UGA study suggests that lowering blood pressure following stroke may reduce damage
A new University of Georgia study suggests that commonly prescribed drugs used to lower blood pressure may help reduce brain damage when given within 24 hours of a stroke. The finding, based on a study using rats and published in the April issue of the Journal of Hypertension, may ultimately revolutionize emergency stroke care by putting blood pressure-lowering medications alongside clot-busting drugs and blood thinners as front-line medications.
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