Podcast: ISAT

If we want to know whether two treatments are different, the best way to find out is to randomise patients to one or the other, and to compare their outcomes. The sooner this is done after the introduction of a new treatment, the better. The sooner that patients, practitioners and policy makers will have an answer. Andy Molyneux, a neuroradiologist from Oxford in England describes how this was done for a particular type of stroke and how it has transformed care and changed lives.