Research Article
Volume 13 Issue 8 - 2021
Time of Arrival at Oñativia Hospital After a Cerebrovascular Attack (CVA)
Isaac C*, Cruz D, Basile P, Dognibene G, Martino A and Macia J
Hospital Oñativia, Rafael Calzada, Prov. Bs As, Argentina
*Corresponding Author: Isaac C, Department of Neurology, Hospital Oñativia, Rafael Calzada, Prov. Bs As, Argentina.
Received: August 04, 2021; Published: August 27, 2021




Abstract

CVA is the leading cause of disability and the second cause of death in the world and in Argentina it is the third leading cause of death. Once fast acting occurs, decreases the consequences (therapeutic window 3 - 4.5h (TW): “The time is brain”). In our hospital environment we do not have intravenous thrombolysis with rtPA (IT) for CVA ischemic. The only hospital that counts with medication in the region is the Hospital “El Cruce” of Florencio Varela. Our studio shows that the majority of patients (102: 77%) arrive at Hospital Oñativia in the TW to receive IT to avoid the complications that occur not receiving treatment. According to the bibliography with the IT in our study: 1. 33% of the patients who arrived before 3 hours (33.66 patients) would not sequels. 2. 75% of the patients who arrived before 3 hours would be left with definitive sequelae (56,25 patients). 3. 25% of the patients who arrived before 3 hours will not be able to resume never professional activity (18.75 patients). 4. Mortality of patients in our serious study: 1) Mortality at 7 days: 6.9% (7 patients); 2) Mortality at 30 days: 12.6% (12.9 patients); 3) Mortality at 1 year: 23.6% (24.1 patients).

Keywords: Cerebrovascular Attack (CVA); Intravenous Thrombolysis (IT); Therapeutic Window (TW)

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Citation: Isaac C, et al. “Time of Arrival at Oñativia Hospital After a Cerebrovascular Attack (CVA)”. EC Neurology 13.9 (2021): 13-18.

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