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You can access this
clinical trial
if you have
Stroke Syndrome, Stroke Hemorrhagic, Stroke, Acute, Strokes Thrombotic, Emergencies or Diagnostic Self Evaluation
and you are
over 18
years old
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This is an observational trial.
You are contributing to medical knowledge about your condition.
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The purpose

The emergency setting for acute neurological conditions, such as stroke, is peculiar due to time pressure and limited resources for further diagnostics. Clinical skills are essential for swift and accurate bedside diagnosis and thus are the basis for early and correct treatment. This is especially evident in the context of computed tomography being the standard neuroimaging method world-wide with its limitations for detecting smaller infarcts, strokes in the posterior fossa and reduced sensitivity for stroke mimics, such as epileptic seizures or migraine aura. To date, the accuracy of clinical bedside diagnosis of stroke by neurologists verified by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the emergency setting has not been studied in detail. In order to improve clinical diagnosing and future treatment it is essential to quantify the accuracy of clinical diagnosis of stroke in the emergency setting ("how good are neurologists?") and to assesses whether there are any differences between experienced staff neurologists and junior physicians.

Provided treatments

  • Other: No study specific interventions
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Tris trial is registered with FDA with number: NCT03009656. The sponsor of the trial is University Hospital Inselspital, Berne and it is looking for 800 volunteers for the current phase.
Official trial title:
Assessing Accuracy of Clinical Diagnosis and Lesion Location in Acute Neurological Deficits - How Good Are Neurologists?