Intracerebral Hemorrhage News and Research

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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.
Walk to work and cut the risk of a stroke

Walk to work and cut the risk of a stroke

High levels of physical activity can reduce your risk of stroke

High levels of physical activity can reduce your risk of stroke

Great Ormond Street Hospital celebrates 100th lung and 200th heart transplant

Great Ormond Street Hospital celebrates 100th lung and 200th heart transplant

Experimental drug therapy could open new window for treatment of deadly stroke

Experimental drug therapy could open new window for treatment of deadly stroke

Blood tests show autistic children have abnormal immune-system responses

Blood tests show autistic children have abnormal immune-system responses

NHS must overhaul its approach to adolescent health

NHS must overhaul its approach to adolescent health

Pushy Mums & Dads bad for kids!!

Pushy Mums & Dads bad for kids!!

Trial results on the use of recombinant activated factor VII in acute intracerebral haemorrhage

Trial results on the use of recombinant activated factor VII in acute intracerebral haemorrhage

Benefit of using clot-busting drug tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) for ischemic stroke

Benefit of using clot-busting drug tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) for ischemic stroke

Mexican-Americans have a far higher chance of suffering a stroke than non-Hispanic whites

Mexican-Americans have a far higher chance of suffering a stroke than non-Hispanic whites

Stroke severity is the predominant predictor of discharge destination

Stroke severity is the predominant predictor of discharge destination

NovoSeven may prove to be the first effective treatment for brain hemorrhage caused by stroke

NovoSeven may prove to be the first effective treatment for brain hemorrhage caused by stroke

Hypertension treatment could reduce hemorrhagic strokes by nearly 30 percent

Hypertension treatment could reduce hemorrhagic strokes by nearly 30 percent

Faster growing babies are at greater risk of heart disease and stroke

Faster growing babies are at greater risk of heart disease and stroke

Breastfeeding decreases risk of heart disease later in life

Breastfeeding decreases risk of heart disease later in life