thrombotic stroke


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thrombotic stroke

Neurology A stroke caused by thrombosis or thromboembolism. See Stroke.
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Due to the emergency situations and limited time thrombolytic therapy needs to be initiated for the most favorable outcomes, nurse-led emergency management of acute MI or acute ischemic or thrombotic stroke may become a possibility in the near future.
A total 3,311 thrombotic strokes and 1,725 first MIs occurred out of more than 14 million total person-years of observation in this historical cohort study.
In addition, patients with acute thrombotic stroke who are taking heparin should be assayed for the presence of heparin autoantibodies.
When does cerebral thrombotic stroke tend to occur?
A: T-PA is a clot bluster, and it is useful in thrombotic stroke if given early enough.
Thrombotic stroke generally occurs during sleep; signs and symptoms are often present when the person arises in the morning.
Thrombosis (thrawm-BO-siss): a stroke caused by thrombosis is called a thrombotic stroke.
People with coronary artery disease, a narrowed carotid artery, or a history of thrombotic stroke are especially urged to consider daily aspirin usage.
More than 7 million people worldwide are treated with oral anticoagulants for a variety of clinical conditions including, but not limited to: congestive heart failure, atrial fibrillation, prosthetic heart valve, myocardial infarction, joint replacement, deep vein thrombosis pulmonary embolism, thrombotic stroke, coronary artery disease, venous thromboembolism and cancer.