Intracerebral hemorrhage remains a challenging worldwide clinical problem with no proven treatments. In the acute phase of the illness, there has been some controversy regarding the appropriate management of elevated blood pressure. Recently published and ongoing clinical trials are beginning to shed some light on appropriate blood pressure management in acute intracerebral hemorrhage. This brief review focuses on these trials. In the next few years, it is hoped that clinical uncertainty regarding this issue will be obviated after completion of these trials.
|Journal||F1000 Medicine Reports|
|State||Published - Oct 21 2010|