Decreased fractal dimension of heart rate variability is associated with early neurological deterioration and recurrent ischemic stroke after acute ischemic stroke

Acute ischemic stroke (AIS) may experience early neurological deterioration (END) and have high risks of recurrent ischemic strokes (RIS), which are often associated with a poor outcome. Post-stroke prognosis is associated with autonomic status. Recently, studies showed that heart rate variability (HRV) is an early outcome predictor in acute stroke patients. The purpose of our study was to investigate association decreased HRV by fractal dimension (FD) with early END within 72 h of admission and 1-year RIS.

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