September’s issue of European Stroke Journal (ESJ) is now available. The ESJ is the official publication of the European Stroke Organisation (ESO), a fully peer-reviewed journal, launched in 2016 covering clinical stroke research from all fields.
Published research includes, but is not limited to, clinical trials, epidemiology, primary and secondary prevention, diagnosis, acute and post-acute management, guidelines, translation of experimental findings into clinical practice, rehabilitation, organisation of stroke care, and societal impact.
European Stroke Journal
September 2016; Vol. 1, No. 3, Articles
Rivaroxaban for secondary stroke prevention in patients with embolic strokes of undetermined source: Design of the NAVIGATE ESUS randomized trial
European recommendations on organisation of interventional care in acute stroke (EROICAS)
Helicopter transportation in the era of thrombectomy: The next frontier for acute stroke treatment and research
The epidemiology of stroke in the Middle East
Original research articles
Gender and hormonal influences in reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome
Admission troponin-I predicts subsequent cardiac complications and mortality in acute stroke patients
The SITS-UTMOST: A registry-based prospective study in Europe investigating the impact of regulatory approval of intravenous Actilyse in the extended time window (3–4.5 h) in acute ischaemic stroke
Abnormal orthostatic blood pressure control among subjects with lacunar infarction
Ethnic variation in acute cerebrovascular disease: Analysis from the Qatar stroke registry