Pain spots of post stroke patients: Depression, sleep apnea and cognition impairment
SHI Yanying1, ZHANG Xiaoxiao1, YU Ping1, ZHANG Ning2, WANG Chunxue2
1. Graduate School of Capital Medical University, Beijing 100069, China;
2. Department of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Psychology, Beijing Tiantan Hospital, Capital Medical University, Beijing 100050, China
Abstract：The mortality of post-stroke patients has declined remarkably with the development of treatment for cerebrovascular diseases. But the long-term survived patients often suffer from great trouble of mental disorder, sleep apnea and cognitive impairment, as three common complications, and they influence their life quality deeply. Post-stroke depression has a low diagnose rate, it is important to be diagnosed in time and to be treated with psychotherapy, medicine and rehabilitation training. The sleep apnea can influence the rate of recurrence for the stroke. Polysomnography is needed, and the CPAP is an available treatment. The cognitive impairment is an important factor related to prognosis. These complications should be understood and a positive treatment should be taken, or the risk of recurrence will be increased, as well as the risk of death, and disability, and great adverse effects with respect to patients' life quality, social relationship and function.
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