Head Injuries resulting in traumatic brain Injury and followed by cerebrovascular accident
(CVA) were the commonest causes of ICU admissions that required tracheostomy.
Myocardial infarction and cerebrovascular accident
was diagnosed by percutaneous coronary intervention and computerized tomography, respectively.
However, after adjusting for age, only smoking and death from cerebrovascular accident
remained statistically associated to nondonor status.
12 Morbidity in sickle cell disease arises Primarily from acute chest syndrome, cerebrovascular accidents
, and splenic and renal dysfunction.
Six patients with cerebrovascular accidents
died, giving a mortality rate of 85.
Current recommendations for the treatment of persons suffering cerebrovascular accidents
focus largely on acute treatment, and fail to recommend measures to promote colonic health and gastrointestinal motility.
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.
The most common events were cerebrovascular accidents
, occurring in 10 tegaserod-treated patients and 36 control patients.
Increasing medical evidence suggests that OSAS is an independent risk factor for cerebrovascular accidents
, and conversely, those with cerebrovascular accidents
are also at increased risk of having OSAS [13,14].
Cardiovascular causes, cerebrovascular accidents
, and collagen vascular disease--as in cases of systemic lupus erythematosus--could cause secondary mania.
ReoTherapy is new, state-of-the-art, robotic technology used for improving upper-extremity function in people who have experienced cerebrovascular accidents
or have other neurological conditions.
His death certificate listed multiple cerebrovascular accidents
, multiple myocardial infractions, and peripheral vascular disease.
Damage to the cerebellum and brainstem due to posterior circulation cerebrovascular accidents
has been reported as a consequence of cervical spine manipulation therapy (CSMT).
These included new and old cerebrovascular accidents
, hemorrhage, subdural hematoma, and Sturge-Weber syndrome.