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PREVENTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS AFTER PRIOR ISCHEMIC STROKE: STANDARDS, REALITY, AND PROSPECTS

https://doi.org/10.14412/2074-2711-2010-66

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Abstract

The actual use of the principles of secondary prevention of cardiovascular events in the outpatient setting in patients with prior ischemic
stroke is analyzed. A cohort of patients (n = 109) was formed in the inpatient setting; a comprehensive neurological and cardiological examination
was made. Then information on a patient's health status, social and professional adaptation, the presence of cardiovascular events
and the nature of taken drugs was obtained via a telephone interview. These observations were compared with the results of an analysis of the Russian population in the REACH register. It is concluded that the main target for the prevention of cardiovascular events in the poststroke
period is to more strictly observe the recommendations long along with the support and control by outpatient health care workers.

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Fonyakin A.V., Geraskina L.A., Shandalin V.A. PREVENTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS AFTER PRIOR ISCHEMIC STROKE: STANDARDS, REALITY, AND PROSPECTS. Neurology, Neuropsychiatry, Psychosomatics. 2010;2(1):24-29. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.14412/2074-2711-2010-66

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