Day 2: Short oral communications I and II

 Day 2: Short oral communications I and II

10:30-12:00 Short oral communications I 
Chairs: Mikko Airavaara and Anders Sode West (8 min + 1-2 min discussion) 

Cocaine-induced spinal cord transient ischemic attack: Case report 
Triin Helin Unt (Tartu)  

Hemorrhagic stroke among octogenarians with atrial fibrillation: 30-day case fatality, prior oral anticoagulation, and time trends over ten years 
Paula Tiili (Helsinki) 

Traffic accidents among motor vehicle drivers with stroke – a national Swedish cohort study 
Hanna C Persson (Gothenburg)  

Healthcare professionals addressing post-stroke sexual rehabilitation – A Systematic Review 
Katrine Vollbrecht Amdi (Copenhagen)  

Stenting of intracranial stenosis with the fibrin-heparin coated Credo Heal stent – Multicenter experience 
Hannes Nordmeyer (Solingen) 

20-year mortality after early-onset ischemic stroke: the Helsinki young stroke registry 
Nicolas Martinez-Majander (Helsinki)  

Anti-beta-2-glycoprotein I and anti-cardiolipin antibodies are associated with early-onset cryptogenic ischemic stroke 
Nina Jaakonmäki (Helsinki) 

Early and late mortality and causes of death after cerebral venous thrombosis 
Elisa Häppölä (Helsinki) 

15:00-16:30 Short oral communications II 
Chairs: Aleksandra Ekkert and Atte Meretoja (8 min + 1-2 min discussion) 

Stroke, myocardial infarction and mortality in type 2 diabetes: A nationwide comparative effectiveness study of GLP-1RA, SGLT2i and DPP-4i treatment 
Sidsel Hastrup (Aarhus) 

Stress is associated with both non-dipping blood pressure and cryptogenic ischemic stroke in young adults 
Lauri Tulkki (Helsinki) 

Mental health and returning to work after stroke among young stroke patients in Tartu, Estonia 
Minni Saapar (Tartu) 

May prenotification of FAST symptoms increase activation of stroke alert and shorten prehospital time – retrospective cohort study 
Ida Bakke (Tromsø) 

Recanalization therapies for acute ischemic stroke in 2 largest hospitals in Estonia: why the differences? 
Teele Tuularu (Tartu, Tallinn) 

Sex differences in the outcomes after mechanical thrombectomy and thrombolysis – Meta-analysis by the Stroke in Women Guideline Module 
Christine Kremer (Malmö) 

Xanthine oxidase inhibition and white matter hyperintensity progression following ischaemic stroke and transient ischaemic attack in people with elevated serum uric acid levels 
Rida Hamandi (Malmö) 

Optimizing the density and locations of thrombectomy centers and HEMS helicopters in regard to the cost-effectiveness of endovascular treatment modalitites 
Nicklas Ennab Vogel (Linköping)