Clinical analysis of acute cerebrovascular disease

Ronghua Zhao


Objective: To analyze the clinical characteristics of acute cerebrovascular disease.

Methods: 263 patients with acute cerebrovascular disease admitted in our hospital from January 2013 to January 2015 were selected as the study objects and their clinical data were analyzed.

Results: The incidence of acute cerebrovascular disease was higher in males than in females (1.8:1). The morbidity of acute cerebrovascular disease was higher over 60 years old. The incidence time of acute cerebrovascular disease was 6:00-10:00, and hypertension was the primary risk factor of this disease.

Conclusions: The mortality rate of acute cerebrovascular disease was high, and there were many risk factors associated with the disease. The prevention and treatment of acute cerebrovascular disease should be strengthened.

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