Increasing Incidence of Hospitalization for Stroke and Transient Ischemic Attack in Young Adults: A Registry-Based Study Stroke
Conclusions The incidence rates of first-time hospitalizations for ischemic stroke and TIA in young Danish adults have increased substantially since the mid 1990s. The increase was particularly prominent in the most recent years.
ConclusionsSingle doses of DS-1040 0.6 –4.8 mg were well tolerated in Japanese patients with AIS undergoing thrombectomy.Clinical trial registration numberNCT03198715; JapicCTI-163164.
Medicine (Baltimore). 2021 Dec 3;100(48):e28155. doi: 10.1097/MD.0000000000028155.ABSTRACTAtraumatic convexity subarachnoid hemorrhage (c-SAH) concomitant with large artery atherosclerosis (LAA) stroke has been rarely discussed in the literature. Our aim in this study is to characterize the clinical and neuroradiological features of patients with LAA stroke and c-SAH.A retrospective study from a single institution was performed between January 2016 and June 2020. Only patients diagnosed with c-SAH and LAA stoke were included in this study. The clinical presentation and neuroimaging finding were summarized by our experience...
CONCLUSION: We found no differences between stroke subtypes and APS types. aPL profiles were not associated with any of the acute cerebrovascular diseases described in this cohort. CVT may be an initial thrombotic manifestation of APS with low mortality and good long-term functional outcome.PMID:35042376 | DOI:10.1177/09612033221074178
CONCLUSIONS: Delirium is a common complication of neurological diseases, and it can coexist with catatonia. The recognition of catatonic delirium has clinical significance in terms of etiology, as it was significantly associated with viral and anti-NMDAR encephalitis.PMID:35040665 | DOI:10.1176/appi.neuropsych.18120364
The objective of our study was to compare the readmission rates for recurrent ICH, SAH, and AIS among patients admitted for ICH with and without CAA.MethodsUsing the National Readmissions Database 2016 –2018 we identified patients admitted for ICH with and without a concomitant diagnosis of CAA. Primary outcome of the study was readmission due to ICH. Secondary outcomes included readmissions due to AIS and SAH. Survival analysis was performed, and Kaplan–Meier curves were created to assess for readmissions.ResultsThe study consisted of 194,290 patients with ICH, 8247 with CAA and 186,043 without CAA as a concom...
CONCLUSION: Current evidence supports the use of the ADAPT technique to achieve successful and complete recanalization while considering the higher need for rescue therapy in some patients.PMID:34992914 | PMC:PMC8720438 | DOI:10.25259/SNI_903_2021