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Admission hyperglycemia as an independent predictor of clopidogrel high on-treatment platelet reactivity in ischemic stroke patients [2022] - 860KB
by Haoxuan Chen, Zhenzhen Lou, Yibo Zhan, Huiying Ouyang, Guixian Chen, Changlin Zhang, Hui Mao, Xiaojun Li, Zhiping Huang, Longlong Wen, Haoyou Xu, Zequan Zheng, Yuanqi Zhao, Min Zhao
Background: Admission hyperglycemia is a predictor of poor prognosis after ischemic stroke (IS). Previous studies have found that admission hyperglycemia was related to clopidogrel high on-treatment p...

The effect of rivaroxaban vs aspirin on stroke recurrence among patients with history of cryptogenic stroke and left atrial cardiomyopathy: An analytical cross-sectional study [2022] - 294KB
by Marzieh Tajmirriahi, Reza Sarafi, Fariborz Khorvash, Mohammad Saadatnia
Background: Stroke is defined as a lack of blood flow in the brain that can cause neurological deficits. Approximately 25% of all ischemic stroke patients are classified as cryptogenic strokes, most o...

Prior statin use and intravenous thrombolysis in acute ischemic stroke: a meta-analysis of cohort studies [2022] - 386KB
by Tian Nie, Wan Wei, Minhai Jiang, Du Quan
Background: There is uncertainty whether prior statin use (PSU) influences the outcomes of intravenous thrombolysis (IVT) in acute ischemic stroke (AIS). Therefore, we conducted a systematic meta-anal...

Efficacy and safety of intravenous thrombolysis in mild ischemic stroke [2022] - 1,035KB
by YinQin Hu, Fan Hu, JunXiong Li, Qian Xiao, YangBo Hou, Zhen Chen, JiWei Cheng, GuoYi Li
Background: Intravenous thrombolysis is the preferred clinical treatment for ultra-early (<4.5 h) ischemic stroke. However, whether intravenous thrombolysis should be used in patients with mild stroke...

Effect of collateral level in CT angiography on clinical prognosis in stroke patients treated with mechanical thrombectomy after six hours [2022] - 673KB
by Serhan Yildirim, Atilla Ozcan Ozdemir, Erdem Gurkaş, Cetin Kursat Akpinar, Elif Sarionder Gebcer, Ozlem Aykac, Mustafa Gokce
Objectives: Collaterals have an effect on the protection of penumbra tissue. We evaluated the effect of collaterals on single-phase computed tomography angiography (CTA) in patients with AIS treated w...

A simple and rapid focal seizure screening tool in resource-limited setting [2022] - 527KB
by Jie-Ping Schee, Si-Lei Fong, Kheng-Seang Lim, Sherrini Bazir Ahmad, Nor-Sharizna Shanizan, Chong-Tin Tan
Background & Objective: A substantial proportion of patients were managed by general clinicians in resource-limited settings. Therefore, we aim to develop a simple and rapid focal seizure screening to...

Cannabidiol supplement reduces epileptic seizures in the Japanese population: Cross-sectional study for intractable epilepsy patients [2022] - 433KB
by Yuji Masataka, Takeshi Sugiyama, Ichiro Takumi, Hitoshi Yamamoto
Background: Despite very strict cannabis regulations in Japan, some cannabidiol (CBD) products have been legally distributed since 2013 and taken by some patients with epilepsy. However, the efficacy ...

Post-COVID-19 prolonged neurological symptoms and characteristics: A face-to-face survey study [2022] - 430KB
by Zehra Yavuz, Sabiha Tezcan, Müge Kuzu Kumcu, Büşra Ölmez, Canan Yücesan
Background: COVID-19 was declared as a pandemic by World Health Organization on March 11, 2020, and still constitutes a serious health problem affecting millions of people across the world. The evalua...

Dengue virus encephalitis: A systematic review and critique [2022] - 493KB
by Si-Lei Fong, Chong-Tin Tan, Kum-Thong Wong
Background & Objective: Neurological manifestations were reported in dengue fever. We hypothesize that the diagnosis of DEN virus (DENV) encephalitis based on current clinical diagnostic criteria has ...

Association of COVID-19 vaccination and Bell’s palsy in a Philippine tertiary hospital [2022] - 269KB
by April Grayle M Taclobao, Golden Tamon-Gayo, Laurence Kristoffer J Batino, Maria Socorro Florendo-Sarfati
Background: Bell’s palsy or peripheral facial palsy after coronavirus-19 (COVID-19) vaccination is relatively rare and presents only as an adverse event that resolves spontaneously. The increasing r...

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