recovery brain acute ischaemic stroke mechanical damage blood flow

Percutaneous vascular interventions for acute ischaemic stroke. (2010)

Abstract Most disabling strokes are due to blockage of a large artery in the brain by a blood clot. Prompt removal of the clot with intra-arterial thrombolytic drugs or mechanical devices, or both, can restore blood flow before major brain damage has occurred, leading to improved recovery. However, these so-called percutaneous vascular interventions can cause bleeding in the brain.
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P.J Kelly, Cathal Dominic Walsh, E Berge, K O'Rourke

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Peter J Kelly
University College Dublin
Total Publications: 48
Cathal Walsh
University of Limerick
Total Publications: 109