Hemorrhagic Stroke in 2021
1Associate Professor of Medicine, Faculty of Health and Medical science, University of Western Australia, Australia
2Bega-South East Regional hospital, NSW , Australia
*Corresponding Author: Adel Ekladious, Associate Professor of Medicine, Faculty of Health and Medical science, University of Western Australia, Australia and Bega-South East Regional hospital, NSW , Australia.
September 09, 2021; Published: October 22, 2021
Spontaneous cerebral bleed is a life threatening condition and should be managed as an emergency, Mortality in the first 30 days are extremely high, although there is no significant progress in treatment, Patient should be treated actively in the first 72 hours, and no orders not for recuses should be made, Early diagnosis and treatment is of paramount importance to arrest rapid expansion of bleed, prevent neurological deterioration, morbidity and death. Controlling blood pressure, reversing anticoagulation, endovascular treatment for subarachnoid bleed, decompression of posterior fossa in cerebellar bleed. Can prevent mortality and morbidity.
Keywords: Spontaneous Cerebral; Hemorrhagic Stroke; Neurology
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