Our research paper of the month is a retrospective cohort study, aiming to investigate the association between field position, professional career length and playing era and increased risk of neurodegenerative disease among male former professional soccer players.
The aim of this study was to describe neurological and psychiatric complications of infection with SARS CoV 2 in children and adolescents and determine the prevalence of such manifestations in hospitalised patients under 18 years-old.
For October 2021, we have selected: Spelman T. el al Treatment Escalation vs Immediate Initiation of Highly Effective Treatment for Patients With Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis: Data From 2 Different National Strategies.
For September 2021, we have selected: ''Aschman A et al. Association Between SARS-CoV-2 Infection and Immune-Mediated Myopathy in Patients Who Have Died'' and ''Suh J et al. Skeletal Muscle and Peripheral Nerve Histopathology in COVID-19''
This year has so far been a busy one for everyone involved in education at EAN, with plenty of exciting new projects joining the traditional fixtures in our education calendar. As Chair of the EAN Education Committee, it is my pleasure to give you a brief update on some of our recent activities and to remind you about our brand new programmes with deadlines still open.
Our research paper of the month is a pooled retrospective non-randomised cohort study, evaluating the functional and safety outcomes of direct to angiography (DTA) treatment paradigm vs repeated imagingin the different treatment windows and on-call hours vs regular hours in patients undergoing thrombectomy.