Women are almost 40% more likely to die one year after stroke compared to men, according to the latest findings from the Australian Stroke Clinical Registry (AuSCR). Poorly managed CVD – particularly atrial fibrillation – was highlighted as a major factor leading to the disparity in new research published in the Journal of Women’s Health. ...
Poorly managed CVD explains gender disparity in stroke outcomes
By Sunalie Silva
17 Mar 2021