• Publications
  • Influence
Elevated Total Homocysteine Levels in Acute Ischemic Stroke Are Associated With Long-Term Mortality
It is suggested that elevated tHcy levels in the acute phase of an ischemic stroke can predict mortality, especially in stroke patients with the large-vessel atherosclerosis subtype. Expand
Prevalence of Stroke and Vascular Risk Factors in China: a Nationwide Community-based Study
Stroke and related vascular risk factors remains a major public threat in China and effective primary preventive strategies that aimed at reducing the burden of stroke and its risk factors are urgently needed. Expand
Prevalence of Dementia and Main Subtypes in Rural Northern China
High rates of dementia and AD were found in the rural areas of northern China and a higher educational level and engagement in social activities were identified as protective factors against both AD and VaD. Expand
Prevalence and risk factors for dyslipidemia among adults in rural and urban China: findings from the China National Stroke Screening and prevention project (CNSSPP)
The need to intensify intervention programs to manage dyslipidemia and risk factors should be prioritized, as overweight, obesity, central obesity and diabetes were associated with dyslipidemias. Expand
Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome following red blood cells transfusion: a case series of 7 patients
Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome is a rare complication as a result of blood transfusion in patients with chronic severe anemia and should be considered in patients who show severe headache or neurologic deficits after transfusion. Expand
Prevalence and Clinical Predictors of Cognitive Impairment in Individuals Aged 80 Years and Older in Rural China
  • Zhihong Shi, Ying Zhang, +9 authors Y. Ji
  • Medicine
  • Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders
  • 27 July 2013
Female gender and a history of a previous stroke increased the risk of cognitive impairment (CI), while a higher educational level and engagement in social activities reduced therisk of CI. Expand
Prevalence of primary headache disorders in a population aged 60 years and older in a rural area of Northern China
The results of this study indicated that women are more likely to have primary headache than men, and participants who had heart disease were more likely than healthy participants to experience primary headache, tension-type headache, chronic headache, and unclassified headache. Expand
Stroke prevention and control system in China: CSPPC-Stroke Program
The CSPPC Stroke program has led to a significant improvement in stroke care, and this program needs to be further promoted nationwide. Expand
Prevalence of Cognitive Impairment No Dementia in a Rural Area of Northern China
This is the first large-scale community-based epidemiological study assessing the prevalence of cognitive loss in the rural Chinese population and found that living without a partner, female gender and previous stroke increased the risk of CIND, whereas a higher level of education and engagement in social activities reduced the risk. Expand
Carotid Atherosclerosis Detected by Ultrasonography: A National Cross‐Sectional Study
CA was highly prevalent in a middle‐aged and older Chinese population and shows the potential clinical importance of focusing on primary prevention of atherosclerosis progression. Expand