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1- neurosurgery department- urumia university of medical sciences, urumia - emamkhomeyni hospital
2- neurosurgery department- urumia university of medical sciences ,
3- eurosurgery department- urumia university of medical sciences, urumia - emam khomeyni hospital
4- neurosurgery department of tabriz university of medical sciences, tabriz- emam reza hospital
5- student research committee - arak university of medical sciences, arak university of medical sciences
Abstract:   (37 Views)
background and  aim of study
Sub Arachnoid hemorrhage usually occurs as a result of ruptured brain aneurysm or an arterial venous malformation. As, these patients are often admitted to the ICU because of the critical condition and secondary complications management is one of the challenging therapeutic issues of these patients during ICU admission, in this study, the frequency of complications of patients with SAH was investigated, who were admitted in ICU of Imam Khomeini Hospital of Urmia within a 7-year period.
Methods and materials
 In this study, the information and clinical complications of the disease (anemia, fever, hyperglycemia, hypertension, electrolyte imbalance, and cardiac arrhythmia) were extracted out of the medical records of the patients with SAH admitted in ICU. Finally, the recorded data were analyzed using SPSS 21 software.
The statistical population is the patients of Imam Khomeini Hospital in Urmia and the statistical sample number is 483 patients with SAH. 183 (37.9%) out of total samples had anemia, 174 individuals (36%) were suffering from fever, 204patients (42.2%) were indulged with hypertension.111 patients (23%) had hyperglycemia, 54 individuals (11.2%) were suffering from sodium disorder. Also, 131 individuals (27.1%) had cardiac arrhythmias.
 The results show that the most common complications after SAH are hypertension, anemia and fever. Furthermore, there was a significant correlation between cardiac arrhythmias and sodium and hyperglycemia disorders with the outcome of patients.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Basic Neurosurgery
* Corresponding Author Address: urumia - emamkhomeyni hospital

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