Lowering Blood Pressure After Stroke Reduces Brain Bleeding

Published on 15 May 2019, 18:15
According to UPI, lowering blood pressure could help patients with brain hemorrhaging.
A recent study found that blood pressure treatment may reduce the amount of deep brain bleeding in people suffering from a type of stroke.
Known as spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage, that kind of stroke has a 40-percent morality rate.
However, the researchers warned that their study did not show improved outcomes among patients.
Instead, their study found that lowering blood pressure following a stroke will reduce the amount of bleeding in the brain.

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