Clot evacuation reduces perihematomal edema in hemorrhagic stroke By Peter Sergo, medwireNews Reporter Minimally invasive surgery combined with recombinant tissue-type plasminogen activator significantly reduces perihematomal edema in individuals with intracerebral hemorrhage . The finding, released in Stroke, originates from an evaluation of the minimally invasive surgery treatment and rt-PA in ICH evacuation stage II trial, which tested security and efficacy of hematoma evacuation after ICH. MISTIE II enrolled 118 patients in a multicenter, randomized, prospective trial with the aim of tests image-guided catheter-based blood coagulum removal in patients with hypertensive ICH cialis generico vs marchio .
THE BRAND NEW York Times: ‘A link representing 300 large companies urged President Obama and Congress on Monday to repeal a provision of the health care overhaul that prompted AT&T, Caterpillar and other companies to announce substantial costs for the current quarter.’ The provision will limit tax deductions for drug coverage wanted to retirees from the firms, and will cost companies hundreds of thousands. AT&T, for instance, took a $1 billion charge . Kennedy ,’ – and a part of the broader health reform overhaul – ‘sets up the first national government-run long-term treatment insurance program, which will be offered primarily through employers’ .