Equigen Antiepileptic Bioequivalency Trial

Are the generics as good as the brand name?

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Uploading Images in MISTIE III

It's almost time to start screening and enrolling patients in MISTIE III! The Reading Center has put together some instructions for uploading images to the Vision EDC directly from your PACS system. Click "read more" to view the instructions and download the files for a quick reference. 

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Outcomes Training Webinars

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Our monthly webinars in December and January will focus on outcomes testing in MISTIE III. This is a critically important topic, as the MISTIE trial is designed to determine if the MISTIE procedure improves long term functional outcomes. Therefore, we need all of you to become outcome assessment experts!

Please invite anyone from your site who will be performing outcome assessments to attend both webinars: 

Tuesday, December at 8am or 2pm EST

Tuesday, January 7 at 8am or 2pm EST

If you are not already registered to attend the MISTIE webinars, you can sign up here: 

8am session https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/428431762 

2pm session https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/271675626

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11th Annual Neurocritical Care Conference

BIOS presented two posters at the 11th Annual Neurocritical Care Conference this past week in Philadelphia. Both projects featured data from CLEAR IVH, MISTIE II and ICES.  Of special note, Tiffany Chang’s poster titled “ICH Localization and Anatomic Subregion Involvement is Associated with Long-term Functional Outcomes” was recognized as one of 12 Distinguished Posters.

The abstracts for these projects are below. We have also provided links for downloading the posters. 

Thank you all for your hard work in making this ground-breaking research possible! 

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11th Annual Neurocritical Care Conference

BIOS presented two posters at the 11th Annual Neurocritical Care Conference this past week in Philadelphia. Both projects featured data from CLEAR IVH, MISTIE II and ICES.  Of special note, Tiffany Chang’s poster titled “ICH Localization and Anatomic Subregion Involvement is Associated with Long-term Functional Outcomes” was recognized as one of 12 Distinguished Posters.

The abstracts for these projects are below. We have also provided links for downloading the posters. 

Thank you all for your hard work in making this ground-breaking research possible! 

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Brain Injury Outcomes

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