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    • Stroke is a group of diseases caused by sudden rupture of cerebral blood vessels or disturbance of blood circulation caused by vascular occlusion. It has the characteristics of high incidence, high disability rate and high mortality, and it’s one of the most important etiology of death in our country. Research showed that the incidence of stroke could be reduced through adjusting the risk factors in about 70% to 80% of patients. Stroke could be prevented through early screening, early diagnosis and treatment, which has important clinical significance and social value.

    • Typical symptoms include dysarthria, squabble, limb weakness, sensory abnormalities, hemianopia, gaze paralysis, gait ataxia, etc.


      The following table shows the major risk factors of stroke.


      Those with three or more of the "eight" stroke risk factors, or with any one of the "two", are defined as high-risk population of stroke.


      Those with less than three risk factors and with history of hypertension, diabetes, atrial fibrillation or valvular heart disease are defined as moderated-risk population of stroke.


      People with less than three risk factors and no history of hypertension, diabetes, atrial fibrillation or valvular heart disease are define as low-risk population of stroke.


      Risk factors and criteria of stroke in "eight + two" items.


      Risk factors

      Criteria

      “Eight”

      Hypertension

      Meet any of the following:  Past medical history of hypertension, measurements show elevated blood pressure (systolic blood pressure greater than or equal to 140mmHg or diastolic blood pressure greater than or equal to 90mmHg)

      Atrial fibrillation or valvular heart disease

      Meet any of the following: Past medical history of atrial fibrillation, the ECG shows atrial fibrillation.

      Smoking

      Active smoking

      Smokers who have smoked continuously or accumulated for more than 6 months in their lifetime.

       

      Quit smoking

      Smokers who quit smoking at the time of the survey and persisted for more than 6 months.

      Dyslipidemia

      Meet any of the following:  Past medical history of  dyslipidemia; measurements show total cholesterol ≥6.22mmol/L (240mg/dl), triglyceride ≥ 2.26mmol/L (200mg/dl), high density lipoprotein 1.04mmol/L.

      Diabetes

      Meet any of the following: Past medical history of diabetes; measurement shows that blood glucose is elevated, random blood glucose is ≥ 11mmol/L or fasting blood glucose is ≥ 7.0mmol/L.

      Seldom doing exercise

      Regular exercise is defined as moderate-intensity exercise at least 30 minutes a day, on 5 or more days of the week or engaged in moderate or heavy physical workers. On the contrary, it is defined as lack of exercise.

      Overweight or obesity

       

      BMI between 25.0 to 29.9 kg/m2 means Overweight.

      BMI ≥30 kg/m2 means Obesity

      For Asian population  

      BMI between 24.0 to 27.9 kg/m2 means Overweight

      BMI ≥28 kg/m2 means Obesity

      Body mass indexBMI = weight (Kg) / height 2 (m2)

      Family history of Stroke

      Immediate family members (parents or biological siblings) have had a stroke.

      “Two”

      Past medical history of Stroke

      Including ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke, it should be noted when taking medical history: symptoms of neurological impairment at the time of onset can be recognized as a history of stroke; symptomatic lacunar infarction can also be regarded as a history of stroke (imaging diagnosis of lacunar infarction alone cannot be regarded as a history of stroke).

      TIA- transient ischemic attack

      TIA is a transient episode of neurologic dysfunction caused by focal brain, spinal cord, or retinal ischemia, without acute infarction

       

    • Cerebrovascular Disease Clinic of JIH

      1. Provide super-early intravenous thrombolytic therapy for patients with acute stroke.


      2. Provide primary prevention by risk factor screening


      3. Provide professional medical guidance and management for stroke patients, improve clinical prognosis and reduce the recurrence rate of stroke.


      At the same time, basic packages and personalized packages for cerebrovascular disease assessment have been developed to provide best services at the most preferential prices.

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      Hao Duan, MD,PhD

      Department:
      Neurology
      Sleep Medicine Clinic
      Cerebrovascular Diseases Clinic
      Cognitive impairment clinic
      Location:
      Jiahui International Hospital
      Languages:
      普通话,  English
      Doctor's bio

      Dr. Hao DUAN now serves as a neurologist at Jiahui Health. She obtained master degree of Neurology from Shanghai J...

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      May TANG, MD

      Department:
      Neurology
      Sleep Medicine Clinic
      Cerebrovascular Diseases Clinic
      Location:
      Jiahui International Hospital
      Languages:
      普通话,  English
      Doctor's bio

      Dr. May TANG obtained her medical degree (MBBS) from Shanghai Second Medical University in 1998, then she worked a...

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    • Affordable prices set your mind at ease

      Service Name Price Unit Price
      Specialist consultation fee per visit 500-1500

      * Consultation fee is determined by clinicians according to the complexity of the patient’s condition. Jiahui Health reserves the right to interpret and adjust prices. All prices in RMB.

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