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Michel, P. (CH), MD

Department of Neurology, CHUV, Lausanne, Switzerland

Biography

Patrik Michel is Neurologist at the Department of Neurology, CHUV, Lausanne, Switzerland.

Dr Michel’s main research interests are treatment of acute stroke, thrombolysis of acute ischaemic cerebral vascular accident, perfusion-CT guided acute stroke management, primary prevention of stroke with antihypertensive treatment, hyperechogenic rim" sign in internal carotid artery thrombus.

Dr Michel is principal investigator of 2 small studies on perfusion-CT guided thrombolysis, and a co-investigator in several trials such as DIAS, NovoSeven-ICH, ECASS-3, and SAINT-II.

Dr Michel has co-authored more than 10 scientific papers on cerebrovascular disease in journals such as Stroke and Revue de Neurologie.

Lectures
  • Advanced Imaging - what to Use & When to Use it

  • Basilar artery occlusion: BASICS and beyond

  • Controversy 2:

    Acute stroke with large intracranial and extracranial occlusions: bridging is more effective than IV-thrombolysis

     

    Final Voting

  • Controversy 2:

    Acute stroke with large intracranial and extracranial occlusions: bridging is more effective than IV-thrombolysis

     

    Introduction and first voting

  • Early stroke signs in CT

  • How does imaging contribute to an improved selection of patients?

  • Perfusion CT and CT angiography in AIS

  • Rare causes of stroke

  • The impact of brain imaging in the therapy of acute stroke I

  • The impact of brain imaging in the therapy of acute stroke II

  • The role of imaging in patient selection