Researchers posit that adult studies on headache can help to create a multidisciplinary treatment plan.
Two similarly controlled landmark trials provide conflicting results regarding the clinical guidelines for management of acute hypertension in individuals with intracerebral hemorrhage. However, focusing exclusively on blood pressure targets may obscure a critical finding.
Researchers found that abnormal magnetic resonance imaging suggests that in patients with multiple sclerosis, headaches often precede diagnoses.
The prevalence of cognitive impairment is higher in patients with COPD compared with healthy individuals.
Researchers found data that showed, regardless of the number of headaches reported in addition to insomnia that cognitive behavioral therapy is indicated as first-line treatment.
A multidisciplinary writing group organized by the AHA Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science Subcommittee released recommendations to improve the quality of adult and pediatric neurologic prognostication studies for survivors of cardiac arrest.