Research Slide
World-wide, about 15 million strokes occur annually. SITS International
generates research and development with an impact on clinical practices globally.
Membership Slide
We are a Global Stroke Treatment Registry offering a world-leading platform
for high quality stroke data.
Registry Slide
Our protocols are interactive, internet-based stroke data entry forms in
standard and minimal versions.

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SITS has reached over 100 publications

Mar 23, 2023
We have reached over 100 publications based on SITS data! Well done to all our collaborators! Publications – SITS International If you would like to be a part of a publication, you can send in your project proposal trough the registry or contact us at

Solved: issue adding treatment files

Mar 13, 2023
The error was solved Mar 13th at 6:45 pm CET and SITS Registry should be back to running normal again. Existing treatment files are safe and have not been lost Users have experienced problems where new treatment files could not be entered in SITS Registry today and also during the weekend. It was caused due… Read More »Solved: issue adding treatment files

A new article with SITS data

Feb 28, 2023
A new article based on SITS International data has been published in Stroke. Title:  Reperfusion Treatments in Disabling Versus Nondisabling Mild Stroke due to Anterior Circulation Vessel Occlusion

Changes in SITS-QR data form

Dec 21, 2022
General changes in SITS-QRIn SITS-QR data form there will be the following changes in the two questions about Antiplatelet and Anticoagulant: – Option “Not applicable” is removed– Sub-questions that appeared when “Not applicable” option was selected will instead appear when “No” option is selected.– Option “No, but planned” is relocated to a sub-question to Antiplatelet… Read More »Changes in SITS-QR data form