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moždani udar 72
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eng Gender differences in stroke
MOROVIĆ, SANDRA; RUNDEK, TATJANA; DEMARIN, VIDA
Periodicum biologorum Vol. 114, No. 3, 2012
Everyone is aware ofmany differences betweenmen andwomen in everyday life. But, howdifferent arewe in copingwith diseases?Nowadays, results of stroke studies more often point out gender differences. It has been shown that men and women have a different profile of vascular risk factors, different response to medical treatment, therapeutic interventions, as well as post-stroke disability and care. Data have shown women to be significantly older than men when stroke occurs, more likely to suffer cardioembolic stroke and have atrial fibrillation as...
Hrčak ID: 96122
eng The Incidence of Stroke in Baranya County (East Croatia)
Marjanović, Ksenija; Soldo-Butković, Silva; Kralj, Miroslava; Soldo, Ivan; Marjanović, Mirjana; Hanzer, Nives; Gmajnić, Rudika; Glasnović, Marija; Timara, Jasna
Collegium antropologicum Vol. 27, No. 2, 2003
The aim of this retrospective study was to provide a survey of the incidence of stroke in Baranya, Croatia, on patients examined at Beli Manastir Health Center Department of Emergency from November 1, 1997 (the time of Baranya reintegration into the legal system of the Republic of Croatia after the war) till December 31, 2001. A total of 513 patients with symptoms of cerebrovascular diseases, or one patient every third day on an average, were examined. Total incidence of stroke was 16.09 per 10,000 population. The majority of patients wer...
Hrčak ID: 28184
eng Pediatric ischemic stroke – an unlikely diagnosis: a report of three cases
BURKOJUS, DOVYDAS; GURSKIS, VAIDOTAS; ENDZINIENĖ, MILDA; LAURYNAITIENĖ, JŪRATĖ; KONDRATAS, TOMAS
Signa vitae Vol. 15, No. 2, 2019
Pediatric ischemic stroke is a rare and devastating disease. A patient presenting with acute neurological deficit should raise suspicion of a possible stroke. However, stroke “mimics” account for a majority of suspected stroke cases in childhood. We present three cases of pediatric acute ischemic stroke, two of which are arterial, and one caused by thrombosis of venous sinuses. In the first case, we present a 16-year old male patient was admitted to our hospital due to a rare Artery of Percheron occlusion. The second case represents a 17-year o...
Hrčak ID: 227951
eng Recommendations for Stroke Management 2006 Update
Demarin, Vida; Lovrenčić-Huzjan, Arijana; Trkanjec, Zlatko; Vuković, Vlatka; Vargek Solter, Vesna; Šerić, Vesna; Lušić, Ivo; Kadojić, Dragutin; Bielen, Ivan; Tuškan-Mohar, Lidija; Aleksić-Shibabi, Anka; Dikanović, Marinko; Hat, Josip; DeSyo, Drago; Lupret, Velimir; Beroš, Vili
Acta clinica Croatica Vol. 45, No. 3, 2006
This article brings an update of the Recommendations for Stroke Management, first published in this journal in 2001. The Recommendations are consistent with the Recommendations of three European societies represented Iri the European Stroke Initiative: the European Stroke Council, the European Neurological Society, and the European federation of Neurological Societies, and are in concordance with the Guidelines of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association Council on Stroke, approved by the American Academy of Neurology. The Rec...
Hrčak ID: 14067
eng Why Corticosteroids are not Recommended in Stroke Management
Acta clinica Croatica Vol. 51, No. Supplement 2, 2012
Hrčak ID: 106335
eng The Evaluation of the Stroke Unit in Croatia at the University Hospital »Sestre milosrdnice«, Zagreb: 1995–2006 Experience
Supanc, Višnja; Vargek-Solter, Vesna; Bašić-Kes, Vanja; Breitenfeld, Tomislav; Ramić, Senad; Zavoreo, Iris; Jergović, Krešmir; Šetić, Mia; Biloglav, Zrinka; Demarin, Vida
Collegium antropologicum Vol. 33, No. 4, 2009
This study evaluate the effects of the Stroke Unit (SU) in Croatia by comparing the in-hospital case fatality rate in the period before (1995–2000) and after (2001–2006) the implementation of SU and to compare the prevalence of risk factors, such as hypertension, diabetes mellitus (DM), atrial fibrillation (AF) and ischemic heart disease (IHD) among the patients who died. The study was conducted in twelve-year period during which 10 901 stroke patients were admitted to hospital and 1 818 of them died. The endpoints were in-hospital case fatalit...
Hrčak ID: 51506
hrv Retrospektivna analiza pacijenata s moždanim udarom liječenih na Odjelu neurologije OB-a Šibenskokninske županije u razdoblju od 1996. do 2015.
eng Retrospective Analysis of Stroke Patients Treated at the Department of Neurology of the Šibenik-Knin County General Hospital from 1996 to 2015
Aleksić Shihabi, Anka
Medicus Vol. 28, No. 1 Neurologija, 2019
U razdoblju od 1996. do 2015. godine na Odjelu neurologije OB-a Šibensko-kninske županije liječeno je 15.530 pacijenata, a od toga 7948 od moždanog udara (MU). Ishemijski MU imalo je 6246 (79,2%) pacijenata, 740 (9,4%) hemoragijski MU, a 900 (11,4%) ih je liječeno pod dijagnozom TIA-e. Od ukupnog broja pacijenata koji su doživjeli MU njih 3857 (48,5%) bilo je muškog spola, a 4091 (51,5%) ženskoga. Srednja dob pacijenata bila je 72,5 godina 1996. i povisivala se do 75,5 godina 2015. godine. Broj liječenih od MU-a povećavao se tijekom godina, tak...
Hrčak ID: 216824
hrv Perinatalni moždani udar – faktori rizika, klinička prezentacija i ishod
eng Perinatal stroke – risk factors, presentation and outcome
Martić, Jelena; Kojović, Jelena
Liječnički vjesnik Vol. 145, No. Supp 1, 2023
Perinatalni moždani udar predstavlja akutni neurološki sindrom s kroničnim sekvelama, nastao uslijed oštećenja moždanog parenhima vaskularne prirode. Prema neuroradiološkom nalazu i vremenu kliničkog izražavanja razlikuju se: akutni, simptomski perinatalni infarkt, koji nastaje i izražava se u prvih 28 dana po rođenju i pretpostavljeni perinatalni infarkt, koji je nastao prenatalno, a izražava se odloženo, u vidu kroničnog, fokalnoga neurološkog oštećenja. Napredak u razumijevanju etiologije perinatalnoga cerebralnog infarkta može povoljno utje...
Hrčak ID: 300865
eng Characteristics of Stroke in Young Adults in Tuzla Canton, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Smajlović, Dževdet; Salihović, Denisa; Ibrahimagić, Omer Ć.; Sinanović, Osman
Collegium antropologicum Vol. 37, No. 2, 2013
The aim of the study was to analyze stroke in young adults in Tuzla Canton, Bosnia and Herzegovina. From January 2001 to December 2005, 3864 patients with first-ever stroke were admitted at the Department of Neurology Tuzla. A retrospective analysis of risk factors, stroke types, severity and one month outcome in all young adults (18–45 years of age) with first-ever stroke was carried out. Out of total, there were 154 (4%) young adults with stroke. Mean age was 38.8±5.7 years and 47% were women. The leading risk factors were smoking (56%) and h...
Hrčak ID: 104522
eng Enhancement of stroke recovery by music
ANTIĆ, SONJA; MOROVIĆ, SANDRA; BAŠIĆ KES, VANJA; ZAVOREO, IRIS; JURAŠIĆ, MILJENKA JELENA; DEMARIN, VIDA
Periodicum biologorum Vol. 114, No. 3, 2012
The connection of musical sounds and the brain functions is a major challenge of modern neuroscience. It has long been proven that music has a psychological effect on human beings, including induction and modification of cognitive states,moods and emotion. Brain activity,metabolismand blood flow are closely linked. Cognitive activation leads to metabolic changes in specific cortical centres. Consequently, any change in cognitive cortical activity reflects in blood flow velocity. This is especially important in patients recovering from stroke....
Hrčak ID: 96703