Also known as Intracranial Bleeding
An intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) is a hemorrhage, or bleeding, within the skull.Source: Wikipedia
Within all the people who go to their doctor with intracranial hemorrhage, 63% report having headache, 32% report having disturbance of memory, and 32% report having problems with movement. The symptoms that are highly suggestive of intracranial hemorrhage are disturbance of memory and joint pain, although you may still have intracranial hemorrhage without those symptoms.
Patients with intracranial hemorrhage often receive radiographic imaging procedure, x-ray computed tomography, hematologic tests, complete blood count, cat scan of head, intravenous fluid replacement, kidney function tests and glucose measurement .
The most commonly prescribed drugs for patients with intracranial hemorrhage include phenytoin (dilantin), tetanus toxoid vaccine (adacel), amantadine, labetalol, mannitol, donepezil (aricept), nicardipine, plasma protein fraction (plasmanate), fosphenytoin, desmopressin, nimodipine, hypromellose (genteal) and pancuronium .
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Groups of people at highest risk for intracranial hemorrhage include age 75+ years.