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.
New book highlights importance of hyperacute care for intracerebral hemorrhage

New book highlights importance of hyperacute care for intracerebral hemorrhage

Prognostic scores aid treatment conformity after ICH

Prognostic scores aid treatment conformity after ICH

MRI for unwitnessed stroke looking promising

MRI for unwitnessed stroke looking promising

Rehabilitation-induced reorganization of damaged brain circuits responsible for functional recovery

Rehabilitation-induced reorganization of damaged brain circuits responsible for functional recovery

Better understanding link between oral bacteria and certain types of stroke

Better understanding link between oral bacteria and certain types of stroke

iCardiac provides industry-wide dataset access to enable broader validation of TQT alternative approach

iCardiac provides industry-wide dataset access to enable broader validation of TQT alternative approach

Poor outlook for ICH associated with novel oral anticoagulants

Poor outlook for ICH associated with novel oral anticoagulants

Predictors of cerebral cavernous malformation outcomes pinpointed

Predictors of cerebral cavernous malformation outcomes pinpointed

Novel genetic therapy treats ‘incurable’ leukaemia

Novel genetic therapy treats ‘incurable’ leukaemia

Study: Neighborhood factors do not influence EMS use for acute stroke as strongly as individual factors do

Study: Neighborhood factors do not influence EMS use for acute stroke as strongly as individual factors do

Elevated blood pressure associated with increased risk of ICH recurrence

Elevated blood pressure associated with increased risk of ICH recurrence

New technique slows progression of polycystic kidney disease in mice

New technique slows progression of polycystic kidney disease in mice

Manchester, UCL researchers discover new technique for treating polycystic kidney disease

Manchester, UCL researchers discover new technique for treating polycystic kidney disease

Post-acute care in skilled nursing facilities leads to higher spending, lower patient survival

Post-acute care in skilled nursing facilities leads to higher spending, lower patient survival

Chickenpox virus can cause strokes in patients with compromised immune systems

Chickenpox virus can cause strokes in patients with compromised immune systems

Particle Sciences to expand sterile manufacturing for complex products and particulates

Particle Sciences to expand sterile manufacturing for complex products and particulates

Study finds new approaches to manage anticoagulant-associated intracerebral hemorrhage

Study finds new approaches to manage anticoagulant-associated intracerebral hemorrhage

UB neurologist examines neurological disorders of U.S. presidents

UB neurologist examines neurological disorders of U.S. presidents

Lhasa announces release of Mirabilis software to assess impurities in final drug product

Lhasa announces release of Mirabilis software to assess impurities in final drug product

LSNE's Harvey Road facility receives approval to manufacture drug product for US distribution

LSNE's Harvey Road facility receives approval to manufacture drug product for US distribution