The Royal Melbourne Hospital Neurology & Stroke Service is an internationally recognised centre for world-class patient care, specialty and subspecialty training, and clinical research. Our Mobile Stroke Unit provides rapid diagnosis and treatment for patients suffering a stroke.
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We conduct research to develop new treatments or to decide which is the best available treatment or care. We focus on prevalent neurological conditions, such as dementia, Parkinson's diseases, MND, spinal cord injury and stroke.
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Greg suffered a major stroke in late 2022, something he understatedly describes as an ‘interesting experience’.
An international, randomised controlled ischaemic stroke trial DIRECT-SAFE suggests acute stroke treatment should be adapted based on ethnicity and race.
A randomised controlled drug trial suggests clot-busting drug Tenecteplase provides better outcomes for stroke patients compared to the current standard of care alteplase.
Today is World Parkinson's Day. The Royal Melbourne Hospital is passionate about advancing research and care for all movement disorders.
A Hoppers Crossing mother who suffered a stroke last year has been reunited with the specialist stroke team and paramedics who came to her aid.