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Which main vessels are amendable to mechanical thrombectomy?
In regards to the THRACE trial, which is not true?
Loser… Read a Journal.
Does anticoagulation (such as use of Xarelto, Coumadin, Eliquis) negate the possibility of mechanical thrombectomy?
You did it!
Are you serious…
What is the time window for symptom onset, for a patient to qualify for mechanical thrombectomy?
Do you read?
If a patient qualifies for mechanical thrombectomy, they should not receive Alteplase prior to intervention if the symptoms onset is less than 3 hours from arrival?
Why are you even taking this quiz…
Dude, seriously… You should reconsider your career choice….
If a patient arrives 4.5 hours after symptoms onset, the patient does not qualify for mechanical thrombectomy?
Come on… Dude… Go read the article!
Patient presents with right sided hemiplegia and expressive aphasia that started 2 hours prior to arrival, you immediately consider if CT negative that you will proceed with IV Alteplase, what is your next step?
That made you think!
Okay… My mom who cannot read English got this one correct…
Patient presents with right sided hemiplegia and expressive aphasia that started 5 hours prior to arrival, you immediately consider if CT negative will proceed with CTA/CTP, what is your next step if CTA demonstrated an M2 lesion that demonstrates a large area of ischemic penumbra?
This is important, please understand what it means.
Patient presents with an INR of 2.5 and symptom onset of 1 hour prior to arrival and a calculated NIH score of 8, what is the best plan of action?
I am not even going to say how disappointed I am with you right now…
Patient presents with an onset of symptoms 5 hour prior from arrival and a calculated NIH score of 1, what is the best plan of action?
You are not smart, in fact you are stupid!
Patient presents with an NIH of 2 and a known symptom onset of 2 hours prior to arrival, what is the best plan of action if CT is negative for ICH?
You are my Hero!!
Get out… Shut the computer off and go home!!