ARE THERE GENDER DIFFERENCES IN MANAGEMENT AND PROGNOSIS AFTER STROKE?

Dr. Pushpendra N Renjen, Dr. Dinesh Chaudhari, Dr. Anjali Mishra

Abstract


In the literature gender differences in the pre-stroke condition, and management and outcome after strokes still are controversial. The mean age in
the women with stroke is about 4-5 years older than in men and women are also more likely to suffer from a severe stroke. Several studies are
focused on outcome and management after stroke. More studies are needed for elucidate the changes between stroke in men and women.


Keywords


Gender, Stroke, Riks Stroke Registry.

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