Every year, 15 million people worldwide stroke read .12 Around five million of them die, suffer permanent disabilities and over five million more, account for 10 % of deaths in the Asia-Pacific region in 2004, the estimated number of patients who had survived a stroke at some point in their lives, 4.4 million in Southeast Asia and 9, in the western Pacific region.14 in the same year was first the number of strokes 5.1 million in these regions.15 this was higher than the estimated number of new cases of cancer.15.
David Prezant, MDOn 9/11 Dr. Prezant was one of the first doctors to respond to the World Trade Center, with the responsibility for triaging the injured. From that day on he treated and monitored the lung health of more than 16,000 rescue workers from the Fire Department of the City of New York , the World Trade Center dust were exposed – beginning the largest longitudinal study ever reported on occupational lung function lung function. Through regular assessments of fire and EMS Fire Department rescue workers, around the globent evaluated and documented the significant and permanent damage to the lungs that many suffered. His research into World Trade Center Cough Syndrome and the decline in lung function New New England Journal of Medicine in 2002 and 2010.
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