Ischemic penumbra as a trigger for intracranial pressure rise: a potential cause for collateral failure and infarct progression?
Intracranial pressure and collateral blood flow
Intracranial pressure elevation reduces flow through collateral vessels and the penetrating arterioles they supply. A possible explanation for 'collateral failure' and infarct expansion after ischemic stroke
Perfusion computed tomography to assist decision making for stroke thrombolysis
- Bivard, Andrew, Levi, Christopher, Zhang, Jingfen, Jannes, Jim, Dong, Qiang, Parsons, Mark, Lin, Longting, Cheng, Xin, Aviv, Richard, Spratt, Neil J., Lou, Min, Kleinig, Tim, O'Brien, Billy, Butcher, Kenneth
- Demuth, Hans-Ulrich, Dijkhuizen, Rick M., Otte, Willem M., Petzold, Gabor C., Plesnila, Nikolaus, Reiser, Georg, Reymann, Klaus G., Rueger, Maria A., Saur, Dorothee, Savitz, Sean I., Schilling, Stephan, Spratt, Neil J., Farr, Tracy D., Gelderblom, Mathias, Horsburgh, Karen, Iadecola, Costantino, Mcleod, Damian D., Michalski, Dominik, Murphy, Tim H., Orbe, Josune
YouTube as a resource for evaluating the unmet needs of caregivers of stroke survivors
"This is our life now. Our new normal": A qualitative study of the unmet needs of carers of stroke survivors
Development of an online secondary prevention programme for stroke survivors: Prevent 2nd Stroke
- Denham, Alexandra M. J., Guillaumier, Ashleigh, Callister, Robin, Wallis, Mark, Wynne, Olivia, Bonevski, Billie, McCrabb, Sam, Turner, Alyna, Baker, Amanda L., Spratt, Neil J., Pollack, Michael, Magin, Parker, Oldmeadow, Christopher, Collins, Clare
The unmet needs of carers of stroke survivors: an evaluation of Google search results
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