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what are the chances of surviving a hemorrhage stroke?

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Dr. Marlis Gonzalez fernandez
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 13 years experience
Possible: Survival after hemorrhagic stroke depends largely on location and size of the bleeding so it is impossible to say what the chances of survival are without more information. That said, many survive and of those some with minimal deficit.
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Bad: There is a 37.5% death rate within 30 days after that type of a stroke

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What is a hemorrhage?

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Bleeding: Hemorrhage simply means bleeding, but it often refers to heavy or serious bleeding.
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What is the difference between hemorrhage and embolic stroke?

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Bleed vs blockage: Hemorrhagic strokes usually refer to bleeds within the parenchyma or substance of the brain (though subarachnoid bleeding - from an aneurysm or such- is rarely and loosely referred to as a hemorhagic stroke). An ischemic stroke is when brain tissue dies (infarcts) due to a lack of blood flo from a clot or small vessel blockage. It is not uncommon for some bleeding to occur within an infarct.
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What are causes of a vitreous humour hemorrhage?

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Many causes: The most common causes of vitreous hemorrhage include diabetic retinopathy, retinal vein occlusion, and retinal tear and/or detachment. Less common causes include macular degeneration, macroaneurysm, and inflammation, such as uveitis. Vitreous hemorrhage should be evaluated by a retina specialists.
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Info needed about brain hemorrhages in premies?

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Very common: The smaller and more premature the infant, the higher the risk for ihemorrhage. This is because blood vessels in the brain of premature infants are not yet fully developed.
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How do you get rid of sub conjuctival haemorrhage soon?

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Time: Not much you can do except give it time. If it has sopped bleeding, warm compresses may help. This will increase the blood flow to the area and increase absorption of the blood. Cool compresses will slow, as well as visine or other get the red out drops.

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