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Patients who had cerebrovascular accidents had longer length of stay, higher utilization of health care resources and greater expenses than the overall group, averaging 107 percent higher costs.
In data through week 210, there were 7 patients in the group previously on rofecoxib and 0 in the group previously on placebo with confirmed ischemic cerebrovascular accident (p=0.
Furthermore, none of the patients experienced any aortic complications, repeat revascularizations, cerebrovascular accidents, myocardial infarctions or death.
The company assists individuals with traumatic brain injury, cerebrovascular accidents, acquired brain injury, complex multi-diagnosis situations, central nervous system disorders, spinal cord injury as well as work-related injuries.
He details the neuropathologic basis, neurology, symptoms, prognosis, assessment, and treatment of these disorders resulting from conditions that cause damage to the brain in childhood, including traumatic brain injury, cerebrovascular accidents, and brain tumors, as well as less common disorders caused by cerebral anoxia, inborn errors of metabolism, neural tube defects, infections, radiation induced brain damage, and convulsive disorders.
McCune noted that when the Michigan Lupus Epidemiology and Surveillance Program (MiLES) was established close to a decade ago, investigators chose to track only a subset of the 19 neuropsychiatric syndromes on the ACR list: seizure disorders, cerebrovascular accidents, psychosis, mononeuropathy, aseptic meningitis, acute transverse myelitis, chorea, and cranial neuropathy.
The minister said that a poorly controlled diabetes can end up with a dreaded complications of cerebrovascular accidents or debilitating eye involvement leading to blindness.
The underweight patients had a higher re-transplantation rate due to graft failure and were more likely to die from hemorrhagic complications or cerebrovascular accidents than those in the control group.
Most investigators have advocated surgery as the appropriate treatment for LV pseudoaneurysm since untreated pseudoaneurysms have an approximately 45% risk of rupture and a high risk of embolic cerebrovascular accidents.