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Surgical treatment of cerebral hemorrhage in Zadar General Hospital during 10 year period
EANS Academy. Skarica R. 09/25/19; 275898; EP01136
Rade Skarica
Rade Skarica

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Spontaneous cerebral hemorrhage is form of stroke, affects younger population and has high mortality and devastating consequences on survival patients. In this study we have analysed data of patient underwent surgical procedure at our department. Between 2008 and 2018 74 patient underwent surgical removal of cerebral hemorrhage, median 65 years. 22 patients (29,73 %) were female, 52 patients were male (70,27 %). 29 patients died after the procedure (39,18 %), 18 were male (62.07 %), 11 female (37,93 %). Arterial hypertension prior to incident is found in 24 patients.
This data shows dominance of male patients including rate of deceased and survived patients.
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