Workflow and Outcome of Thrombectomy in Late Time Window: A Pooled Multicenter Analysis.

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serval:BIB_1842B16AAB18
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Article: article from journal or magazin.
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Title
Workflow and Outcome of Thrombectomy in Late Time Window: A Pooled Multicenter Analysis.
Journal
The Canadian journal of neurological sciences. Le journal canadien des sciences neurologiques
Author(s)
Ademola A., Bala F., Menon B.K., Thornton J., Casetta I., Nannoni S., Goyal M., Herlihy D., Fainardi E., Power S., Saia V., Hegarty A., Pracucci G., Demchuk A., Mangiafico S., Boyle K., Michel P., Hildebrand K.A., Sajobi T.T., Hill M.D., Toni D., Murphy S., Kim B.J., Almekhlafi M.A.
ISSN
0317-1671 (Print)
ISSN-L
0317-1671
Publication state
In Press
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Language
english
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Publication types: Journal Article
Publication Status: aheadofprint
Abstract
We investigated the impact of workflow times on the outcomes of patients treated with endovascular thrombectomy (EVT) in the late time window.
Individual patients' data who underwent EVT in the late time window (onset to imaging >6 hours) were pooled from seven registries and randomized clinical trials. Multiple time intervals were analyzed. Mixed-effects logistic regression was used to estimate the likelihood of functional independence at 90 days (modified Rankin Scale 0-2). Mixed-effects negative binomial regression was used to evaluate the relationship between patient characteristics and workflow time intervals.
608 patients were included. The median age was 70 years (IQR: 58-71), 307 (50.5%) were female, and 310 (53.2%) had wake-up strokes. Successful reperfusion was achieved in 493 (81.2%) patients, and 262 (44.9%) achieved 90-day mRS 0-2. The estimated odds of functional independence decreased by 13% for every 30 minute delay from emergency department (ED) arrival to imaging time and by 7% from ED arrival to the end of EVT in the entire cohort. Also, the estimated odds of functional independence decreased by 33% for every 30 minute delay in the interval from arterial puncture to end of EVT, 16% in the interval from arrival in ED to end of EVT and 6% in the interval from stroke onset to end of EVT among patients who had a wake-up stroke.
Faster workflow from ED arrival to end of EVT is associated with improved functional independence among stroke patients treated in the late window.
Keywords
Endovascular thrombectomy, reperfusion, stroke, wake-up stroke
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