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.
Women, Latinos face higher brain aneurysm risk

Women, Latinos face higher brain aneurysm risk

Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation publishes groundbreaking scientific papers

Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation publishes groundbreaking scientific papers

Early and intensive lowering of high blood pressure improves stroke outcomes

Early and intensive lowering of high blood pressure improves stroke outcomes

Vaginal probiotic product reduce recurrence rate of bacterial vaginosis

Vaginal probiotic product reduce recurrence rate of bacterial vaginosis

University of Sydney receives $7.5 million grant for clinical trails

University of Sydney receives $7.5 million grant for clinical trails

A major factor has been overlooked in the way bleeding stroke patients' survival is calculated

A major factor has been overlooked in the way bleeding stroke patients' survival is calculated

Patients with 'bleeding' strokes less likely to receive medications and counseling to prevent recurrent strokes

Patients with 'bleeding' strokes less likely to receive medications and counseling to prevent recurrent strokes

Six week baby sex test available on the internet

Six week baby sex test available on the internet

New treatments for brain hemorrhage

New treatments for brain hemorrhage

Effect of alcohol and aspirin consumption in traumatic brain injury patients

Effect of alcohol and aspirin consumption in traumatic brain injury patients

Breast-feeding exclusively lowers risk of vertical HIV transmission to children in developing countries

Breast-feeding exclusively lowers risk of vertical HIV transmission to children in developing countries

Giving birth to a child naturally increases risk of hemorrhage in newborns

Giving birth to a child naturally increases risk of hemorrhage in newborns

Stunning breakthrough makes blind mice see again

Stunning breakthrough makes blind mice see again

NicOx announces EMEA approval of Naproxcinod study plan

NicOx announces EMEA approval of Naproxcinod study plan

Drug abuse linked to brain hemmorhage in young adults

Drug abuse linked to brain hemmorhage in young adults

Lower doses of clot-busting drug safer for stroke patients

Lower doses of clot-busting drug safer for stroke patients

Aspirin may not increase the risk of recurrent intracerebral hemorrhage

Aspirin may not increase the risk of recurrent intracerebral hemorrhage

Aspirin therapy may be safe for some survivors of intracerebral hemorrhage

Aspirin therapy may be safe for some survivors of intracerebral hemorrhage

First potential treatment for intracerebral hemorrhage

First potential treatment for intracerebral hemorrhage

New centre to advance child health research

New centre to advance child health research