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[Pay attention to the identification and management of perioperative stroke].

Perioperative stroke is a serious complication that leads to perioperative death, prolonged hospitalization, and permanent or temporary neurological impairment. Early identification and diagnosis is the of key improving the prognosis of perioperative stroke patients, which requires surgeons to have a complete understanding of patient risk factors, early rapid identification of symptoms and timely diagnosis. The core of the prevention strategy is delaying the operating time, reducing known risk factors, drug intervention (such as the use of antiplatelet drugs or anticoagulants), optimizing the control of the basic disease, and identifying high-risk patients in the preoperative evaluation to implement a more personalized perioperative management plan, to reduce the incidence of perioperative stroke and related adverse consequences.

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