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Ongoing Projects

Ongoing Projects 1

  1. R. Al-Shahi Salman: Individual patient data meta-analysis of the occurrence and predictors of intracerebral haemorrhage growth
  2. M. Florczak-Rzepka: Biomarkers of intracerebral hemorrhage
  3. K. Krishnan: ICH and ethnicity.
  4. T. Phan: An ordinal decision tree model for predicting outcome following ICH: data mining from the VISTA archives.
  5. D. Parsons-Rich: Natural history, variability in outcomes and variation in standard of care of the ICH population, to inform sample size estimations. 
  6. T. Wu: Sulphonylureas and ICH.
  7. A. Parry-Jones: The oedema extension distance in intracerebral haemorrhage: association with baseline clinical characteristics and long-term outcome.
  8. C. Anderson, D. Hanley, A. Parry-Jones, W. Ziai, Hematoma retraction in spontaneous intracerebral haemorrhage: incidence and association with perihematomal edema. 
  9. S. Murthy, Rate of perihematomal edema expansion predicts clinical outcomes in intracerebral haemorrhage. 
  10. A. Qureshi, Effect of active cigarette smoking on hematoma expansion and retraction in patients with intracerebral hemorrhage.
  11. D. Dowlatshahi, Change from baseline to 24-hour NIHSS that best predicts outcome at 3 months in patients with ICH.
  12. K. Hajjar, Cognitive outcome measures in ICH.
  13. S. Mayer, Early Blood Pressure Dynamics and Outcomes (1) ICH volume growth, (2) PHE increase, and (3) three month outcome in Intracerebral Hemorrhage.
  14. S. Yip, Perihaematomal oedema: a predictor of poor functional outcome on day 90 in ICH patients
  15. W. Ziai, Hematoma retraction in spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage: incidence and association with perihematomal edema.
  16. W. Ziai, et al. Evaluation of Gender and Racial Demographics and Outcomes in Clinical Trials of Supratentorial Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage.
  17. JF. Scheitz et al, Statin use and ICH outcomes
  18. K. Hajjar, ICH prediction modelling 
  19. S. Murthy, Rate of Perihematomal Edema Expansion Predicts Clinical Outcomes in Intracerebral Hemorrhage

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