Depicts the gender wise distribution of stroke patients. Out of 40 patients, 24
are males and 16 are females.
Graph-2 depicts the distribution of
drugs prescribed for stroke patient’s .Most commonly prescribed drugs are
Clopidogrel+aspirin, strocit, ecosporin, optineuron forte and storvas. Distribution
of drugs in percentage are Clopidogrel+aspirin ( 72.5%) , Strocit (37.5%) , Ecosporin
(20%), Optineuron forte (32.5%) and Storvas
ASPRIN + OPTINEURON FORTE,
ASPRIN + STORVAS,
FORTE + STORVAS.
depicts the drug combinations in which storvas can be combined with strocit, Clopidogrel+aspirin,
Optineuron forte and neurobione forte.
the comorbidities associated with stroke
percentage which are Epilepsy(50%), Diabetes(45%), systemic hypertension
(77.5%) ,CCF-Chronic cardiac failure (95%),Gastric ulcer(75%) and other
condition such as infection, respiratory problems(82.5%).
This study was done to assess the prescription
pattern of commonly used drugs in stroke patients in Saveetha medical college
in Chennai. In this study, 40 stroke patients were included. Risk factors of
stroke are obesity (>30kg/m2), hypertension, chronic cardiac failure and
physical inactivity. Most commonly prescribed drugs are Clopidogrel+aspirin,
strocit, ecosporin, optineuron forte and storvas (to decrease cholesterol level.
Clopidogrel + aspirin is used more
commonly than strocit. In this study, drug combination prescribed for the
patients are mentioned.
this study, Comorbidities associated with stroke includes Epilepsy, Systemic
hypertension, CCF, Diabetes, Gastric ulcer. From previous studies, the
associated comorbidities with diabetes are hypertension, UTI, COPD.
is a deadly disease with no known curable treatments. However, its
complications can be reduced through proper awareness and timely treatment. It
is important to keep the blood cholesterol levels of patients under strict
control for avoiding the complications. Since it is associated with morbidity
and mortality, it requires appropriate treatment for better life which aids in
drug prescription. This study shows that Clopidogrel+aspirin (72.5%) and
Strocit (37.5%) is the commonly prescribed drug than optineuron forte (32.5%)
and Ecosporin (20%). Strovas (70%) is the most common drug prescribed to
decrease the blood cholesterol level. The treatment should aim at reducing the
incidence of secondary stroke attack with drug combination therapy.