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Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke Last Updated: Nov 17th, 2006 - 22:35:04

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
New Effort to Treat Stroke More Effectively
Just a small fraction of patients who have a stroke receive the only drug – TPA – available to treat the condition. Now doctors and scientists at the University of Rochester Medical Center have developed a potential new treatment that will reach a milestone in the next few months, when the experimental treatment is tested for the first time in people who have suffered a stroke or “brain attack.”
Nov 7, 2006, 22:24

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
REGARDS Study: Stroke Symptoms Common Among General Population
As many as 18 percent of adults who have no history of stroke report having had at least one symptom of stroke, according to results of a large national study published in the October 9 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. Using brain imaging to screen individuals without a history of stroke reveals that many have had an undiagnosed or silent stroke, according to background information in the article. One previous study found that 11 percent of individuals age 55 to 64, 22 percent of those ages 65 to 69 and 43 percent of those older than 85 years show evidence of stroke despite never having been diagnosed with the condition. Because awareness of stroke symptoms is low, it is possible that these individuals had symptoms but did not recognize them or that the symptoms did not reach the threshold necessary for a stroke diagnosis.
Oct 11, 2006, 05:02

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Video game for stroke rehabilitation?
Engineers at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, have modified a popular home video game system to assist stroke patients with hand exercises, producing a technology costing less than $600 that may one day rival systems 10 times as expensive.
Aug 29, 2006, 03:27

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Internal body clock dictates timing of different types of stroke
The internal body clock, or circadian rhythm, seems to influence the timing of different types of stroke, suggests research published ahead of print in the Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry. The research team analysed data from almost 13,000 patients who had had one of three types of stroke for the first time, diagnosed by brain scan. These patients' data had been collected on a stroke register, showing that cerebral infarction, where blood flow to brain arteries is restricted, was the most common type of stroke. The rate was 89 per 100,000 of the population.
Aug 17, 2006, 16:27

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Stroke Costs in US set to top $2 trillion dollars
Estimated costs of ischemic stroke in the United States in the next half century will exceed $2.2 trillion dollars. The findings are published in the online edition of Neurology, the scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology.
Aug 17, 2006, 15:50

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Agratroban May Promote Opening Of Arteries Following Stroke
A medication known as argatroban, when combined with another drug already used in the treatment of stroke patients, may help restore the flow of blood through blocked arteries, according to a preliminary study in the August issue of the Archives of Neurology, one of the JAMA/Archives journals.
Aug 15, 2006, 12:23

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
SPARCL Trial: Atorvastatin reduces recurrent stroke risk
In people who have experienced a stroke, but who have no known history of coronary heart disease, beginning regular treatment with the cholesterol-lowering drug atorvastatin soon after the stroke can reduce the risk of recurrent stroke by 16 percent, according to a five-year study led by an international team that includes a researcher at Duke University Medical Center.
Aug 10, 2006, 15:06

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Healthy Lifestyle Reduces Women's Stroke Risk
Women who are non-smokers, exercise regularly, have a healthy diet, including moderate alcohol consumption, and otherwise live a healthy lifestyle may have a reduced risk of stroke, according to a report in the July 10 issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals.
Jul 12, 2006, 05:35

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Wingspan Intra-Cranial Stent, Alternative to Brain Surgery?
New technologies, delivered to the brain via the bloodstream and guided by more powerful brain scans, are making it easier to clear up clogged blood vessels inside our heads, or shore up weakened ones. It’s brain surgery without the surgery, also called minimally invasive, or endovascular treatment. And according to University of Michigan Health System doctors who perform such procedures on hundreds of patients a year, it’s allowing many patients to reduce their risk of a stroke — including those who wouldn’t be able to withstand a brain operation. One of the newest options is the first device designed to help doctors open up clogged blood vessels in the brain. Called the Wingspan intracranial stent, it’s a tiny wire mesh tube that can be fed into the body through an incision in the leg, threaded up through the blood vessels in the chest and neck, and inserted into the brain.
Jul 4, 2006, 00:15

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Blood pressure variability increases risk for stroke death
Erratic blood pressure during the first hours after a stroke dramatically lowers the chances of survival. That's the finding of a Mayo Clinic study published in the current issue of the journal Neurology.
Jun 28, 2006, 19:10

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Triple Therapy of Aspirin, ACE Inhibitors and Statins Also Reduces Severity of Stroke
Taking the “triple therapy” of aspirin, cholesterol drugs, and blood pressure drugs to prevent stroke also reduces stroke severity if one occurs, according to a new study published in the April 25, 2006, issue of Neurology, the scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology.
May 7, 2006, 19:58

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
New guidelines offer power to prevent stroke
Healthy habits and appropriate treatments help prevent stroke, according to graded, evidenced-based recommendations issued today by the American Heart Association and it's division, the American Stroke Association.
May 7, 2006, 15:44

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Scientists seek link between solar flares and strokes
Scientists are seeking a possible link between solar energy surges and the occurrence of strokes in human beings. Neurologists who traced about 6,800 strokes and related cerebral attacks in a region of Slovakia are studying whether solar cycles, solar wind and geomagnetic storms on Earth may be somehow connected to human health.
Apr 25, 2006, 20:45

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Altering AMPA receptors improves chances of surviving stroke
A University of Central Florida researcher has discovered that altering a receptor that mediates communication between nerve cells in the brain significantly improves animals' chances of surviving strokes and allows them to remain healthier afterwards.
Apr 11, 2006, 22:37

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Innovative Stent to Open Clogged Arteries in the Brain
Neurosurgeons at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia are the first in the region and among the first in the nation to successfully use a new stent specifically designed to open potentially life-threatening clogged arteries in the brain, preventing a stroke.
Mar 22, 2006, 01:37

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Lower doses of clot-busting drug tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) safer for stroke patients
A Johns Hopkins study has shown that patients treated for a type of stroke caused by bleeding in the brain, or intracerebral hemorrhage, survived more often if given 1 milligram instead of the previously studied 3 milligram dose of the clot-busting drug tissue plasminogen activator (tPA). In the study, Daniel Hanley, M.D., a professor and neurologist at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, demonstrated that rates of continued bleeding and subsequent death can be reduced if the tPA dosage is lowered to 1 mg.
Feb 18, 2006, 19:33

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
IMS-II study: Drug-ultrasound combination increases reopening of blocked arteries after stroke
Standard clot-busting medication combined with low-energy ultrasound appears to reopen clogged arteries in stroke patients better than medication alone, a pilot study led by University of Cincinnati researchers shows.
Feb 17, 2006, 15:34

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
WASID trial - Identifying patients most at-risk for a secondary stroke
Among patients who have suffered a single stroke, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, along with colleagues at other institutions, have found that severe stenosis, or narrowing, of the arteries in the head represents a major risk factor for the development of a subsequent stroke. Patients with recent symptoms were also at high risk. Further, women faced a greater risk of subsequent stroke than men. Their work lays the foundation for further studies into effective therapies to prevent secondary strokes.
Jan 28, 2006, 12:57

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Eating fruits, vegetables could cut stroke risk
Eating a diet containing lots of fruits and vegetables could cut the risk of stroke, scientists have reiterated.
Jan 27, 2006, 19:38

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Inflammatory Markers May Help Predict Stroke Risk In Middle-Aged People
In addition to traditional risk factors such as diabetes, high blood pressure, age, and race, a particular enzyme and protein found in the blood may help identify middle-aged men and women at increased risk for ischemic stroke, according to a study in the November 28 issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals.
Nov 29, 2005, 19:28

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Measuring Risk For Recurrent Ischemic Stroke with NT-proBNP and sVCAM-1 Biomarkers
Measurement of two biomarker levels in stroke survivors may provide predictive information for recurrent ischemic stroke beyond traditional risk factors, according to a study published online today by the Archives of Neurology, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. The study will be published in the January print edition of the journal. The two biomarkers are soluble vascular cell adhesion molecule 1 (sVCAM-1) and N-terminal pro-B-type natruiretic peptide (NT-proBNP). These biomarkers along with C-reactive protein, homocysteine, renin (an enzyme from the kidneys that affects blood pressure) and lipids and lipoprotein particle concentration and size were measured in 252 participants with cerebrovascular disease, a sub-group, of the Perindopril Protection Against Recurrent Stroke Study (PROGRESS). These participants had experienced ischemic stroke during the follow-up period of the study and were matched to control patients who did not have a stroke. PROGRESS was a placebo-controlled trial of a perindopril erbumine-based, blood pressure-lowering regimen (a medication) that reduced ischemic stroke risk by 24 percent among individuals with previous stroke or transient ischemic attack. Ischemic stroke is the most common kind of stroke caused by an interruption of blood flowing to the brain.
Nov 15, 2005, 22:10

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Strokes - another adverse effect of air pollution
The risk of ischemic stroke – which results when a blood clot travels to the brain – increases with a rise in particulate air pollution, according to a study in Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association.
Oct 30, 2005, 15:09

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Carotid Endarterectomy Beneficial for Stroke Prevention in Patients with Moderate to Severe Stenosis
Stroke affects more than 700,000 people in the United States per year. A blockage of a blood vessel is responsible for about 80 percent of strokes. Carotid endarterectomy is the most frequently performed operation to prevent stroke. There is scientific evidence to support its use to prevent future stroke, according to a clinical practice guideline published in the September 27, 2005 issue of Neurology, the scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN). The guideline updates the 1990 AAN statement on carotid endarterectomy.
Sep 28, 2005, 07:35

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Gender plays a role in ischemic stroke risk
Women with atrial fibrillation who are not on anticoagulant therapy have a higher rate of ischemic stroke and face a higher absolute risk for stroke than do men with the condition, according to a joint study by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, Massachusetts General Hospital, the Division of Research at Kaiser Permanente and Boston University School of Medicine.
Sep 14, 2005, 02:26

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Estrogen’s role as anti-oxidant can explain lesser risk of stroke in women
Estrogen’s role as an inhibitor of toxic-free radicals in cerebral blood vessels may be a key reason why premenopausal women have a lower stroke risk than men.
Aug 25, 2005, 22:01

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Stroke care outcomes improve with standardized guidelines
Patients suffering from a stroke are more likely to have improved outcomes and fewer complications when hospitals use standardized guidelines for stroke care during a patient's admission and discharge from the hospital, according to a study led by researchers at UCSF Medical Center.
Aug 11, 2005, 03:08

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Survival differences after stroke in a multiethnic population
Black people are more likely to survive a stroke than white people, according to new research published on bmj.com today.
Jul 29, 2005, 14:45

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
Women using low-dose oral contraceptives have increased stroke risk
Women using low-dose oral contraceptives are at an increased risk for a heart attack or stroke while taking the pill – however the risk disappears after discontinuation, according to a Virginia Commonwealth University study published in the July issue of the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism.
Jul 7, 2005, 17:42

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
'Anklebot' for stroke patients
Clinical trials have already shown that an MIT robotic arm can help stroke patients regain movement faster. Now MIT pioneers in the field of robotic therapy are hoping a robotic gym full of machines targeted at different parts of the body will significantly improve stroke patients' movement in arms, wrists, hands, legs and ankles.
Jul 6, 2005, 13:26

Latest Research : Neurosciences : Stroke
PLAC test - first blood test to predict risk for stroke approved
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved today the first blood test designed to help predict a patient's risk for ischemic stroke, the most common type of stroke and one of the nation's leading causes of long-term disability affecting approximately 700,000 people per year.
Jun 20, 2005, 16:25


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