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Dr. Satoshi Tateshima on the BackTable VI Podcast

Dr. Satoshi Tateshima

Interventional Neuroradiologist

Dr. Satoshi Tateshima as a practicing Interventional Neuroradiologist with UCLA Health in Los Angeles, California.

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Ep 144 Direct Aspiration vs. Co-Aspiration for Ischemic Stroke with Dr. Blaise Baxter and Dr. Satoshi Tateshima
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About Dr. Satoshi Tateshima

Dr. Tateshima is fully trained in interventional neuroradiology, CNS endovascular surgery, and endovascular neurosurgery. He specializes in acute stroke interventions, complex vascular malformation, carotid artery disease, and brain aneurysm embolization using state-of-the-art, minimally invasive image-guided techniques. His research interests have focused on the biorheology of brain aneurysms, in vitro treatment simulation, and developing novel low invasive treatments. He has 140 peer-reviewed publications, 50 invited articles, 300 scientific abstracts, and holds several research grants. He has filed various patents on novel endovascular device coating, delivery systems, and a stroke treatment catheter design. He is currently involved in clinical trials of new treatments for stroke in the US. He received multiple awards for his research from national and international scientific societies. Dr. Tateshima is also a professor of radiology and neurosurgery at UCLA Medical Center and School of Medicine.

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Episode #144

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Dr. Sabeen Dhand talks with Dr. Blaise Baxter and Dr. Satoshi Tateshima about direct aspiration vs. co-aspiration technique when treating ischemic stroke. In this first episode of a multi-part series covering treatment of ischemic stroke they discuss radial vs. femoral approach, anatomic considerations, and tips and tricks with both techniques.

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Direct Aspiration vs. Co-Aspiration for Ischemic Stroke with Dr. Blaise Baxter and Dr. Satoshi Tateshima on the BackTable VI Podcast)
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