International Paediatric Stroke Study (IPSS)

Condition: Stroke

Eligibility

Key Inclusion Criteria

Patient must meet criteria for each stroke type:

  • Arterial Ischemic Stroke (AIS)
    • Age: term birth (gestation of at least 36 weeks) to 18 years
    • Event diagnosed after Jan. 1, 2003
    • Must have both clinical and radiological evidence present
  • Cerebral Sinovenous Thrombosis (CSVT)
    • Age: birth (premature infants included) to 18 years
    • Event diagnosed after Jan. 1, 2003
    • Must have both clinical and radiological evidence present
  • Cerebrovascular condition other than CSVT/AIS
    • Infants and children whose stroke is presumed to have occurred in the prenatal or perinatal period
    • Arteritis, vasculitis, vasculopathy, moya-moya with no clinical events or transient ischemic attack only

Key Exclusion Criteria

  • Cerebral haemorrhage not associated with ischemic infarct
  • Hypoxic ischemic event with diffuse or bilateral infarction alone

Full Study Name

International Paediatric Stroke Study Protocol: 'Towards the Establishment of Standards of Practice and the Initiation of Multicenter, Multi-National Clinical Trials for Neonates and Children with Stroke' (IRB no. 36804)

Summary

Data registries can be used to help researchers better identify patterns related to a particular disease or condition. This data registry research activity will enable investigators to review and study the medical records of many patients in order to better understand the causes, risks and treatment of stroke in children. The registry will also be used to develop and conduct potential research studies.

Status

Active

Date Last Updated

05/15


Principal Investigator

Shlee Song, MD

Co-Investigators

Duy Le, MD
Patrick Lyden, MD
Tyler Pierson, MD

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