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KYAMC Journal ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 12 (3) ◽  
pp. 127-132
Author(s):  
Sk Abdullah Al Mamun ◽  
Saiyeedur Rahman ◽  
Sayedur Rahman Sheikh ◽  
Abdul Wadud ◽  
Gobindo Gain

Background: Hemorrhagic stroke accounts for 10-15% of all strokes with higher mortality rates than cerebral infarction. Intracerebral hemorrhage has a reported 30-day mortality of 44% to 51%, with almost half of the death occurs within the first 48 hours. Advanced age, low level of consciousness, large volume of hemorrhage has been linked with poor outcome. Objectives: To predict early outcome of hemorrhagic stroke patient in relation with age, Glasgow Coma Scale, volume of hemorrhage and ventricular extension. Materials and Methods: Hospital based prospective study carried out in hundred hemorrhagic stroke patients. The formula of ABC/2 was used to calculate hemorrhage volume in bedside by using CT scan. Results: 1st month mortality rates of hemorrhagic stroke was 44% with 45.45% of patients died within the first 48 hours of onset. Mean age of patients of hemorrhagic stroke was 61.2 ± 13.88 years. Mortality rate of intracerebral hemorrhage after age of 60 was 51.06% in 1st month. Volume of intracerebral hemorrhage was the strongest predictor of both 48 hours and 30 days mortality. Using three categories of intracerebral hemorrhage (X for < 30 ml, Y for 30 - 50 ml and Z for > 50 ml group) calculated by ABC/2 formula showed 100% mortality rate in Z group, 50% in Y group and only 12% mortality rate in X group in 1st month. Among all death, 61.5% of Z group 25% of Y group and 16.67% of patients of X group died within 48 hours. Two categories of Glasgow Coma Scale (≤ 8 and ≥ 9) were used and shown death rates 80.77% in GCS ≤ 8 and 4.55% in GCS ≥ 9 in 1st month. Conclusion: Volume of intracerebral hemorrhage in combination with advanced age, initial Glasgow Coma Scale is a powerful and easy to use in both 48 hours and 1st month mortality in patients with spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage. KYAMC Journal. 2021;12(3): 127-132


2021 ◽  
Vol 19 (1) ◽  
Author(s):  
Qiyan Cai ◽  
Xin Zhang ◽  
Hong Chen

Abstract Background Patients with spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) have a higher risk of venous thromboembolism (VTE) and in-hospital VTE is independently associated with poor outcomes for this patient population. Methods A comprehensive literature search about patients with VTE after spontaneous ICH was conducted using databases MEDLINE and PubMed. We searched for the following terms and other related terms (in US and UK spelling) to identify relevant studies: intracerebral hemorrhage, ICH, intraparenchymal hemorrhage, IPH, venous thromboembolism, VTE, deep vein thrombosis, DVT, pulmonary embolism, and PE. The search was restricted to human subjects and limited to articles published in English. Abstracts were screened and data from potentially relevant articles was analyzed. Results The prophylaxis and treatment of VTE are of vital importance for patients with spontaneous ICH. Prophylaxis measures can be mainly categorized into mechanical prophylaxis and chemoprophylaxis. Treatment strategies include anticoagulation, vena cava filter, systemic thrombolytic therapy, catheter-based thrombus removal, and surgical embolectomy. We briefly summarized the state of knowledge regarding the prophylaxis measures and treatment strategies of VTE after spontaneous ICH in this review, especially on chemoprophylaxis and anticoagulation therapy. Early mechanical prophylaxis, especially with intermittent pneumatic compression, is recommended by recent guidelines for patients with spontaneous ICH. While decision-making on chemoprophylaxis and anticoagulation therapy evokes debate among clinicians, because of the concern that anticoagulants may increase the risk of recurrent ICH and hematoma expansion. Uncertainty still exists regarding optimal anticoagulants, the timing of initiation, and dosage. Conclusion Based on current evidence, we deem that initiating chemoprophylaxis with UFH/LMWH within 24–48 h of ICH onset could be safe; anticoagulation therapy should depend on individual clinical condition; the role of NOACs in this patient population could be promising.


KYAMC Journal ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 12 (3) ◽  
pp. 142-146
Author(s):  
Raseul Kabir ◽  
Md Amjad Hossain Pramanik ◽  
SM Emdadul Haque ◽  
Muhatarima Tabassum ◽  
Fateha Sultana

Background: The clinical diagnosis of stroke in a patient admitted in the intensive care unit (ICU) is undeniably challenging. Several point-based risk scores have been developed to predict clinical outcomes after ischemic stroke. Objective: To assess the Siriraj stroke score and Guy’s Hospital stroke score in the clinical diagnosis of acute stroke. Materials and Methods: All patients were subjected to Computed tomography (CT) scan head within 72 hours of admission. The sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value was calculated for both the scores. Comparability between the scores and CT scan head finding was determined with the help of Kappa statistic program. Results: Sensitivity of Guy’s Hospital stroke score for ischemic stroke is 100%, specificity is 96.4%, accuracy 97.1%, positive predictive value of 87.5% and negative predictive value 100%. The sensitivity of Guy’s Hospital stroke score for hemorrhage stroke is 96.4%, specificity is 100%, accuracy 97.1%, positive predictive value of 100% and negative predictive value 87.5% Conclusion: Siriraj stroke score as a simple method of screening patients for intracerebral hemorrhage, as it is easier to use at bedside and has a greater accuracy in diagnosing hemorrhage than Guy’s Hospital score. KYAMC Journal. 2021;12(3): 142-146


Author(s):  
Simei Huang ◽  
Wenjie Hu ◽  
Dongmei Rao ◽  
Xiaodong Wu ◽  
Qingqing Bai ◽  
...  

2021 ◽  
Vol 2021 (3) ◽  
Author(s):  
Ahmed Shaaban ◽  
Maher Saqqur ◽  
Ahmed Saleh ◽  
Alaaeldin Ahmed ◽  
Hussain Hussain ◽  
...  

Atmosphere ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 12 (12) ◽  
pp. 1546
Author(s):  
Yukitaka Ohashi ◽  
Akari Miyata ◽  
Tomohiko Ihara

We investigated decadal (2010–2019) cardiovascular, cerebrovascular, and respiratory mortality sensitivity to annual warm temperatures in major Japanese cities: Sapporo, Tokyo (23 wards), and Osaka. The summer mortalities (June–August) increased with the monthly mean temperature for acute myocardial infarction, other acute ischemic heart diseases, cerebral infarction, and pneumonia in the three cities. Monthly mean temperatures were an indicator of these disease mortalities in Japan. However, similar responses were not found for cardiac arrhythmia and heart failure (excluding Sapporo), subarachnoid hemorrhage, and intracerebral hemorrhage. The decadal sensitivities and risk ratios between the maximum and minimum monthly mean temperatures were calculated using a linear regression model. In Sapporo, Tokyo, and Osaka, for example, the analyses of acute myocardial infarction showed summer positive responses of 0.19–0.25, 0.13–0.18, and 0.12–0.30, respectively, as the mortality rate (per 100,000 population) per 1 °C of monthly mean temperature, which estimated increased risks (between the coolest and hottest months) of 37–65% in Sapporo, 31–42% in Tokyo, and 35–39% in Osaka.


Author(s):  
Sashanka Kode ◽  
Ajay Hegde ◽  
Girish R. Menon

Abstract Introduction Spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage (SICH) is one of the most devastating forms of stroke with a mortality of 30 to 40%. We aimed to evaluate the effect of craniotomy size and volume of decompression on surgical outcome, complications, mortality, and morbidity in patients with supratentorial capsuloganglionic bleeds who underwent a decompressive craniectomy (DC) at our institute. Materials and Methods It is a retrospective study done between January 2015 and December 2019. All patients with capsuloganglionic bleeds who had DC and hematoma evacuation were included in the study. Results A total of 55 patients underwent DC for SICH at our hospital during the study period. Mean anteroposterior (AP) diameter of the bone flap was 12.42 cm. The volume of decompression did not influence mortality and morbidity in our study but a larger AP diameter was associated with a higher incidence of hydrocephalus. A smaller craniectomy with an AP diameter of < 12 cm caused a lesser reduction in midline shift (MLS). Persistent postoperative MLS had a significant impact on mortality and its reduction was dependent on the size of craniectomy (p =–0.037) Conclusion DC with a recommended AP diameter of 12 to 13 cm achieves optimal results in terms of reduction in MLS. Larger DC volume carries a higher risk of hydrocephalus and requires close follow-up.


2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
Qianwei Chen

Abstract Statins, in addition to their well-known lipid-lowering effects, have also shown a wide range of neuroprotective effects in recent years. We previously found that simvastatin effectively attenuated intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH)-induced secondary brain injury in rats. This study aims to elucidate the underlying mechanism. The animal model was established in adult male Sprague–Dawley rats by an injection of autologous blood, then randomly treated with simvastatin or vehicle. Then, a series of experiments were conducted to investigate the involvement of lipoxin A4 (LXA4) / formyl-peptide receptor 2 (FPR2) / p38 MAPK signaling pathway in simvastatin-triggered neutrophil apoptosis. Results show that simvastatin significantly elevated the level of LXA4 (an endogenous FPR2 agonist) in plasm in early stage of ICH. Exogenous LXA4 administration effectively promoted circulating neutrophil apoptosis, reduced the neutrophil count in both peripheral blood and perihematomal area, as well as ameliorated neuroinflammation and brain injury after ICH, which in line with the effect of simvastatin. Moreover, similar to simvastatin, the exogenous LXA4 markedly down-regulated the phosphorylation level of p38 and the Mcl-1/Bax ratio (the decreased ratio represents pro-apoptosis) in circulating neutrophils of ICH rat. Notably, all above effects of simvastatin on ICH were significantly abolished by Boc-2, a selective antagonist for FPR2. Moreover, simvastatin led to a similar reduction of Mcl-1/Bax ratio as SB203580 (p38 MAPK inhibitor), but it was abolished by P79350 (p38 MAPK agonist). Collectively, these results suggest that simvastatin boosts neutrophils apoptosis and alleviates subsequent neuroinflammation following ICH may via upregulating LXA4 in plasma through the FPR2/p38 MAPK signaling pathway.


2021 ◽  
Vol 12 ◽  
Author(s):  
Tong Sun ◽  
Siyang Chen ◽  
Ke Wu ◽  
Min Sun ◽  
Xianyan Zhang ◽  
...  

Objective: Stroke is a leading cause of mortality and morbidity globally. This study aimed to analyze the burden and 30-year trends of ischemic stroke, intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH), and subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) in China.Methods: Data that include incidence and mortality of stroke in China from January 1, 1990 to December 31, 2019 were derived from the Global Burden of Disease (GBD) study 2019. The absolute numbers of incident cases and deaths over the time, and age-standardized rates per 100,000, such as age-standardized incidence rate (ASIR) and age-standardized mortality rate (ASMR), were analyzed.Results: In 2019, there were 3.9 (95% uncertainty intervals (UI) 3.4–4.5) million incident cases and 2.1 (3.4–4.5) million deaths related to stroke in China. The ASIR and ASMR of stroke in China was 200 (176–230) and 127 (110–144). From 1990 to 2019, the ASIR of ischemic stroke had increased by 35.0% (29.0–40.0) while the ASIR of ICH and SAH had decreased by −53.0% (−56.0 to −50.0) and by −39.0% (−44.0 to −35.0), respectively. The ASMR of ischemic stroke had increased by 3.0% (−26.0 to 16.0) while the ASMR of ICH and SAH had decreased by −48.0% (−59.0 to −38.0) and by −84.0% (−89.0 to −69.0), respectively.Conclusion: Although the incidence and mortality rates of stroke in China were decreased from 1990 to 2019, the number of incident cases and deaths nearly doubled. A sharp increase in the incidence rate of ischemic stroke was observed. A higher incidence rate of ischemic stroke in the women was also observed.


2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
Jin Pyeong Jeon ◽  
Chung Liang Chai ◽  
Jong Kook Rhim ◽  
Jeong Jin Park ◽  
Yong Jun Cho ◽  
...  

As the number of COVID-19 vaccines increases, reports of complications are also increasing. In particular, when cerebral hemorrhage occurs, the prognosis is poor. Here, we aimed to investigating the clinical course of patients who developed intracerebral hemorrhage after COVID-19 vaccination and the patient prognosis through a systematic review. As coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) hit the world like never before, there were 244,105,621 infection cases and 4,959,347 deaths worldwide as of October 24, 2021. As the number of vaccination increases, reports of death and serious adverse reactions after vaccination are also increasing.


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