Greater prognostic ability with maximally treated-intracerebral hemorrhage score post-cerebral bleed

Takeaway

  • The maximally treated-intracerebral hemorrhage score offers superior prognostic estimation of functional long-term outcome following intracerebral hemorrhage.

Why this matters

    Outcome prognostication that is unbiased by early care limitations plays a key role in guiding treatment following intracerebral hemorrhage. These findings reveal that the maximally treated-intracerebral hemorrhage score provides clinically useful prognostication which could be an important tool in preventing people with intracerebral hemorrhage from unnecessary limitations of care.

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