Global Grand Rounds

Interactive Global Webcasts

Global Grand Rounds are interactive global webcasts delivered by industry-leading experts on a wide range of relevant topics. Previous topics have included his-bundle pacing, full-body MRI scanning, Reveal LINQ™ patient management, remote monitoring best practices, device clinic management, and complex EP case studies to name a few.

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Global Grand Rounds - 5-27-20 FINAL

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Why Stroke Pathways: Clinical Evidence and Practical Implementation

After initial stroke discharge, many cryptogenic stroke patients are not receiving any additional cardiac monitoring and are at an increased risk for having a recurrent stroke.¹⁻² Establishing a monitoring pathway to detect and treat AF can reduce a patient’s risk for another stroke.³⁻⁵ Learn about the latest clinical evidence and best practices for implementing a stroke pathway at your hospital to ensure these patients receive optimal care.


  • Outline clinical evidence and guidelines for long-term cardiac monitoring in cryptogenic stroke patients
  • Review the elements needed to implement and maintain a successful stroke care pathway
  • Discuss the potential challenges of implementing a successful and consistent cryptogenic stroke care pathway and how to overcome those challenges

TARGET AUDIENCE: Electrophysiologists, Cardiologists, Neurologists, and Nurse

This broadcast occurred on May 27, 2020.

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Last updated: 
23 Jun 2020

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