Absorption time for hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage and the relevant factors
MA Ying-wen, LI Hui, LIU Jie, MA Ying, PENG Lian-dong. Department of Neurology, Fourth People's Hospital of Ji'nan City, Ji'nan 250031, China
Objective To explore the absorption time of hematoma from hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage and the relevant factors. Methods The absorption time of hematoma in 99 patients with hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage was observed from the beginning of absorption to the full absorption by CT. Their clinical data were collected, followed by statistic analysis. Results Hematoma was averagely absorbed at a volume of 0.55 mL per day. For hematoma less than 10 mL, the average absorption quantum was about 0.34 mL, for those 10~ 20 mL, the quantum about 0.52 mL and for those large than 20 mL, the quantum about 0.8 mL. The absorbing time had nothing to do with sex, hematoma forms, whether rupturing into ventricle, consciousness at admission, hepatopathy, diabetes, drink history, complicated respiratory infection, average daily blood pressure and blood lipid. But absorbing time of hematoma was slowed down by using anti-fibre dissolving medicine and using mannitol at a large dosage and for a long time. Besides, abnormal hepatal function at admission and a younger age were also the factor slowing down the absorption. Conclusion Hematoma is absorbed at an average volume of 0.55 mL per day. The smaller the hematoma is, the more slowly the hematoma is absorbed. Hematoma quantum, patient's age, liver function, the dose and using time of mannitol all render effects on hematoma absorption.
【CateGory Index】： R743.2;R743.34