Intracerebral Haemorrhage Protocol (ICH)
Intracerebral haemorrhage is the most devastating form of stroke, with 30-day mortality reaching 50%, and half of the survivors suffers from severe disability. SITS International has created a large, international, collaborative protocol to document, evaluate and conduct research on intracerebral haemorrhage with the aim to help reduce the burden of the most severe type of stroke.
- Gain access to data on emerging treatments, new diagnostic techniques, and updated management guidelines for ICH
- Enable better follow-up and care quality assurance
- Be part of high-impact research studies in this field together with international collaborators in the SITS network
The SITS ICH protocol is a valuable tool for clinicians and researchers striving to improve outcomes in these severely afflicted stroke patients.