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SIR Annual Scientific Meeting 2024: March 23–March 28 in Salt Lake City, UT
Stop by and see us at Booth #1500

Your Must-See Guide to ISC

We did some of the heavy lifting to help you maximize how you're spending your time at ISC. See our curated list of the events, presentations, and abstracts you don't want to miss.

We have so much to share this year, we needed a bigger booth!

Stop by to learn about the latest and greatest innovations built to help you and your care teams maximize the potential of AI by going beyond the algorithm.

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Just inside the Exhibit Hall entrance, the RapidAI team is excited to share our latest innovations, including: 

AI-based 3D visualization tools: we’re providing clinicians deeper clinical context for faster, more accurate decision making with automated 3D head and neck reconstruction within minutes – all in the palm of your hand.

Rapid NCCT Stroke: the only FDA-cleared product to identify suspected LVO on value-based CT imaging to dramatically improve access to AI-driven care.

Rapid Edge Cloud: learn how the only AI-based hybrid healthcare platform can deliver faster results with always-on access. We're talking about a platform upgrade that's more secure, flexible, and offers seamless integration with third-party applications.

Can't-Miss Sessions and Oral Abstracts

Our team is excited to attend the sessions listed below. It's easy to add them to your calendar: simply click on the Google Cal or Outlook icon (Note: Phoenix is on Mountain Time).

044. Elevating Nursing Roles to Improve Stroke Systems of Care

Wednesday, February 7, 7:30 am, North 121 A-C

Nurses and Stroke Coordinators are integral to the functioning of stroke centers and stroke systems of care globally. This session highlights the impact of nursing roles, describes barriers, and challenges, and makes recommendations for improved implementation of advanced stroke nursing care.

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073. Navigating the Gray Zone: Debates on Patient Selection and Imaging in Endovascular Therapy

Wednesday, February 7, 7:30 am, Main Event Hall

Advanced imaging modalities provide pathophysiological information that is unique to each patient with LVO stroke and thus allow the institution of individualized patient treatment strategies, which theoretically, is a very appealing concept. However, a major downside of these imaging .. read more

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The Practical Use of AI in Building A StrokeProgram

Wednesday, February 7, 12:45 - 1:15, Learning Studio 1, Science & Technology Hall

Dr. Greg Albers' and Dr. Vivek Yedavalli’s presentation: From non-contrast imaging through perfusion, learn how you can leverage AI to more effectively determine diagnosis (beyond LVOs!), reduce time to treatment, and improve patient outcomes.

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147. Lancet Commission on Stroke Pragmatic Solutions and Research Priorities for Reducing the Global Burden of Stroke (a World Stroke Organization / ASA Joint Symposium)

Wednesday, February 7, 9:15, Main Event Hall
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A4. Acute Treatment: Systemic Thrombolysis and Cerebroprotection Oral Abstracts I

Wednesday, February 7, 9:15, North 122 A-C
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A6. Imaging Oral Abstracts I

Wednesday, February 7, 9:15, North 131, A-C
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040. Stroke Systems of Care in Resource-limited Settings

Wednesday, February 7, 3:30, North 121 A-C

In this session, we discuss the unique challenges and needs to implement acute stroke care in under-resourced regions of the world, present outcomes data, and strategies to overcome obstacles.

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150. Past, Present, and Future of ICH Evacuation

Thursday, February 8, 7:30 am, North 120 A-C

A review of the most relevant trials evaluating the surgical evacuation of ICH. The focus will be on what did and did not work in the past, why ENRICH was positive, and how we can learn from these trials as we move forward to the next generation of trials.

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A15. Neuroendovascular Oral Abstracts I

Thursday, February 8, 7:30 am, North 122 A-C
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A22. Late-Breaking Science Oral Abstracts IV: LB23 - Subgroup Analyses From the TIMELESS Trial with Dr. Greg Albers

Thursday, February 8, 3:30 pm, North 121 A-C
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A16. Cerebrovascular Systems of Care Oral Abstracts II

Thursday, February 8, 9:15 am, North 131 A-C
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A25. Imaging Oral Abstracts II

Friday, February 9, 7:30 am, North 126 A-C
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A29. Neuroendovascular Oral Abstracts II

Friday, February 9, 9:15 am, North 122 A-C
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Posters of Note

Visit the Poster Hall (Halls 4 - 5) for a closer look at the posters highlighted below. Be sure to catch RapidAI co-founder Dr. Greg Albers and Dr. Pablo Lavados of Clinica Alemana for their poster presentation at 6 pm, February 8th.  

Improved Stroke Outcomes Following Implementation of RapidAI Platform at Ascension-Illinois

Dr. Timothy Malish, Kaiz Asif, Scott Geraghty, Mona Olges, Ascension Alexian Brothers;  Karen Copeland, Boulder Statistics, Boulder, CO; Greg Albers, Stanford Univ Medical Ctr, Stanford, CA; Feb 7, 7:00 pm. Poster Hall Location: WP126

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Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients After Implementation of the RapidAI Platform in a Comprehensive Stroke Center in Santiago, Chile

Dr. Pablo Lavados, Clinica Alemana will moderate a discussion with Dr. Greg Albers, Feb 8, 6:00 pm. Poster Hall Location: MP37

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Automated Vessel Density Maps on CT Angiography Identify M2 Occlusion

Dr. Vivek Yedavalli, Johns Hopkins; Dr. Adam Dmytriw, Massachusetts General Hospital; Drs.  Jeremy Heit & Greg Albers, Stanford, et al.

Performance of Rapid NCCT Stroke Software in Colombia's Early Stroke System: Preliminary Results

Dr. Manuel Granja, Fundación Santa Fé de Bogotá, Colombia, et al

Detecting Medium Vessel Occlusions and Collateral Assessment with Multimodality AI Approach

Drs. Mahdi Sowlat, Aroosa Zamarud & Alex Spiotta, MUSC; Drs. Greg Albers and Jeremy Heit, Stanford; Dr. Bruce Campbell, University of Melbourne. Feb 7, 6:25. Poster Hall Location WMP66.

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Collateral Status-Based Model for Hemorrhagic Transformation in Successfully Recanalized MeVOs

Drs. Vivek Yedavalli & Victor Urrutia, Johns Hopkins; Kambiz Nael, UCLA, Dr. Adam Dmytriw, Massachusetts General Hospital; Drs. Jeremy Heit & Greg Albers, Stanford, et al.

Pretreatment Parameters Predicting Excellent Recanalization of Large Vessel Occlusion in Patients With Acute Ischemic Stroke

Drs. Vivek Yedavalli & Victor Urrutia, Johns Hopkins; Dr. Kambiz Nael, UCLA; Dr. Adam Dmytriw, Massachusetts General Hospital; Drs. Jeremy Heit & Greg Albers, Stanford, et al.

Pretreatment CT Collateral Parameters Predict Good Outcomes in Successfully Recanalized MCA distal MeVOs

Drs. Vivek Yedavalli & Victor Urrutia, Johns Hopkins; Dr. Kambiz Nael, UCLA: Dr. Adam Dmytriw, Massachusetts General Hospital; Drs. Jeremy Heit & Greg Albers, Stanford, et al.

National Database Demonstrates Substantial Delays Between Non-contrast CT and CT Angiography in Suspected Stroke Patients in 2023

Drs. Christina Mijalski Sells, Stanford, Pina Sanelli, Northwell. Feb 7, 7:00 pm. Poster Hall Location WP68.
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Application of a Horizontal Communication Process in Combination With Artificial Intelligence (AI) to Improve Stroke Care in Patients With Large Vessel Occlusion (LVO)

Carol Droegemueller, APRN, AGCNS-BC | Stroke Program Coordinator; Regions Hospital (MN). Poster Hall Location WP92.

Thrombectomy versus Combined Thrombolysis and Thrombectomy for Primary Medium and Distal Intracranial Occlusions: A Propensity‐Score Matched Multicenter Analysis

Adam A Dmytriw, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Manisha Koneru, Cooper Medical Sch of Rowan Univ, Camden, NJ; Vivek Yedavalli, Johns Hopkins Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD; Hazma Sleem, Basel Musmar, Louisiana State Univ, Shreveport, LA; Robert Regenhardt, Bushnell, FL; Adrien Guenego, Erasme Hosp, Brussels, Belgium. Poster Hall Location WP202.