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The Role of IR in Stroke Interventions (Part 1)

with Dr. Martin Radvany and Dr. David Sacks

Dr. Martin Radvany and Dr. David Sacks discuss the role of Interventional Radiologists in the treatment of acute ischemic stroke, including training requirements, the multidisciplinary team approach, and ways to improve patient access to high quality care.

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Ep 74 The Role of IR in Stroke Interventions (Part 1) with Dr. Martin Radvany and Dr. David Sacks
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BackTable, LLC (Producer). (2020, August 4). Ep. 74 – The Role of IR in Stroke Interventions (Part 1) [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from https://www.backtable.com

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Dr. Martin Radvany discusses The Role of IR in Stroke Interventions (Part 1) on the BackTable 74 Podcast

Dr. Martin Radvany

Dr. Martin Radvany is a professor of radiology and neurosurgery at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

Dr. David Sacks discusses The Role of IR in Stroke Interventions (Part 1) on the BackTable 74 Podcast

Dr. David Sacks

Dr. David Sacks is a practicing interventional radiologist in Reading, Pennsylvania.

Dr. Venu Vadlamudi discusses The Role of IR in Stroke Interventions (Part 1) on the BackTable 74 Podcast

Dr. Venu Vadlamudi

Dr. Vadlamudi is a vascular/interventional radiologist and neurointerventional surgeon in northern Virginia. He is currently Chair of the SIR NeuroInterventional Radiology Clinical Specialty Council.

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