MR CLEAN-R Registry

Maxim Mulder

As fourth year medical student (2012), he started his research master with prof. dr. Dippel  (Erasmus University MC), and helped with gathering MR CLEAN pre-trial and trial data. After obtaining his MD degree, he started his PhD (2015) and helped coordinating the MR CLEAN Registry. His research is focused on improving personalized endovascular treatment for acute ischemic stroke in clinical practice.

From September 2017 he is working at the clinical department of Neurology (Erasmus University MC, Rotterdam).


‘Endovascular Treatment for Acute Ischemic Stroke - Towards Personalized Treatment in Clinical Practice’.

Practical information

Dinsdag 28 november 2017 15.30 uur

Prof.dr. Andries Queridozaal, Onderwijscentrum, Erasmus MC

Wytemaweg 80 Rotterdam

Thesis contents

1 Introduction

2 Uncertainties in endovascular treatment

2.1 Endovascular treatment in patients who are not eligible for intravenous alteplase

2.2 Prior antiplatelet treatment and functional outcome after endovascular treatment

2.3 Baseline blood pressure effect on the benefit and safety of endovascular treatment

3 Patient selection for endovascular treatment 

3.1 Towards personalized endovascular treatment of acute ischemic stroke patients

3.2 Selection of patients for endovascular treatment 

4 Endovascular treatment in clinical practice 

4.1 Occurrence of intracranial large vessel occlusion in consecutive, non-referred patients with acute ischemic stroke 

4.2 Endovascular treatment for acute ischemic strokein routine clinical practice (not available online)

4.3 Time to endovascular treatment and outcome in acute ischemic stroke (not available online) 

5 Discussion 

6 Summary & Samenvatting 

7 Dankwoord 


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