Blood pressure and smoking affect the risk of brain hemorrhaging significantly
In a recent study conducted by German and Dutch researchers, the aneurysmal cerebral hemorrhage event and risk factors provide evidence for the connection between hypertension and smoking.
Risk Factors Hypertension and Smoking
In a recent study conducted by German and Dutch scientists, evidence was found to suggest the connection between hypertension and risk factors for enzymesmic cerebral hemorrhage and hypertension and smoking. Comprehensive meta-analysis was published in the journal "JAMA Neurology" by researchers at the University Medical Center Manhymus (UMM) Neurosurgery Department, along with scientists from the Department of Nutrition, Utrecht University, Netherlands.
Special type of stroke
Aneurysmal subchannoid hemorrhage (SAB) is a special type of stroke in which blood serum filled with cerebral fluid in the brain and spinal cord is inserted into space.
As explained in the statement by UMM, this kind of brain hemorrhage occurs many times when aneurysm, a secondary extension of artery, breaks down on the basis of the brain.
Although subarachnoid hemorrhage appears to be only about 5% of all strokes, the consequences are very dangerous:
Half of the affected people are under the age of 55, after the start of bleeding, one-third of the deaths occur in the first few days of the week, and about one-third of the survivors depend on the help.
Meta-Analysis of German and Dutch Scientists Now, similar events related to parallel aneurysom-related cerebral hemorrhage have decreased globally to reduce hypertension and smoking.
The goal of the researchers was to not only light on the distinct and local spatial distribution of events of the SAB, but also to identify responsible judges responsible for the reduction of the disease.
The number of diseases decreased
The initial issue of the project was published recently, sometimes from conflict-based data from register-based or regional studies, which showed a reduction in the incidents of subchancionoid hemorrhage.
A systematic review includes metadata of all global, population based stroke studies over the past 60 years. On one hand, this study periodically receives aneurysal cerebral hemorrhage and their frequency.
Apart from this, Meta-Analysis of SBB Introducing the first time for the development of causes of blood pressure and smoking in relation to events.
Aneurysmal cerebral hemorrhage and risk factors are clear signs of the relationship between hypertension and smoking.
Typically, analysis of data from 75 studies of more than 8,000 people from 32 countries shows that brain damage has decreased significantly in recent decades:
Between 1980 and 2010, worldwide global cycorechoid hemorrhoid decreased by around 40% on a global scale. Here, however, large regional differences were found:
In Europe, 41% of incidents have occurred, 46% in Asia and 14% in North America. In contrast, in the last three decades, the SAB events in Japan increased by 59%. SAB events are distributed differently on the basis of age and gender.
Parallel reduction with the reductions in systolic blood pressure and smoking circulation
It is astonishing that the development or decrease in SAB events worldwide is similar to the reduction of systolic blood pressure and the similarity of smoker during the same period.
"The game of mind: If a drop in incidents of SAB is directly related to reduction in sealic blood pressure, it means that in SAB events, blood pressure will decrease 7.1% with every 1 mmHg drop," Chief Writer Scientific Publication, Professor Nima Atimin
"And in the context of the prevalence of smoking, this means that the rate of reduction in the incidence of SUBs decreased by 2.4%, the rate of smoking has decreased," said the head psychiatrist of Neurosurgery UMM Department.
Certainly, parallel growth of hypotension and smoking is prevalent with the events of Sabarachanoid hemorrhage, indicating the relationship for just one reason.
Current data can not be used to prove this, because these risk factors are required at the population level or at the level of individual patients.
However, the Association founding in the study supports the approach of smoking in order to control the risk factors of hypertension and to reduce the risk of nervous brain damage.
Risk Reduction of Aneurysmal Cerebral Hemorrhages
At the same time, the authors are currently investigating a scientific question whether it reduces blood pressure in patients with randomly detected aneurysms, which are not mainly treated but are controlled by imaging, have a favorable effect on the development of ninosomes.
This potential phase III study is part of the Protect-U (Germany, www.protect-u-trial.com/) in Germany, the Netherlands, and soon at various neuronal centers in Canada.
The current work also provides introductory points for further studies, the consequences, if they lead to appropriate primary prevention strategies, can actually help to reduce the risk of irreversible cerebral hemorrhage:
These will investigate the regional disagreements in relation to their events with more accurate, quantitative data on the events of SAB and its declines, age-related differences of age and gender-related events and smoking behavior. (AD)