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Post-stroke pathway analysis and link with one year sequelae in a French cohort of stroke patients: the PAPASePA protocol study.

Stroke is a health problem with serious consequences, both in terms of mortality, and after-effects affecting patient quality of life. Stroke requires both urgent and chronic management involving the entire health care system. Although large variability in the management of stroke patients have been noticed, knowledge of the diversity and the scalability of post-stroke pathways, whether it is the care pathway or the life pathway, is currently not sufficient. Moreover the link between post-stroke pathways an...

Indications and Evidence for Dual Antiplatelet Therapy After Acute Ischemic Stroke.

The antiplatelet landscape for the secondary prevention of ischemic stroke has changed significantly over the past decade. Poststroke dual antiplatelet regimens are becoming increasingly routine as supported by recent literature and guideline recommendations. Dual antiplatelet therapy after stroke generally consists of aspirin and clopidogrel and is considered in the short term after stroke in select populations including those with mild stroke or transient ischemic attack and in patients with severe intrac...

Embolic Stroke of Undetermined Source and Sleep Disorders.

Background and Purpose- Compared with other causes of ischemic stroke, the mechanism of action of embolic stroke of undetermined source (ESUS) remains unclear, with previous literature suggesting that ESUS may be due to an undetected cardioembolic source. This study aimed to improve our understanding of the pathophysiology of ESUS through current knowledge of sleep disorders. Methods- Patients were included in this study if they sustained an ischemic stroke and completed either polysomnography or a home sle...

Exploring changing needs following minor stroke.

Medical advances have led to many of the severe consequences of stroke being averted. Consequently, more people are being discharged from hospital following treatment for what is classed as minor stroke. The needs of people with minor stroke have received little research attention. The aim of the current study was to conduct an exploratory prospective needs analysis to document the unmet health, rehabilitation and psychosocial needs of a recently hospitalised minor stroke cohort approximately 2 weeks (T1) ...

Embolic Pattern of Stroke Associated with Cardiac Wall Motion Abnormalities; Narrowing the Embolic Stroke of Undetermined Source Category.

There is ambiguity regarding the role of left ventricle wall motion abnormalities (LVWMAs) as a potential cardioembolic source in patients, who satisfy embolic stroke of undetermined source (ESUS) criteria.

Rare causes of stroke-a frequent stroke etiology.

As a whole, rare stroke causes represent a frequent stroke etiology. Since rare stroke causes affect primarily young patients, early diagnosis and treatment are of high socioeconomic relevance. In our everyday clinical practice, cervical artery dissection, which is the most common stroke etiology among patients < 45 years, and vasculitis are particularly important. In the case of vasculitis, devastating disease courses and potentially harmful treatment options complicate clinical decision-making. Non-vascul...

Effects on Stroke Metrics and Outcomes of a Nurse-led Stroke Triage Team in Acute Stroke Management.

Background Timely administration of healthcare in acute stroke, congruent with national stroke metrics, relates to better patient outcomes. A nurse-led stroke triage team instituted at our facility was hypothesized to improve metrics and outcomes. To evaluate the effect of the nurse-led stroke triage team we compared specific stroke metrics and patient outcomes before and after the program initiation.  Methods In retrospective review, we analyzed stroke metrics one year prior to the start of ...

Association of Tim-4 expression in monocyte subtypes with clinical course and prognosis in acute ischemic stroke patients.

It has been proven that T cell immunoglobin and mucin domain (Tim)-4 and monocytes (Mo) are involved in regulation of immunity, which is important for the recovery of acute ischemic stroke (AIS). In this study, the expression of Tim-4 in both circulating Mo subtypes and plasma in 32 consecutive AIS patients and 32 control patients was assessed to determine their correlation with the clinical course and prognosis of AIS. It was found that, compared to the control patients, the percentage of Tim-4 expression ...

Short-term effect of PM on hospital admission for ischemic stroke: A multi-city case-crossover study in China.

This study aims to examine the association between short-term exposures to PM, PM and PM (particulate matter with aerodynamic diameters ≤1 μm, ≤2.5 μm and ≤10 μm, respectively) and hospital admission for ischemic stroke in China. Daily counts of hospital admission for ischemic stroke were collected in 5 hospitals in China during November 2013 to October 2015. Daily concentrations of PM, PM and PM were collected in 5 cities where the hospitals were located. A time-stratified case-crossover design...

Mechanical Thrombectomy in Stroke from Infective Endocarditis: Case Report and Review.

To characterize outcomes after mechanical thrombectomy (MT) in patients with acute ischemic stroke (AIS) from infective endocarditis.

Lactational phlegmon: A distinct clinical entity affecting breastfeeding women within the mastitis-abscess spectrum.

We aimed to describe the presentation and treatment of lactational phlegmon, a unique complication of mastitis in breastfeeding women that may require surgical management. We retrospectively analyzed medical charts of breastfeeding women treated by a single breast surgeon for lactational phlegmon or the related conditions of abscess or uncomplicated mastitis (UM) from July 2016 to October 2018. Demographic variables and treatment details were analyzed using ANOVA and Pearson's Chi-square test. Ten women wit...

Effects of the Interaction among Motor Functions on Self-care in Individuals with Stroke.

No study to date has focused on what combinations of motor functions are strongly associated with self-care independence in individuals with stroke. The purpose of this study is to clarify the impact of motor function interactions on self-care independence in individuals with stroke.

Functional stroke symptoms: A prospective observational case series.

Functional symptoms are a common mimic of stroke in acute stroke settings, but there are no guidelines on how to manage such patients and scant research on their clinical profile. We explore the presentation of patients with functional stroke symptoms at admission and 2-month follow-up.

Diffusion-Weighted Imaging Patterns According to the Right-to-Left Shunt Amount in Cryptogenic Stroke.

Although patent foramen ovale (PFO) is considered to be the main cause of cryptogenic stroke, it is difficult to define "true" PFO-related stroke.

Propofol Attenuates α-Synuclein Aggregation and Neuronal Damage in a Mouse Model of Ischemic Stroke.

α-Synuclein is a soluble monomer abundant in the central nervous system. Aggregates of α-synuclein, consisting of higher-level oligomers and insoluble fibrils, have been observed in many chronic neurological diseases and are implicated in neurotoxicity and neurodegeneration. α-Synuclein has recently been shown to aggregate following acute ischemic stroke, exacerbating neuronal damage. Propofol is an intravenous anesthetic that is commonly used during intravascular embolectomy following acute ischemic str...

Incidence and prevalence of post-stroke insomnia: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Problems with sleep are reported to be common after stroke but the incidence and prevalence of insomnia and insomnia symptoms following stroke is not yet established. The aim of this review was to conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis of the incidence and prevalence of insomnia and insomnia symptoms in individuals affected by stroke. We searched seven main electronic databases to identify studies until September 25, 2018. No studies examining incidence of post-stroke insomnia were identified. Twenty...

Relationship between olfactory disturbance after acute ischemic stroke and latent thalamic hypoperfusion.

Odor detection, recognition and identification were assessed in 19 acute ischemic stroke patients who had no MRI-detectable thalamic lesions but in whom technetium-99m ethyl cysteinate dimer single photon emission tomography revealed thalamic hypoperfusion. Although these patients were unaware of reduced olfactory function, they exhibited significantly lower scores in tests for odor identification and recognition threshold as compared to 9 ischemic stroke controls that had normal thalamic hypoperfusion. How...

Serum concentrations of neuropilin-1 in women with endometriosis.

Objective of this work is to investigate, for the first time, serum concentration of neuropilin-1 (NRP-1), aiming to evaluate its diagnostic performance in endometriosis and usability as a potential non-invasive serum marker of endometriosis. Two hundred women were treated laparoscopically. After laparoscopic surgery women were divided into two groups: 120 women diagnosed with endometriosis and 80 healthy women (control group). Blood samples were taken from all women undergoing laparoscopy half an hour befo...

Establishing a Baseline: Evidence-Supported State Laws to Advance Stroke Care.

Approximately 800 000 strokes occur annually in the United States. Stroke systems of care policies addressing prehospital and in-hospital care have been proposed to improve access to time-sensitive, lifesaving treatments for stroke. Policy surveillance of stroke systems of care laws supported by best available evidence could reveal potential strengths and weaknesses in how stroke care delivery is regulated across the nation.

Long-Term Relative Survival after Stroke: The Dijon Stroke Registry.

The aim of this study was to assess long-term survival after stroke and to compare survival profiles of patients according to stroke subtypes, age, and sex, using relative survival (RS) method.

Stroke and HIV in Botswana: A prospective study of risk factors and outcomes.

HIV is associated with an increased risk of stroke, but there are sparse data on risk factors for stroke in people living with HIV in Sub-Saharan African. The goal of this study was to identify HIV-specific stroke characteristics and risk factors among adults in Botswana.

Endometriosis Is Associated with Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes: a National Population-Based Study.

Pregnancy and neonatal outcomes in women diagnosed with endometriosis were investigated using data collected from the Korea National Health Insurance Claims Database and the National Health Screening Program for Infants and Children. A total of 3,778,561 women who gave birth between 2007 and 2015 were identified, and 1,938,424 primiparous women and their newborns were included in this study. Women with a diagnosis of endometriosis had a significantly higher incidence of multiple pregnancy, cesarean section,...

Exposure to Volatile Organic Compounds and Use of Feminine Hygiene Products Among Reproductive-Aged Women in the United States.

Feminine hygiene products (FHPs) are personal care products widely used by women. A few studies have detected some volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in FHPs, but no previous epidemiological studies have linked use of these products to human exposure to VOCs using biomarkers. Therefore, we evaluated whether the use of FHPs was associated with VOC exposures among reproductive-aged women in the United States. Data on 2432 women aged 20-49 years from National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2001-2004 w...

Direct Admission vs. Secondary Transfer to a Comprehensive Stroke Center for Thrombectomy : Retrospective Analysis of a Regional Stroke Registry with 2797 Patients.

This study aimed at comparing short-term clinical outcome after thrombectomy in patients directly admitted (DA) to a comprehensive stroke center with patients secondarily transferred (ST) from a primary stroke center.

Association between microRNA binding site polymorphisms in immunoinflammatory genes and recurrence risk of ischemic stroke.

MicroRNA binding site polymorphisms in immunoinflammatory genes have been implicated as candidate biomarkers for prediction of complex human diseases. However, the roles of microRNA binding site polymorphisms in stroke onset and prognosis remain unclear. Thus, for the first time, five potential functional polymorphisms in immunoinflammatory genes (CXCR2 rs1126579, TLR4 rs11536889, ADIPOR2 rs12342, MMP-2 rs7201 and MMP-9 rs1056628) were genotyped in 657 patients with ischemic stroke. These five polymorphisms...

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