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Oruen, CNS medical publication and audio-visual platform, would like to recommend to your attention the latest round table discussion about learnings from the ESUS trials – Jesse Dawson, Martin Grond & Maurizio Paciaroni.

Faculty:

Jesse Dawson MD, Professor, Institute of Cardiovascular & Medical Sciences University of Glasgow, Scotland

Martin Grond MD, Professor, Department of Neurology Kreisklinikum Siegen, Teaching Hospital of the University of Marburg, Germany

Maurizio Paciaroni MD, Neurologist, Stroke Unit and Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Santa Maria della Misericordia Hospital, University of Perugia, Italy

This video discusses the role of NOACs for secondary prevention of stroke in the setting of embolic stroke of unknown source

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Following completion of this activity, learners will be able to:

  • Outline key features and results of the ESUS trials, with focus on NAVIGATE ESUS and RE-SPECT ESUS
  • Recognize differences in study outcomes
  • Summarise implications of ESUS as a concept for use in clinical practice