COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE HEMORRHAGE AND ISCHEMIC STROKE PATIENTS– ANALYSIS OF MORTALITY, CLINICAL DEVELOPMENT AND RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STROKE VARIABLES

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Dr. Muhammad Nawaz khan
Dr. Riaz ul Iqbal
Dr. Muddasir shah
Shahzad Ahmad Khan
Arsalan khan
Sajid Ali

Keywords

Ischemic, Hemorrhagic, stroke, patients, mortality, clinical, risk etc

Abstract

Introduction – Heart-disease and cancer are the top two killers in the world, but strokes are the third most common cause of death worldwide. Furthermore, one-third of stroke victims are left with long-term disabilities. An Ischemic-strokes account on 80% of all strokes, while hemorrhagic strokes account for 20% of all strokes.


Aim of this study – The main aim of this study is comparing the hemorrhage and ischemic stroke patients – analysis of mortality, clinical development and relationship between stroke variables.


Research Methodology – The design of this research is descriptive and exploratory in nature conducted at the department of neurosurgery, Lady ready hospital Peshawarr . The current study included 100 patients with an acknowledged stroke incidence (57 men and 43 women). The difference of statistics between infarct and hemorrhage on the demographic & clinical variables was discovered through the use of univariate and Multivariate analysis.


Data analysis – The data have been analyzed on total 100 patients based on the two types of the strokes using various statistical tools on clinical and demographic variables.


Conclusion –It is concluded that the in comparison to ischemic stroke, hemorrhagic stroke affected a younger age group. Stroke patients with a history of hypertension had a statistically insignificant link between their hypertensive history and the occurrence of the disease, according to the univariate analysis.

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