April 3-4

PESTANA PALACE HOTEL, LISBON

LISBON STROKE SUMMIT

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Dear Friends and Colleagues, 

It is our pleasure and privilege to invite you to the Lisbon Stroke Summit which will be held in Pestana Palace Hotel, Lisbon, on 3-4 April 2020.

Lisbon Stroke Summit aims to create a great scientific and networking success by providing a platform for international experts to discuss and compare experiences in cohesive and comprehensive sessions. Lisbon Stroke Summit enables participants to have the chance to benefit from scientific exchange during the formal activities. It is also an opportunity for participants to debate and discuss unresolved issues, highlight difficult clinical cases and discuss up-to-date scientific information essential to improve Stroke care. 

We would like you to join us at Lisbon Stroke Summit 2020. Don’t miss this international debate on the state of the art in acute stroke! Help us build knowledge in acute stroke! 

Sincerely, 

Sofia Galego Isabel Fragata Patrícia Ferreira 

LSS 2020, Co-Chairpersons 

Stroke care is multimodal, so the aim of this summit is to have a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of acute ischemic stroke, so that together we can improve the care we offer. Consequently, Lisbon Stroke Summit Organizing Committee and Scientific Committee are multidisciplinary and comprise neurologists, internists and interventional neuroradiologists. 

Organizing Committee 

- Sofia Galego 

- Isabel Fragata 

- Patrícia Ferreira 

- Alberto Fior

-Bruno Maia

- Cristina Sousa 

- Jaime Pamplona 

- Mariana Baptista 

- Marisa Mariano

- Rui Carvalho 

Scientific Committee 

- Ana Paiva Nunes 

- Elsa Azevedo 

- João Alcântara 

- João Reis 

- Luísa Fonseca 

- Raul Nogueira 

Honorary Committee 

- Prof. Castro Lopes 

- Prof. Louis Caplan

- Prof. Jeffrey Saver 

Schedule

Countless lectures
and activities



Hosts: Ana Paiva Nunes & Sofia Calado

Time (30’)

ANTICOAGULATION POST STROKE – LATER IS BETTER: Diana Sousa

ANTICOAGULATION POST STROKE – EARLY IS BETTER: Urs Fischer

Place (30’)

DIRECT TO ANGIO: Raul Nogueira

PERFUSION, DIFFUSION AND ALL: Vítor Mendes Pereira

Expert multidisciplinary roundtable to discuss challenging cases in stroke

CASE 1 // ... (30’)

CASE 2 // ... (30’)

NRL: Alexandre Amaral

INTERNIST: Teresa Mesquita

NRI: José Manuel Amorim

The Posterior Circulation - What we have learned

SPEAKER: Louis Caplan

HOSTS: Celeste Dias & Isabel Fragata

Dealing with vasospasm

SYSTEMIC TREATMENT IS ENOUGH: Gabriel Rinkel

INTRA-ARTERIAL TREATMENT IS BEST: Nima Etminan

How to monitor?

ALL YOU NEED IS IMAGING: TBC

GO BIG OR GO HOME - GO MULTIMODAL: Raimund Helbok

Expert multidisciplinary roundtable to discuss challenging cases in stroke

CASE 3 // ... (30’)

CASE 4 // ... (30’)

NRL: Catarina Fonseca

INTERNIST: Luísa Rebocho

NRI: Ângelo Carneiro

HOSTS: Bruno Maia & Sofia Galego

Canarias versus Portuguese Islands

CANARIAS: TBC // PORTUGUESE ISLANDS: Paulo Ávila

China versus Brasil

CHINA: TBC // BRASIL: Franscisco Montalverne

HOST: Mariana Baptista

OCT, intravascular imaging and stroke

David Fiorella

Use of artificial intelligence for advanced imaging diagnosis in the stroke patients

TBC

Expert multidisciplinary roundtable to discuss challenging cases in stroke

CASE 5 // ... (30’)

CASE 6 // ... (30’)

NRL: Miguel Rodrigues

INTERNIST: Luísa Fonseca

NRI: Rui Carvalho

HOST: João Reis

SPEAKER: Yvo Roos

(Topic to be determined)

SPEAKER: Jeffrey Saver

Expert multidisciplinary roundtable to discuss challenging cases in stroke

CASE 7 // ... (30’)

CASE 8 // ... (30’)

NRL: Gustavo Santo

INTERNIST: Nuno Ferreira

NRI: Ricardo Veiga

HOSTS: Carla Ferreira & Jaime Pamplona

Do We Need a RCT for Endovascular Treatment of Basilar Artery Occlusion?

YES, BASICSALLY WE HAVE NO DATA: Wouter Shonewille

NO! WE ALREADY HAVE THE BEST DATA WE NEED. WHAT’S NEXT – A PARACHUTE TRIAL?: Raul Nogueira

Intracranial stenosis - What to do?

STENT: David Fiorella

NO STENT: Don Frei

Speakers

Get to know our professionals



Alexandre Amaral e Silva

HVFX, Lisbon, Portugal

Ana Paiva Nunes

CHULC, Lisbon, Portugal

Ângelo Carneiro

CHUP, Porto, Portugal

Bruno Maia

CHULC, Lisbon, Portugal

Carla Ferreira

H. Braga, Braga, Portugal

Catarina Fonseca

CHULN, Lisbon, Portugal

Celeste Dias

Portugal

David Fiorella

Stony Brook University Hospital, New York, USA

Diana Aguiar de Sousa

CHULN, Lisbon, Portugal

Donald Frei

RIA, Denver, USA

Francisco Mont'Alverne

Brazil

Gabriel Rinkel

Netherlands

Gustavo Santo

CHUC, Coimbra, Portuga

Isabel Fragata

CHULC, Lisbon, Portugal

Jaime Pamplona

Portugal

Jeffrey Saver

UCLA, Los Angeles, USA

João Reis

CHULC, Lisbon, Portugal

José Manuel Amorim

H. Braga, Portugal

Lia Neto

CHULN, Lisbon, Portugal

Louis Caplan

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, USA

Luísa Fonseca

CHUSJ, Porto, Portugal

Luísa Rebocho

HESE, Évora, Portugal

Mariana Baptista

Portugal

Miguel Rodrigues

Portugal

Nima Etminan

Germany

Nuno Ferreira

Portugal

Paul Bentley

Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London, UK

Paulo Ávila

Azores, Portugal

Raimund Helbok

Austria

Raul Nogueira

Emory University, Atlanta, USA

Ricardo Veiga

CHUC, Coimbra, Portugal

Rui Carvalho

CHULC, Lisbon, Portugal

Sofia Galego

Portugal

Teresa Mesquita

Portugal

Urs Fischer

Switzerland

Vitor M. Pereira

University of Toronto, Canada

Wouter Shonewille

Holanda

Yvo Roos

AMC University, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Abstract Submission



Deadline -
March 3, 2019, 23:59 Western European Time (WET/GMT + 0)

(you'll need to create a user account)

Abstracts sent by email will not be accepted.

General Information

STEP 1: Title

Maximum 150 characters typed in lower-case letters, except for abbreviations. Make the title dynamic and conclusive, rather than descriptive. Do not include authors, institutions, city names, trademarks and abbreviations in the title.


STEP 2: Abstract Authors and Institutions

Your abstract must list at least 1 author in order to be submitted. If an author's name appears on more than one abstract, it must be identical on each abstract.

The submitting author is designated as the presenting author. You may rearrange the order of the authors; however, the senior author must always be listed last. The presenter must be an author of the abstract. You may enter up to 10 authors in the authors list including the Presenter.

The names of authors will be published as listed on the submission form. Please make sure you have entered the full list of authors and that the information given for each author is correct.

The authors' order and details (names, cities, country) will be published as entered by the submitter.

All correspondence will be sent only to the submitting author.

The submitter certifies that he/she has permission from all persons entered as co-authors in this abstract and that they are aware that their names will appear in all publications. The submitter signs and accepts responsibility for the present rules for submission and presentation on behalf of all co-authors.


STEP 3: Abstract Content

All abstracts must be submitted (and will be presented) in English using British English spelling with accurate grammar and spelling suitable for publication.

Abstracts must contain original material neither published nor presented elsewhere prior to the Lisbon Stroke Summit 2019 (in print or electronically).

Abstracts may have the following identifiable sections, but they are not mandatory:

  • Background
  • Objectives
  • Methods
  • Results
  • Conclusion(s)

The maximum abstract size is 25 lines (1 800 characters). The character limit does not include the title and the authors. Only the abstract text, table and spaces are taken into account. Do not begin sentences with numerals.

Abbreviations may be used after they are spelled out or defined. Is strictly prohibited the use of commercial drug names, brands and registered trademarks as well as company names, web sites and email addresses. Use generic names for all therapeutic agents.


Abstract Result

Abstract grading is blinded for review by 2 to 6 members of the Scientific Committee. Abstracts are selected on the basis of scientific merit. Each member of Scientific Committee is selected to review abstracts that best fits their expertise.

Abstracts submitted for consideration must be an original idea, concept, or an improvement or revision of a previous idea. Submissions are peer-reviewed for scientific content, logical presentation, and current interest of the topic to the scientific community.

The final selection will be made by the Lisbon Stroke Summit Scientific Committee in March 2019 and all abstract submitters will be notified by e-mail about the outcome (accepted or not accepted) of the review and selection process.

Guidelines for presentations will be provided to authors of accepted abstracts.

Lisbon Stroke Summit (LSS) will publish all accepted abstracts online (open access) in the International Journal of Clinical Neurosciences and Mental Health. As a condition of submission, Lisbon Stroke Summit requires you to agree to such publication and to surrender any copyright over the abstract as submitted to LSS.

Five cases will be chosen by the Scientific Committee to be a part of the "Elementary, my dear Watson" - Top 5 poster session to be held on April 6th .

The authors of the best posters will be invited to pick up the microphone and present their work in person during a dedicated session with the public and a multidisciplinary jury of internists, neurologists and interventionalists. The best abstracts will be announced after the presentations and will be awarded with:

  • Best Difficult Clinical Case - "HOUSTON WE HAVE A PROBLEM": 1 European Stroke Organization Conference 2020 registration and travel arrangements.
  • Best Poster "Top 5 - ELEMENTARY, MY DEAR WATSON": 1 Free Pass for the Stroke Scientific events in Portugal: AVC Portuguese Congress (SPAVC), NEDVC – SPMI Congress and Lisbon Stroke Summit

General Advice - Tips
  1. Keep language correct, simple and clear
  2. Avoid references cited in the abstract
  3. Stay away from complex graphics. Simple line or bar graphs work best. Make sure the font is adequate on each axis to be seen (insert the graphic as a Jpeg attachment and mention it in the abstract - ex.: Graphic 1)
  4. Ensure you follow all the practical guidance on the full call for abstracts
  5. Submit before the deadline, do not leave abstract writing until the 11th hour - this increases stress and leads to errors.

You can change/correct your abstract until the deadline submission. Log in to your account and access "my submissions".

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