Intracerebral Hemorrhage News and Research

RSS
Intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) is sudden, catastrophic bleeding that occurs in the brain tissue or ventricles. It usually results from damage to blood vessels due to hypertension. Symptoms are often sudden and severe. Loss of consciousness, vomiting, and headache are all common, but milder presentations are also possible, resembling ischemic stroke.
Study reveals underrepresentation of women in stroke clinical trials

Study reveals underrepresentation of women in stroke clinical trials

New study sheds light on stroke risk factors among racial and ethnic groups

New study sheds light on stroke risk factors among racial and ethnic groups

Stroke treatment can have dire consequences when kidney function is low

Stroke treatment can have dire consequences when kidney function is low

Clinical trial begins to evaluate SENSE device’s ability to monitor intracranial hemorrhage

Clinical trial begins to evaluate SENSE device’s ability to monitor intracranial hemorrhage

Repetitive compression of limbs may improve recovery from the most deadly stroke

Repetitive compression of limbs may improve recovery from the most deadly stroke

Study finds consistent neuroinflammatory response after intracerebral hemorrhage

Study finds consistent neuroinflammatory response after intracerebral hemorrhage

NIH-funded study to test emergency treatment for devastating stroke in Memphis

NIH-funded study to test emergency treatment for devastating stroke in Memphis

Incidence of intracerebral hemorrhages increasing in older people, study finds

Incidence of intracerebral hemorrhages increasing in older people, study finds

COVID-19 may contribute to exponential growth of Parkinson's disease in future

COVID-19 may contribute to exponential growth of Parkinson's disease in future

Antifibrinolytic agent could be a treatment for bleeding stroke

Antifibrinolytic agent could be a treatment for bleeding stroke

Study identifies brain hemorrhage patients most likely to have treatable underlying condition

Study identifies brain hemorrhage patients most likely to have treatable underlying condition

Majority of stroke survivors not screened for osteoporosis, despite increased risk

Majority of stroke survivors not screened for osteoporosis, despite increased risk

Early human testing of iron chelation after brain bleed shows mixed results

Early human testing of iron chelation after brain bleed shows mixed results

Removing 70% or more of the brain hemorrhage could produce better outcomes, study finds

Removing 70% or more of the brain hemorrhage could produce better outcomes, study finds

Pregnant women face greater risk of having hemorrhagic stroke, reveal studies

Pregnant women face greater risk of having hemorrhagic stroke, reveal studies

Removal of more blood through minimally invasive surgery improves stroke recovery

Removal of more blood through minimally invasive surgery improves stroke recovery

Minimally-invasive surgery to remove blood from the brain associated with fewer deaths

Minimally-invasive surgery to remove blood from the brain associated with fewer deaths

Lowering blood pressure in the ambulance with nitroglycerin patch did not improve stroke outcomes

Lowering blood pressure in the ambulance with nitroglycerin patch did not improve stroke outcomes

Draining blood from the brain of hemorrhagic stroke patients may prevent death

Draining blood from the brain of hemorrhagic stroke patients may prevent death

Black, Hispanic people may have greater risk of second hemorrhagic stroke than whites

Black, Hispanic people may have greater risk of second hemorrhagic stroke than whites