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.
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.