Andrej Netland Khanevski has looked at the rates of re-admittance to hospital due to recurrent strokes, transient ischemic attacks (TIA) and stroke mimics.
Thesis: Clinical recurrent events after incident stroke or transient ischemic attack
Candidate: Andrej Netland Khanevski
Time: June 26, 2020 at 12:15
Place: Online-based solution, due to the covid-19 situation
Link to university website (in Norwegian)
Almost 2000 patients admitted with ischemic stroke or TIA at Haukeland University Hospital between 2007 and 2013 are included in Khanevksi’s studies.
(1) Nearly 2% were admitted with a new stroke/TIA within a month of the first event. The risk was higher in patients with large strokes caused by atherosclerosis, as well as in patients with cancer.
(2) The recurrence rates were 5% and 11% at one and five years, respectively. At the end of follow-up in 2016, 14% of the patients had been re-admitted. Older patients with hypertension and prior stroke were at higher risk of new hospitalizations in the long term.
36% of the patients died during follow-up. All-cause mortality was more than doubled in patients who experienced recurrent events.
(3) Stroke mimics were more frequent than recurrent strokes/TIAs, occuring in 19% of the patients during the full follow-up period. The risk was highest the first year after the initial event. Mimics were associated with symptoms such as infections, seizures, dizziness, migraine and syncopes.
(1) Khanevski, A. N., Bjerkreim, A. T., Novotny, V., Næss, H., Thomassen, L., Logallo, N., & Kvistad, C. E. (2018). Thirty‐Day Recurrence After Ischemic Stroke Or TIA. Brain and Behavior, e01108.
(2) Khanevski, A. N., Bjerkreim, A. T., Novotny, V., Næss, H., Thomassen, L., Logallo, N., & Kvistad, C. E. (2019) Recurrent ischemic stroke: incidence, predictors and impact on mortality Acta Neurologica Scandinavica
(3) Khanevski, A. N., Kvistad, C. E., Novotny, V., Næss, H., Thomassen, L., Logallo, N., & Bjerkreim, A. T. (2019). Incidence and Etiologies of Stroke Mimics After Incident Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack. Stroke, 50(10), 2937-2940.
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