IPSO Members’ Research

Photo Credit: Helen Carlson, Ph.D, Alberta Children’s Hospital

IPSO Members’ Research

Introduction

The International Pediatric Stroke Organization aims to support and promote collaborative research on pediatric cerebrovascular disease. IPSO will serve to facilitate connections amongst investigators with similar research interests.  Please fill out the submission form if you would like your collaborative research study listed on the IPSO website.

Safety and Efficacy of Systemic Anticoagulation Therapy for Treatment of Cerebral Sinus Venous

| Enrolling |Observational |Single Site |Marcela Torres| Keyword(s): Sinus venous thrombosis, anticoagulation, thrombolytic therapy Contact information: Fernando Acosta,   Jo Tilley, . Marcela Torres,...

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Risk Factors Associated With Stroke in Pediatric Patients Undergoing Fontan

| Enrolling |Observational |Single Site | Jay Duncan | Keyword(s): Arterial ischemic stroke, single ventricle, Fontan, congenital heart disease Contact information: Fernando Acosta,   Jo Tilley, . Marcela...

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Rehabilitation Early for Congenital Hemiplegia

|Enrolling |Clinical Trial | Multi-Site |Professor Roslyn Boyd | The REACH multisite assessor masked randomized Comparison trial directly compares an equal dose of infant modified Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (Baby CIMT) with infant modified Bimanual upper limb...

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AVCnn (Accident vasculaire cérébral du nouveau-né; Stroke of the newborn) & ancillary AVCnnsignal (brain structural and functional imaging) and AVCnn7ans (global assessment at 7 years). NCT02511249; EudraCT 2010-A00329-30; EndraCT 2010-A00976-33

| Enrolling | Observational |Single Site | Stéphane Chabrier & Sylvie Nguyen The Tich| The AVCnn Study provides us the opportunity to monitor a cohort of children having suffered an NAIS, and their family. Briefly, 100 term newborns (64 males) with an arterial...

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