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The mission of the SSG is to optimize minimally invasive surgical corridors to the brain's subcortical or deeper spaces through clinical and scientific collaborative research that will impact the safe and effective treatment of brain tumors and hemorrhagic stroke.
To check for a link between statins and bleeding strokes, Flint and his colleagues pored over the records of 3,481 patients admitted to Kaiser hospitals for hemorrhagic strokes over a 10-year period.
The primary outcome measures of hemorrhagic stroke are fatality and functional handicap rates (Hop, Rinkel, Algra, & Gijn, 2001).
Here, we present a case with hemorrhagic stroke who had upper extremity DVT at the hemiplegic side and we review the literature on DVT treatment after hemorrhagic stroke.
Diagnosing a hemorrhagic stroke is not necessarily a straightforward process because symptoms can vary significantly.
The data revealed that more than 14 percent of hemorrhagic strokes and 14 percent of ischemic strokes were caused by abuse of multiple drugs, including amphetamines, cocaine, marijuana, and tobacco.
This was achieved through a 24% reduction in risk of ischemic stroke and a nonsignificant 7% increase in risk of hemorrhagic stroke.
Researchers at Yale University School of Medicine studied over 700 people aged 18 to 49 who had suffered hemorrhagic strokes.
Editorial includes data and news on litigation related to the use of phenylpropanolamine (PPA), a common decongestant/appetite suppressant that carries a small but significant risk of severe hemorrhagic stroke in women.
In 2010, there were roughly 233,974 diagnosed incident cases of hemorrhagic stroke in the seven major markets (the US, Japan, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the UK) and about 276,492 incident cases are predicted for 2020.
They also said there was no evidence of any association between potassium intake and hemorrhagic stroke, which could be related to the low number of hemorrhagic strokes in the study.
22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Patients who were treated with a statin in the hospital after suffering from a hemorrhagic stroke were significantly more likely to survive than those who were not, according to a study published today in JAMA Neurology.