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Acute spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage and traumatic brain injury are the most common causes of critical illness in the ICU and have high early mortality

high early mortality Ye-Ting Zhou†1, Dao-Ming Tong†2Email author, Shao-Dan Wang3, Song Ye1, Ben-Wen Xu1 and Chen-Xi Yang1 †Contributed equally BMC Neurology201818:127 https://doi.org/10.1186 ... . This strongly suggests that addressing these two conditions should be a public health priority and is deserving of further attention. Notes Ye-Ting Zhou and Dao-Ming Tong contributed equally to this

Risk factors for nosocomial nontraumatic coma: sepsis and respiratory failure

Risk factors for nosocomial nontraumatic coma: sepsis and respiratory failure Ye-Ting Zhou,1,2 Shao-Dan Wang,3 Guang-Sheng Wang,4 Xiao-Dong Chen,4 Dao-Ming Tong4 1Department of Clinical Research, 2Department of General Surgery, 3Department of Intensive Care Medicine, 4Department of Neurology, Affiliated Shuyang People’ Hospital, XuZhou Medical University, Jiangsu, People’s...

Metabolic Syndrome Is a Strong Risk Factor for Minor Ischemic Stroke and Subsequent Vascular Events

Background Minor ischemic stroke (MIS) represents a major global public health problem worldwide due to high incidence. The aim of this study was to investigate whether metabolic syndrome (MetS) is a strong risk for MIS and subsequent vascular events (SVE). Methods A retrospective cohort study was performed examining symptomatic MIS in a Chinese neurologic outpatient population...