Most Recent Articles by Namir Khandker, MD
Finding the balance of empathy and professionalism is a skill that not enough of us recognize as essential, and even fewer seek to teach.
Attempting to engage on an intellectual level about the heady concept of brain death while in the throes of bereavement can often lead to mistrust and confusion.
Although several studies have established the use of endovascular therapy with stent retrievers for selected acute stroke as standard of care, best practices surrounding the best sedation strategy remain unclear.
Results from a secondary analysis of the ENCHANTED trial add to a pile of weak data that likely will not affect clinical practice.
Despite disappointing results, tenecteplase's story in stroke treatment might not be over.
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- CBD Superior to Placebo, Similar to AEDs for Managing Epilepsy Syndromes
- Alemtuzumab Linked to Clinical and MRI Disease Remission in Multiple Sclerosis
- Very Early Mobilization After Stroke Does Not Improve Survival Over Usual Care
- Levodopa Inhalation Powder Approved for Parkinson Disease
- Hematology Indicates Need for Thrombophilia Test in Children With Migraines
- Increased Stroke Risk Following Surgical vs Transfemoral Aortic Valve Replacement
- Ocrelizumab Reduces Upper Extremity Disability Progression Risk in PPMS
- Cerebellar Stimulation May Help Improve Gait and Balance Recovery in Stroke
- Increased Dementia Risk in Older Adults With Down Syndrome
- Psychotherapy May Reduce Frequency of Nonepileptic Seizures
- Should CHA2DS2-VASc Be Reassessed More Frequently to Improve Stroke Prevention in Afib?