Recurrent Stroke and Bleeding Events after Acute Cardioembolic Stroke—Analysis Using Japanese Healthcare Database from Acute-Care Institutions


To understand the reality of patients who experienced a cardioembolic stroke (CES) is important because of the high incidence of recurrent stroke and the need to account for bleeding risk in relation to the need for anticoagulation treatment. We elucidated the current real-world medical care in patients who had a CES and identified the risk factors for recurrent stroke.


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