China Interventional Stroke Registry: Rationale and Study Design

@article{Liu2013ChinaIS,
  title={China Interventional Stroke Registry: Rationale and Study Design},
  author={Xinfeng Liu and Yunyun Xiong and Zhiming Zhou and Guozhong Niu and Wei Wang and G. Xiao and Min Lin and Thomas W. Leung and Dezhi Liu and Wen-hua Liu and Xiao-bing Fan and Qin Yin and Wusheng Zhu and Min-min Ma and Renliang Zhang and Gelin Xu},
  journal={Cerebrovascular Diseases},
  year={2013},
  volume={35},
  pages={349 - 354}
}
Background: Angioplasty and stenting have recently become attractive options for cerebral large artery stenosis in China. However, there are limited data on safety and long-term outcomes in Chinese patients having undergone cerebral interventional procedures. To address this need, we set up a common database - the China Interventional Stroke Registry (CISR) - to describe patient characteristics, interventional images, periprocedural complications and long-term clinical outcomes and to determine… Expand
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