ischemic stroke

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Related to ischemic stroke: hemorrhagic stroke, transient ischemic attack
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Synonyms for ischemic stroke

the most common kind of stroke

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Our unique study base of older women may have increased our ability to detect the association between trans fat intake and ischemic stroke among non-users of aspirin," He said.
Fitzpatrick, Thank you for your communication and interest in our article, "Acute Ischemic Stroke Review," in the Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 39(5), 285-293, 310.
Among 51,342 randomized women, aspirin therapy was associated with a significant 17% reduction in overall stroke risk, achieved through a 24% reduction in risk of ischemic stroke and a nonsignificant 7% increase in risk of hemorrhagic stroke.
In one of Manson's studies, women who gained 24 to 44 pounds since their 18th birthday had a 69 percent increased risk of ischemic stroke compared to women who gained less than 11 pounds.
The finding is another piece of suggestive evidence for the role of inflammation in the pathogenesis of ischemic stroke, said Dr.
A review of the Ischemic Stroke products under development by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources.
They advised the RN that he had all the symptoms of a major ischemic stroke.
CAMPBELL, California, July 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Lazarus Effect, a medical device company focused on improving treatment of acute ischemic stroke through effective removal of the blood clots that cause a stroke, announced today that the Lazarus ReCover (TM) Thrombectomy Device has received CE Mark.
Headache at stroke onset in 2196 patients with ischemic stroke or transient ischemic attack.
They then underwent standardized tests of behavioral performance prior to an artificially induced ischemic stroke.
BMI remained an independent risk factor for total and ischemic stroke even after adjustment in a multivariate model for mediating factors including systolic blood pressure, total cholesterol, diabetes, physical activity, age, and smoking, added Dr.
The company is focused on therapies for neurological conditions that occur in connection with dementia, Alzheimer's disease, ischemic stroke, neuropathic pain, and brain cancer.
In a separate analysis of Women's Health Study (WHS) data, he found that hypertriglyceridemia doubled a participant's risk of ischemic stroke.
Men who ate seafood at least once a month were roughly 40 percent less likely to have an ischemic stroke than men who ate seafood less often in a study of more than 43,000 health professionals.
Each year, some 480,000 people in the United States suffer an ischemic stroke.