Infection & Diagnosis of Stoke

Acute and chronic infectious diseases are considered as risk factors for stroke other than established risk factors. Basically, acute respiratory tract infection and urinary tract infections independently increase the risk of Ischemic stroke. Within three days of infection, the risk for Ischemic stroke is shown to be higher and the risk gradually decreases when time interval between infection and stroke increases.

Stroke patients should be treated at hospital three hours prior to the first symptom. The best methods of diagnosis are Physical examination, Blood tests, CT scan, MRI scan.

  • Track 1-1 Clinical Trails and Case Reports
  • Track 2-2 Risk of Myocardial infraction
  • Track 3-3 Inflammatory Risk Factors
  • Track 4-4 Biomarkers in Ischemic Stroke
  • Track 5-5 Role of Carotid ultrasound in diagnosis
  • Track 6-6 Role of Cerebral angiogram in diagnosis
  • Track 7-7 Role of Echocardiogram in diagnosis
  • Track 8-8 Role of Echocardiogram in diagnosis

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