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Weidong Zhao corresponding author
Hongxia Hou


Acute cerebrovascular disease (ACVD) induced cardiovascular dysfunction, myocardial infarction, myocardial ischemia, arrhythmia and heart failure and so on, which is defined as brain syndrome. Brain syndrome will cause not only cerebrovascular disease prolonged, but also sometimes can result in death. Our department admitted and analysed 22 cases of acute cerebrovascular disease induced brain heart syndromes, in order to achieve early diagnosis, correct treatment, reduce the rate of death from December in 2008 to November in 2009.

acute cerebrovascular, brain-heart syndrome

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Zhao, W., & Hou, H. (2017). Clinical analysis of acute cerebrovascular disease accompanying brain-heart syndrome. Advances in General Practice of Medicine, 1(1).


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