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 evidence supports thrombolysis in presence of contraindications

New evidence supports thrombolysis in presence of contraindications

Study questions need for routine repeated CT scans in patients with mild head trauma

Study questions need for routine repeated CT scans in patients with mild head trauma

Structure, training support reliable telestroke service

Structure, training support reliable telestroke service

Close monitoring needed in year after traumatic brain injury

Close monitoring needed in year after traumatic brain injury

Imaging-based therapy benefits ‘wake-up stroke’ patients

Imaging-based therapy benefits ‘wake-up stroke’ patients

Imaging-based therapy benefits ‘wake-up stroke’ patients

Imaging-based therapy benefits ‘wake-up stroke’ patients

Antidepressant use may increase risk of strokes caused by bleeding in the brain

Antidepressant use may increase risk of strokes caused by bleeding in the brain

SSRI use linked to brain hemorrhage

SSRI use linked to brain hemorrhage

Visual clue to ICH outcomes

Visual clue to ICH outcomes

Heavy drinking risks early severe stroke

Heavy drinking risks early severe stroke

Research examines racial and ethnic differences in strokes

Research examines racial and ethnic differences in strokes

Ischemic lesions signal preventive needs in ICH patients

Ischemic lesions signal preventive needs in ICH patients

Lipid treatment absolved of hemorrhagic transformation guilt

Lipid treatment absolved of hemorrhagic transformation guilt

‘Risky’ view of thrombolysis in subtherapeutic warfarin patients disputed

‘Risky’ view of thrombolysis in subtherapeutic warfarin patients disputed

‘Risky’ view of thrombolysis in subtherapeutic warfarin patients disputed

‘Risky’ view of thrombolysis in subtherapeutic warfarin patients disputed

Intensive insulin may backfire in acute stroke

Intensive insulin may backfire in acute stroke

Aspirin versus warfarin for heart failure patients

Aspirin versus warfarin for heart failure patients

Results from Merck's vorapaxar study on cardiovascular events

Results from Merck's vorapaxar study on cardiovascular events

Medidata names EXTEDO as technology partner

Medidata names EXTEDO as technology partner

Study: Thrombolytic therapy can be safely used in children with stroke

Study: Thrombolytic therapy can be safely used in children with stroke