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Stroke Therapy with Corkscrew Device Most Beneficial, Study Suggests
Date:1/18/2010

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  • 18 patients who received clot-busting drugs intravenously (intravenous tissue plasminogen activator, or IV tPA) entered the hospital with an average of NIHSS score of 11.8 and left with an average score of 4.7, a 60 percent improvement. Patients who entered the hospital within three hours of onset of stroke symptoms were assigned to this group.

 
  • Nine patients who received clot-busting drugs infused directly into the affected artery in the brain (intra-arterial, or IA tPA) entered the hospital with an average NIHSS score of 16.1 and left with an average score of 7.4, an improvement of 54 percent. Patients who entered the hospital within three to six hours of onset of stroke were assigned to this or one of the following groups.

 
  • Eight patients who received a combination of the clot-removing device and IA tPA, entered the hospital with an average NIHSS score of 15.7 and left with an average of 10.6, an improvement of 30 percent. Two patients died. Patients who had extensive clots were assigned to this group.

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