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Intracerebral Hemorrhage 

Intracerebral Hemorrhage
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Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Author(s):

Opeolu Adeoye

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199375349.003.0005
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date: 04 April 2020

Spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) is a severe form of stroke with no proven treatments to date. However, multiple clinical trials in the past decade have contributed to the growing knowledge in the field, and ongoing trials will further inform clinical management. Completed and ongoing trials have informed blood pressure management, surgical management, hemostasis, treatment of coagulopathy, treatment of intraventricular hemorrhage, and neuroprotection, among others. This chapter discusses recent advancements in ICH, how those advancements have informed clinical management, and future directions for innovative research that may lead to proven interventions for ICH.

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