The difference in predicted probability of death was independent of other factors typically used for ICH death risk, including coma score, age, gender and size of the bleeding area. The study included 270 patients ICH ICH in seven community hospitals in Texas over a period of three years.

Calls a self-fulfilling prophecy? Every year, tens of thousands of people is a dreaded diagnosis: cerebral hemorrhage, or bleeding stroke. Due to a burst blood vessel in the brain, ICH kills a quarter of patients in two days, and up to half of them within 30 days. And there is no approved specific medical treatment for it – though people can recover with specialized hospital.– Validation of a Computerised 24h Physical Activity Recall instrument of with Pattern Recognition screens, will be by Gregory J. From Iowa State University on Wednesday 30th May be be presented at 5:00 clock.