Predisposing factors for rebleeding after Aneurysmal SAH

Large quantity of blood in the subarachnoid room from the initial SAH

Poor neurologic standing owing to the devastation caused by the initial SAH

Short interval from the at the head hemorrhage

Female gender: women rebleed two times as frequently as men

Older verge of life and poor general medical condition

Systemic hypertension: the exposure to harm of rebleeding is directly related to the constant’s systolic blood pressure

Multiple anterior episodes of rebleeding that increase the likelihood of subsequent rupture and death

Presence of either an intracerebral or intraventricular hematoma

Abnormal clotting parameters

Posterior money aneurysms

Ref: Philippa Newfield, Audrée A. Bendo, Handbook of Neuroanesthesia, 4th Edition, 2007 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

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