A two-center study finds that the enhanced timeliness of care mobile stroke units bring to ischemic stroke applies to intracerebral hemorrhage as well.
The first reported case of an ICH evacuation with a side-cutting aspiration device performed via endoscopic approach proved safe and efficacious.
Aiming for a systolic blood pressure below 140 mm Hg following intracerebral hemorrhage can amount to too much of a good thing, a new study finds. Here’s what the findings may mean for practice.
Surgery has generally not been an option for intracerebral hemorrhage due to damage caused by the surgery itself. The ENRICH trial of a minimally disruptive surgical system may change that.