In the quest for a better quality of life among the elderly, this revolutionary cellular therapy could be indicated for the prevention of cerebral ischemias, cerebrovascular accidents, and degenerative diseases of the nervous system such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's, among others.
What does CVA stand for?
CVA stands for Cerebrovascular Accident (stroke)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
They cover office preparation and vital signs; altered consciousness, respiratory distress, and cardiovascular emergencies such as syncope, seizure disorders, diabetes, cerebrovascular accident, asthma, hyperventilation, angina and myocardial infarction, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation; allergic reactions; and legal issues in emergency care, including occupational hazards.
A 64-year-old woman with a history of ovarian carcinoma and cerebrovascular accident presented with the acute onset of a severe throbbing headache with associated nausea and vomiting.
Sorry if this seems a bit nanny state to say, but can a semi-disabled pensioner who lives in sheltered accommodation after three cerebrovascular accidents be fairly subjected to the same hypothesis as a man who probably tap dances down to collect his pension?
The minister said that a poorly controlled diabetes can end up with a dreaded complications of cerebrovascular accidents or debilitating eye involvement leading to blindness.
Post-delivery, the injured plaintiff was unable to move her left side and she was found to have suffered a cerebrovascular accident.
The underweight patients had a higher re-transplantation rate due to graft failure and were more likely to die from hemorrhagic complications or cerebrovascular accidents than those in the control group.
A cerebrovascular accident is "a prime example of something with a causal relationship to pregnancy that frequently might not have been identified without either a data linkage [between birth and maternal death certificates] or a check box on the death certificate," said Dr.