Tag: cva (cerebrovascular accident)

Neurology

ORION-10: 58% Reduction in LDL With Inclisiran

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A second phase 3 study has shown impressive reductions in LDL on top of statins with this novel agent given just twice a year. Medscape...
Neurology

Meat, Fish, and Vegetables: New Data on Heart Disease and Stroke

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Dr Christoph Diener on interesting new results in stroke, epilepsy, Duchenne muscular dystrophy, and more. Medscape Neurology Source link...
Neurology

'Intriguing Changes' in Gut Bacteria After MS Treatment

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Significant changes in gut bacteria were observed in patients with multiple sclerosis within a month of treatment with ocrelizumab, a small, ongoing study reports. Medscape...
AI/ML

Artificial Intelligence Rivals Experts in Diagnosing Brain Bleeds – Medscape

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Artificial Intelligence Rivals Experts in Diagnosing Brain Bleeds  Medscape Source link...
Neurology

Decades-Long Drop in Cardiovascular Deaths Slowing Down

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Deaths from cardiometabolic causes continue to drop over time but are starting to plateau, a "concerning" development for the future, new research suggests. Medscape Medical...
Neurology

New ADA Update: Liraglutide for Youth and Technology Issues

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Liraglutide for youth, dulaglutide cardiovascular outcomes data, and ‘time-in-range’ guidelines inform the latest Living Standards updates. Medscape Medical News Source link...
Neurology

Brief 'Brain Training' Rapidly Boosts Neural Networks

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The first study of its kind shows that brief motor imagery training can prompt structural changes in white matter and increase functional connectivity in the...
Neurology

Overactive Innate Immunity Tied to Higher Stroke Risk

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A prospective cohort study of nearly 8000 people who were followed for 8 years identified components of the immune system that either increase or decrease...
Neurology

FDA Clears First Soft Robotic Exo-Suit for Stroke Rehab

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The ReStore system is designed like a garment that connects to waist pack and cables that help lift the patient’s affected leg in synchronized timing...
Neurology

Statins May Cut Postconcussion Dementia Risk

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Concussion in older adults is tied to a dramatically increased risk for dementia, but new research suggests statins may mitigate this risk. Medscape Medical News...
Neurology

PASTA: Does Extra Paramedic Intervention Affect Stroke Outcome?

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Enhanced paramedic assessment of stroke patients did not result in more patients receiving thrombolysis, but was associated with reduced subsequent care costs, in a new...
Neurology

Minor Stroke, TIA Diagnosis More Often Missed in Women

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Despite presenting with similar symptoms, women were less likely to be diagnosed with an ischemic cerebrovascular event, but 90-day recurrent stroke rates were similar for...
Neurology

Sustained Lower BP After Acute ICH Linked to Better Outcomes

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Researchers combined data from two large trials with divergent findings to determine how lowering of blood pressure after acute intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) affects 90-day outcomes....
Neurology

THAWS: Neutral Result in 'Wake-up' Stroke With Low-Dose tPA

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The Japanese trial was stopped early after the positive results of the WAKE-UP trial last year, precluding "any definitive conclusions," researchers say. Medscape Medical News...
Neurology

ESOC 2019

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Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from ESOC 2019 Medscape Neurology Source link...
Neurology

Restarting Antiplatelet After ICH Cuts Recurrence Risk in Half

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Restarting antiplatelet therapy after intracranial hemorrhage remains controversial, but new evidence suggests aspirin or clopidogrel can significantly reduce recurrent ICH without increased bleeding. Medscape Medical...

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