Oral# O2-06-04: Alzheimer’s disease is associated with an increased incidence of attacks in patients in the UK, 1988-2009 Associatedthis retrospective cohort study was designed to assess the incidence of seizures among AD patients and non-AD patients. The study was conducted using anonymous electronic medical records of 14,838 AD patients aged 50 years or older and 14,838 sex-matched. Non-AD patients from nearly 400 primary practices in the United Kingdom AD patients were an average of 2.3 years and non-AD patients were followed for 3.4 years..
The study found that the incidence of stroke in patients diagnosed with AD 1.6 times larger than that of non – AD patients. Were not confirmed.dence of stroke comparing AD patients to non-AD patients was age groups age groups. Patients with AD and their caregivers on on the signs and symptoms of a stroke. In this study, no safety data regarding a particular product. One of the limitations of this study was assess assess AD severity. In addition, events recorded in the electronic medical record were not confirmed. Continue reading