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Blogging Stroke – health care

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Caregiver outcomes were assessed using validated questionnaires on depressive symptoms (Patient Health Questionnaire Depressive Symptom Scale, PHQ-9), changes in social functioning, subjective well-being, and physical health (Bakas Caregiving Outcomes Scale, BCOS), and Unhealthy Days, measured by summing two items asking caregivers to estimate

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/category/health-care/page/2/

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Blogging Stroke – Eating Healthy: Tips for Stroke Prevention

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Calorie-free, But Perhaps Not Risk-free: Artificial Sweeteners and the Risk of Stroke and Dementia; Can the air we breathe be a risk factor for stroke? Cancer and Stroke in the Young Adult; Cerebral venous thrombosis may be associated with anemia. Changes in Stroke Incidence and Case Fatality in Norway

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2018/01/16/eating-healthy-tips-for-stroke-prevention/

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Blogging Stroke – journals

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The Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation (SWAN) – a multiethnic, longitudinal cohort of peri-menopausal women between the ages of 42-52 not using oral contraceptive or hormone therapy, served as the study cohort. The cohort enrollment assessments occurred in 1996-1997. After up to 13 annual visits, women underwent carotid ultrasound

1. (1). France. France has a system of universal health care which is largely financed by the government via a system of national health insurance.
2. (2). Germany. Germany has the world's oldest national social health insurance system as far back as 1883. ...
3. (3). Latvia. ...
4. (4). Russia. ...

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/author/journals/page/7/

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Blogging Stroke – Caloriefree, But Perhaps Not Riskfree

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Calorie-free, But Perhaps Not Risk-free: Artificial Sweeteners and the Risk of Stroke and Dementia. Neal S. Parikh, MD @NealSParikhMD. the public health implications of a true association between artificial sweeteners and stroke/dementia cannot be understated. However, by no means do these findings suggest that drinking sugar-sweetened

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2017/06/05/calorie-free-but-perhaps-not-risk-free-artificial-sweeteners-and-the-risk-of-stroke-and-dementia/

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Blogging Stroke – journals

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The study was a population-based, prospective study using the Japan Public Health Center-Based (JPHC) study. Of 140,420 Japanese adults who were eligible, the study included 82,772 participants who had answered a breakfast intake questionnaire in the late 1990s and were free of prevalent stroke or coronary heart disease.

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/author/journals/page/4/

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Blogging Stroke – Author Interview: Dr. Bruce Ovbiagele on

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The article is part of a Focused Updates series of articles on topics related to health equity. Dr. Das: Dr. Ovbiagele, at the outset, I want to thank you on behalf of the Blogging Stroke team for organizing this timely and reflective series of articles. I read with …

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2020/10/27/author-interview-dr-bruce-ovbiagele-on-heads-up-understanding-and-problem-solving-seeking-hands-down-solutions-to-major-inequities-in-stroke/

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Blogging Stroke – TCAR — Evidence is Accumulating. Is It

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The thirty-day stroke rate was only 1.9% (thirteen patients), and death rate was 0.4% (three patients), and so the composite was 2.3%. In the population that adhered to the protocol (n=632), there were strokes in only four patients (0.6%). In comparison, the thirty-day stroke rate for tfCAS from CREST2 was notably higher at 4.1%, and 2.3% for CEA.

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2021/02/04/tcar-evidence-is-accumulating-is-it-here-to-stay/

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Blogging Stroke – Live Blogging from the ESC 2014: Results

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Subjects had to be free of disability at baseline and have been evaluated for thei TIA in <7 days from onset, ideally <24 hours. A total of 4798 were recruited over 2.5 years: 4581 had complete data. The mean age was 66, 60% were men, 60% hypertensive and over half presented with a motor weakness syndrome.

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2014/05/08/live-blogging-from-the-esc-2014-results-of-the-tiaregistry-org-study-presented/

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Blogging Stroke – Perimenopausal vasomotor symptom

5 hours ago by Journals.heart.org

The Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation (SWAN) – a multiethnic, longitudinal cohort of peri-menopausal women between the ages of 42-52 not using oral contraceptive or hormone therapy, served as the study cohort. The cohort enrollment assessments occurred in 1996-1997. After up to 13 annual visits, women underwent carotid ultrasound

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2016/01/04/peri-menopausal-vasomotor-symptom-trajectories-and-carotid-intima-media-thickness/

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Blogging Stroke – What’s In a Number? Looking at eGFR and

2 hours ago by Journals.heart.org

Calorie-free, But Perhaps Not Risk-free: Artificial Sweeteners and the Risk of Stroke and Dementia; Can the air we breathe be a risk factor for stroke? Cancer and Stroke in the Young Adult; Cerebral venous thrombosis may be associated with anemia. Changes in Stroke Incidence and Case Fatality in Norway

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2014/09/12/whats-in-a-number-looking-at-egfr-and-its-relation-to-stroke-outcome/

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Blogging Stroke – Stroke and uncontrolled risk factors in

2 hours ago by Journals.heart.org

Though the aim may appear narrow at first glance, the results are striking and deserve the attention of those interested in global health and health disparities. The researchers conducted a cross-sectional, survey-based study of the adult inhabitants of densely-populated Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2015/10/07/stroke-and-uncontrolled-risk-factors-in-sri-lanka-a-sample-of-the-urban-developing-world/

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Blogging Stroke – Recanalizing with waves, now hands free

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In this article, Barreto et al. demonstrate that the hands free device is safe in the 20 participants tested (intracranial hemorrhage is the endpoint). Participants presented as an acute stroke and received IV-tPA. They had a demonstrated large vessel occlusion by either TCD or CT angiogram (MCA, ICA or vertebral).

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2013/10/31/recanalizing-with-waves-now-hands-free-the-clotbust-hf-safety-study/

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Blogging Stroke – The Benefit of Targeting LDL Cholesterol

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Patients were randomly assigned in a 1:1 ratio to target LDL of < 70 mg/dL or target LDL of 100 + 10 mg/dL. Investigators were free to use any type and dose of statin to reach the target LDL and, at 3 weeks follow-up, had an option of adjusting the statin dose or adding other lipid lowering agents such as ezetimibe to achieve the target LDL.

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2021/04/14/the-benefit-of-targeting-ldl-cholesterol-70-mg-dl-even-at-expense-of-adding-second-lipid-lowering-agent/

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Blogging Stroke – Family History as a Risk Factor for

3 hours ago by Journals.heart.org

Family History as a Risk Factor for Carotid Artery Stenosis. Stroke. 2014. The impact of family history on ischemic stroke and its risk factors has been demonstrated. The risk conferred beyond that of traditional vascular risk factors, however, has been challenging to elucidate. In this study, Khaleghi et al evaluated whether family history of

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2014/07/14/family-history-as-a-risk-factor-for-carotid-artery-stenosis/

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Blogging Stroke – Uncategorized

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Blogging live from the European Stroke Conference: At the large clinical trials sessions at the ESC today there were back to back presentations from the Percutaneous Closure of Patent Foramen Ovale in Cryptogenic Embolism (PC) trial by Prof. Mattle and the Randomized Evaluation of Recurrent Stroke Comparing PFO Closure to Established

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/category/uncategorized/page/25/

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Blogging Stroke – Author Interview: Dr. Mayank Goyal on

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A conversation with Mayank Goyal, MD, PhD, Professor of Radiology and Clinical Neurosciences, University of Calgary.. Interviewed by Saurav Das, MD, Fellow in Vascular Neurology, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis.. They will be discussing the topical review “Challenging the Ischemic Core Concept in Acute Ischemic Stroke Imaging,” published in October …

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2020/10/22/author-interview-dr-mayank-goyal-on-challenging-the-ischemic-core-concept-in-acute-ischemic-stroke-imaging/

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Blogging Stroke – About the Contributors

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Currently, he is a Vascular Neurology Fellow at Wake Forest Baptist Health. His interests in the field of stroke include acute systems of care, prevention and detection of hospital acquired delirium, and patient education during hospital admissions. In his free time, he …

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/about-the-contributors/

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Blogging Stroke – Author Interview: Valery L. Feigin, MD, PhD

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Dr. Feigin: The Stroke Riskometer was developed with the main purpose of improving primary prevention of stroke on a global level. The application provides users with their absolute and relative risks of stroke, along with how that risk is modified as their health care profiles change. Users can monitor their results, chart progress, receive

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2015/06/01/author-interview-valery-l-feigin-md-phd/

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Blogging Stroke – Who gets higher rates of thrombolytic

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An essential mantra of vascular neurology has been that time is tissue. While many studies have evaluated what systems within the hospital help to expedite thrombolytic times, this study aims to evaluate what underlying patient factors, including education level, affect thrombolytic therapy (either IV-tPA or IA).

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2014/08/18/who-gets-higher-rates-of-thrombolytic-therapy-a-retrospective-study-from-a-swedish-registry/

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Blogging Stroke – Paramedics in an ambulancebased trial

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Seby John, MD. Ankolekar S, Fuller M, Cross I, Renton C, Cox P, Sprigg N, et al. Feasibility of an Ambulance-Based Stroke Trial, and Safety of Glyceryl Trinitrate in Ultra-Acute Stroke: The Rapid Intervention With Glyceryl Trinitrate in Hypertensive Stroke Trial (RIGHT, ISRCTN66434824).

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2013/10/04/paramedics-in-an-ambulance-based-trial-for-acute-stroke-the-right-trial-rapid-intervention-with-glyceryl-trinitrate-in-hypertensive-stroke-trial/

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Blogging Stroke – epidemiology and genetics

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Improved cardiovascular health and better management of stroke and vascular risk factors may be the reason for this observed decrease. Vascular risk factors have also been implicated in the pathophysiology of both vascular dementia and Alzheimer’s type dementia. Nine hundred eighty-eight stroke-free participants with available data on HDL

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/category/epidemiology-and-genetics/page/3/

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Blogging Stroke – Uncategorized

3 hours ago by Journals.heart.org

Previous studies comparing gender differences in the association of systolic blood pressure (SBP) and cardiovascular disease were inconsistent. Since hypertension is such a major risk factor, it is important to find out the potential sex differences of SBP elevation and cardiovascular outcomes from both clinical and public health perspective.

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/category/uncategorized/page/23/

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Blogging Stroke – Diabetes, admission glucose, and

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Desilles J-P, Meseguer E, Labreuche J, Lapergue B, Sirimarco G, Gonzalez-Valcarcel J, et al. Diabetes, admission glucose, and outcomes after stroke thrombolysis.

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2013/06/18/diabetes-admission-glucose-and-outcomes-after-stroke-thrombolysis-a-registry-and-systematic-review/

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Blogging Stroke – Do Long Work Hours Increase the Risk of

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The study included randomly selected adults aged 18 to 69 years from the CONSTANCES cohort. Data was obtained from self-administered questionnaires, health examinations, and physician diagnosed stroke cases at affiliated health-screening centers. The authors have categorized working years of exposures as >1 year, 1 – <10 years, and ≥10 years.

Link: https://journals.heart.org/bloggingstroke/2019/07/29/do-long-work-hours-increase-the-risk-of-stroke-an-observational-study-from-the-constances-cohort/

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