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The Society Of Neurointerventional Surgery to host annual meeting in San Francisco

Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery

The Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery (SNIS) will host the SNIS 12th Annual Meeting, featuring the latest research on endovascular treatment of diseases of the brain, spine, head and neck. This year's Annual Meeting begins with a session on recent positive stroke trials and will feature sessions on technological advances in stroke care, neurocritical care of cerebrovascular disease (in conjunction with the Neurocritical Care Society), and the most interesting and promising research from neurointerventional centers of excellence worldwide.

Featured presentations (abstracts available by request) include:

  • Evaluation of Transfer Times for Emergent Stroke Patients from Regional Centers to a Comprehensive Center

  • Triage of Emergent Large Vessel Occlusion Strokes with the Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit

  • Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit and Golden Hour of Thrombolysis for Emergent Large Vessel Occlusion: Initial Experience

  • Developing an Interventional Stroke Service: Improving Clinical Outcomes and Reducing Cost and Delivering Great Cost Saving Benefits to Health Economy

  • A Re-Evaluation of the ISUIA Criteria and the PHASES Score for Predicting Intracranial Aneurysmal Rupture

  • Trends and Outcomes of Mechanical Thrombectomy in Patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke: A Review of National In-Patient Database

  • Implementation of New Technological Advances of Endovascular Treatment in Acute Ischemic Stroke Provides Overall Improvement in Procedural Times


July 27 - July 30, 2015


Hilton San Francisco Union Square
333 O'Farrell Street,
San Francisco, California, 94102



Members of the media interested in attending SNIS 12th Annual Meeting or requiring more information should email inquiries to Victoria Karolenko at



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