Conference Archives, Inc. (CAI) releases Stroke Science OnDemand® 2008 for those looking to keep abreast of the latest advancements in the treatment, prevention and outcomes of cerebrovascular disease and stroke.

Stroke Science OnDemand® 2008 is a digital archive of nearly 300 oral presentations that were digitally captured at the American Stroke Association's (ASA) 2008 annual International Stroke Conference. Stroke Science OnDemand® 2008 is designed to give medical students, faculty, and professionals around the globe access to the latest advancements and knowledge presented at the ASA's annual International Stroke Conference.

"This is the fourth year in a row that the American Stroke Association, a division of the American Heart Association, has digitally captured and archived oral presentations from the International Stroke Conference," said David Sampson, EVP of Conference Archives, Inc.'s Medical Content Division. "Stroke Science OnDemand® typifies the ASA's innovative and visionary approach to advancing stroke research and education."

Nearly all oral presentations in Stroke Science OnDemand® 2008 are synchronized - audio and slides - to mimic the experience of an oral presentation's live delivery. In addition, presentations in Stroke Science OnDemand® 2008 are transcribed with the transcription synchronized to the audio and slides of each presentation. Stroke Science OnDemand® 2008 users can search for content either across the entire archive or within a presentation, thus yielding the most relevant search results.

Stroke Science OnDemand® is released annually within 90 days of the conclusion of the International Stroke Conference. To purchase Stroke Science OnDemand® 2008, call 814.536.3356 or visit scienceondemand.

About Conference Archives, Inc.

Conference Archives, Inc. (CAI) has provided innovative solutions for capturing event knowledge and distributing the results through various media since 2001. CAI has since become widely known for its contributions to the meetings industry through its ConferenceOnDemand™ and ConferenceCompanion® archiving products of annual conferences primarily in the association industry. CAI's archiving services and rich media products enhance an end-user's knowledge base by delivering the conference experience via the Internet or fixed media, thus creating a timely, post-conference environment conveniently view conference content.

Current clients of Conference Archives include, but are not limited to: the American Heart Association (which includes the American Stroke Association), American Diabetes Association, Heart Rhythm Society, American Academy of Ophthalmology, Endocrine Society and the American Association for Thoracic Surgery.

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