Significance of the History for the Planning of Therapy After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
There is relative clear agreement that after a subarachnoid hemorrhage an aneurysm demonstrated in patients in a good general condition should be operated on as rapidly as possible. Despite a good initial condition and an operation without any complications, patients in whom there are appreciable deteriorations or a fatal outcome after the operation which cannot be explained at present are observed time and again.
KeywordsPublic Health General Condition Neurological Deficit Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Postoperative Result
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