CME Program Detail
Title: Stroke PA Conference: B/L Cerebellar Strokes, CTA and Moderate Mid-Basilar Artery Stenosis
Date: Wed, Jan 7th, 2015
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Members of the Department of Medicine and Neurology, NYHQ
Paul Magda, D.O.
> Recognize tPA contraindications
> Recognize basilar artery and other AIS symptoms
> Explain why statins and ASA are indicated in AIS
> Explain why Heparins are not indicated within 48 hours of AIS
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