Latest Cerebral aneurysm Stories
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker files resolution marking September as Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month in the state of Wisconsin at the recommendation of Brenda Schmittinger, a local survivor. Hanover, MA (PRWEB) June 13, 2011 On April 15, 2011 the Wisconsin State Legislature passed a resolution declaring September 2011 to be Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month.
TUSTIN, Calif., May 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- MicroVention-Terumo, Inc., a leader in developing, manufacturing and marketing interventional neurovascular devices, announced today the final 18-month follow-up data in a landmark international study.
SAN DIEGO, May 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Valor Medical announced today that it has received CE Mark approval for Neucrylate AN for treating cerebral aneurysms. Neucrylate AN is a liquid embolic device that is injected through a microinfusion catheter into the aneurysm.
Women who develop cerebral aneurysms are less likely to have taken the oral contraceptive pill or hormone replacement therapy, suggesting taking oestrogen could have a protective effect, according to a study.
Drinking coffee, having sex and even blowing your nose could all temporarily raise your risk of rupturing a brain aneurysm and suffering a stroke, according to a new study.
Can drinking coffee kill you? How about strenuous exercise or blowing your nose? These and other seemingly benign activities that we engage in everyday may just trigger a specific kind of stroke after raising your blood pressure.
Women who develop cerebral aneurysms are less likely to have taken the oral contraceptive pill or hormone replacement therapy.
Study Highlights: - Drinking coffee and having sex are among eight "triggers" that appear to temporarily raise the risk of rupturing a brain aneurysm and suffering a stroke. - Other triggers include exercising vigorously, drinking cola, blowing your nose, straining to defecate, being suddenly startled or angry. - All triggers may result in a temporary increase in blood pressure DALLAS, May 5, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- From drinking coffee to having sex to blowing your nose, you could...
On the cover of a recent edition of Neurosurgery, the highest circulation medical journal in the field, readers saw an artist's intricate depiction of the high-flow brain bypass technique developed by SLU professor of neurosurgery, Saleem Abdulrauf, M.D.
SILVER SPRING, Md., April 13, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The U.S.
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