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A new rating scale may help improve the care of ICH patients
Intracerebral haemorrhage (ICH) has a very poor prognosis: according to population based data only 38% of patients survive the first year.1 Recently, new therapeutic strategies were suggested,2,3 but so many uncertainties remain concerning the management of ICH that we need better tools to identify appropriate candidates for appropriate strategies. In the paper by Weimar et al (see pages 601–5) a new prognostic score is presented.4 This rating scale for ICH is able within 24 h of onset to predict either mortality or the probability of complete recovery after 3 months. The model was formed using retrospective data from the German stroke data bank and …
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