Stroke Center | Acute Stroke Interventional Program

The Acute Stroke Interventional Program is an emergency treatment involving catheter delivered medication and devices.

The only FDA-approved treatment for stroke is a clot-busting medication, t-PA, delivered by intravenous, IV. However, regional stroke programs such as the Stroke Center at Hartford Hospital also have recently begun to offer catheter-based, or intra-arterial (IA), treatments for patients with acute ischemic stroke.

The Stroke Center

Telehealth Network

Telehealth Network

Hartford Hospital's Telehealth Network (HHTN) brings world-class emergency stroke and critical neurology care to hospitals that may lack 24/7 on-call neurologists

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