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  • Almost 9% of people who suffer a mild stroke will experience a second one within three months

    21/05/2024

    A systematic review and meta-analysis of the scientific evidence published between 2000 and 2021 estimates the recurrence risk in people who have suffered a minor stroke, a stroke that does not cause sequelae. The study is published by the Journal of the American Heart Association and includes participation from the Neurology Service of Hospital del Mar.

    Almost one in ten people who suffer a stroke without sequelae, known as a minor stroke, will experience a second stroke within three months of the first episode. This is established by a recent study led by researchers from the University of Melbourne in Australia, with participation from the Neurology Service of Hospital del Mar. The work, a systematic review and meta-analysis of 14 publications on the subject, is published by the Journal of the American Heart Association. It is the largest study on this type of pathology conducted to date.

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