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Devices snaked into the brain artery of a patient experiencing a stroke should primarily be used within a clinical trial setting. Vascular neurologists at Mayo Clinic in Florida say the devices, known collectively as endovascular stroke therapy, should predominantly be limited to use within clinical trials.
A growing number of physicians who treat stroke are currently using these tools, so Kevin Barrett, M.D., co-medical director of Mayo Clinic’s Primary Stroke Center in Florida, acknowledges the recommendation to limit use will be controversial. The research is presented in Mayo Clinic Proceedings.
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