Tag: "haemorrhage" at medical news
European commission grants "orphan" status for new acute myeloid leukaemia treatment
...arrow, resulting in severe anaemia, infection, and haemorrhage
during the course of the disease. Even with treatment, only about 20 percent of AML patients survive five years or more. Most treated AML patients have leukaemic relapses. Relapsed AML patients typically require prolonged hospitalisation, and thei...
New arthritis drugs less likely to cause side effects
...ronto compared the rates of upper gastrointestinal haemorrhage
in elderly users of COX2 inhibitors with those of ... using NSAIDs at all. They found that the risk of haemorrhage
with the COX2 inhibitors was significantly lower than with conventional NSAIDs. In users of celecox...
Endovascular coil superior to neurosurgery for treatment of brain haemorrhage
...00 people in western countries have a subarachnoid haemorrhage
(the bursting of a blood vessel in the brain) ever...l free of disability 1 year after the subarachnoid haemorrhage
than neurosurgical treatment. Longer-term follow up, however, is vital to answer the question of dur...
Endovascular coils beat neurosurgery for treating brain haemorrhage
...archers has shown that patients who suffer a brain haemorrhage
from a ruptured aneurysm have a significantly b...ntil the 1990s the only treatment for subarachnoid haemorrhage
involved neurosurgery to place a metal clip across the neck of the ruptured aneurysm and prevent fur...
Why trends in stroke death in 20th century appeared different to death from heart disease
...ction masks differences in trends between cerebral haemorrhage
and cerebral infarct. Stroke is usually categorised into two main subtypes-cerebrovascular haemorrhage
(bleeding in the brain), and cerebral infarction (blockage of an artery to the brain). Stroke and co...
Urgent action required to prevent 500k deaths/yr worldwide from pregnancy-related causes
... major direct causes of maternal deaths worldwide: haemorrhage
(25% of maternal deaths), sepsis (15%), abortion complications (13%), eclampsia (12%), and obstructed labour (8%). Many of these causes can be addressed by investing in effective technologies and ensuring their availability to all women in need. ...
Study suggests brain haemorrhage in babies over age one month unlikely from traumatic delivery
...touse delivery (8% risk). All babies with subdural haemorrhage
were assessed clinically but no treatment was need...w, the defence may claim that an isolated subdural haemorrhage
presenting in later infancy is due to a birth injury. Babies with subdural haemorrhage
in this study...
Discovery of the oldest remains of a woman who died in childbirth
...arean section, the mother probably died of sepsis, haemorrhage
and exhaustion during the birth, and the foetus of heart failure. The research was carried out by Assumpci Malgosa, Alcia Alesan and Santiago Safont, from the Unitat d'Antropologia del Departament de Biologia Animal, de Bilogia Vegetal i d'Ecologia...
Early surgical treatment not always necessary for patients with brain haemorrhage
...patients with brain haemorrhage. Spontaneous brain haemorrhage
affects 20 in 100,000 people every year and studie...gery could reduce deaths and disability from brain haemorrhage
when compared with initial conservative treatment. Over 1000 patients with brain haemorrhage, with ...
Diagnostic test for range of blood disorders on the horizon
...duction of blood cells and can lead to thrombosis, haemorrhage
or acute myeloid leukaemia. The absence of a definitive diagnostic test and the scarcity of randomised clinical trials make management of these diseases especially challenging. Tony Green (Cambridge Institute for Medical Research, UK) and colleagues...