haemorrhagic stroke


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Related to haemorrhagic stroke: ischemic stroke
  • noun

Synonyms for haemorrhagic stroke

stroke caused by the rupture of a blood vessel in the brain

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After the first two weeks, the risk dropped steadily but remained elevated during at least the first six weeks for ischaemic stroke and the first 12 weeks for haemorrhagic stroke.
A haemorrhagic stroke is caused by bleeding in the brain and an ischemic stroke is caused by artery blockage.
Global quantitative data on treatments and drug prescribing practices for Ischaemic Stroke, Haemorrhagic Stroke and Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA), provided by more than 230 clinics in 41 countries.
Detailed information on drugs classes used in the treatment of patients with Ischaemic Stroke, Haemorrhagic Stroke and Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA), together with population-based drug prescribing profiles.
A review of the Lipitor clinical programme, involving more than 10 000 patients with coronary heart disease taking Lipitor 80 mg, shows that the incidence of haemorrhagic stroke was very low (0.
I DON'T think you're at more risk of a haemorrhagic stroke if your blood pressure is normal.
Likewise, after a haemorrhagic stroke, the ruptured cerebral vessel can bleed more profusely and for longer.
Men and women in the shortest groups had twice the rate of haemorrhagic strokes.
This report presents the findings of a global survey on current treatments and prescribing practices for Ischaemic Stroke, Haemorrhagic Stroke and Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA).
An international team of researchers has found that for every 1,250 people there is the chance of one extra haemorrhagic stroke - bleeding in the brain.
When each type of stroke was analysed separately, the experts found brisk walking cut the risk of haemorrhagic stroke by 68% while two or more hours a week of walking cut the risk by 57%.
However, it can actually increase the risk of a haemorrhagic stroke.
Stroke: The percentage of physicians' patients who were tested for Stroke and subsequently diagnosed with Ischaemic Stroke, Haemorrhagic Stroke, Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA) and other (specified).
The study, led by Dr Peter McCarron, also found that the risk of haemorrhagic stroke (bleeding in or around the brain) was almost doubled for those men and women with the shortest height compared to the tallest.
Thiex, senior neurosurgeon in the Department of Neurosurgery at Aachen University Hospital reported on new results on applying PAION's clot busting drug Desmoteplase in a large animal model of haemorrhagic stroke at the 18th International Congress on Fibrinolysis and Proteolysis in San Diego, CA (USA) (Thiex R, Weis J, Schwartz O, Krings T, Rohde V: Minor Edema Formation after DSPA-induced Clot Lysis of Experimental Intracerebral Hemorrhage.