haemorrhagic stroke

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Synonyms for haemorrhagic stroke

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

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For example, haemorrhagic stroke is the most deadly type of stroke, and those patients who do survive are more likely to experience severe disability.
Overall the age range and median years for those who had non-haemorrhagic stroke and haemorrhagic stroke were 23 to 95 and 58 years; and 26 to 75 and 50 years respectively.
Haemorrhagic stroke happens when a blood vessel bursts and bleeds into the brain, damaging brain tissue and starving areas of the brain of blood and oxygen.
Haemorrhagic strokes occur when blood vessels in the brain leak or burst.
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.
Haemorrhagic Stroke incidence, risk factors and mortality.
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.
Experts said this meant that once other factors were taken into account, being four inches taller equated to a 30pc reduced risk of haemorrhagic stroke.
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).
Cerebrovascular diseases include some of the most common and devastating disorders: ischaemic stroke and haemorrhagic stroke.
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.
I now wonder if I'm more at risk of a haemorrhagic stroke by continuing to take it.
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).
Cerebrovascular Accidents, both ischaemic and haemorrhagic stroke have been one of the leading causes of mortality and morbidity in elderly populations.
However, it can actually increase the risk of a haemorrhagic stroke.