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Introduction: Stroke is the third leading cause of death globally , act on modifiable risk factors is now the best prevention strategy. Medical complications are common in patients hospitalized for stroke , the valuation of income NIHSS , is associated with the final result in terms of duration of hospitalization, survival and discharge location.
Were determined cerebrovascular risk factors , we evaluated neurological complications during hospitalization. The FR Hypertension was the most frequent Conclusion: The multiple RF control is an effective strategy to decrease the incidence of stroke.
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[Risk Factors and Extraneurological Complications of Stroke Patients]