Clot evacuation reduces perihematomal edema in hemorrhagic stroke By Peter Sergo, medwireNews Reporter Minimally invasive surgery coupled with recombinant tissue-type plasminogen activator significantly reduces perihematomal edema in individuals with intracerebral hemorrhage . The finding, published in Stroke, originates from an analysis of the minimally invasive medical operation and rt-PA in ICH evacuation stage II trial, which tested security and efficacy of hematoma evacuation after ICH.'Statement Cards' Are Out In Time For Open Enrollment The California Workplace of the Patient Advocate Wednesday released survey cards that rate main health programs on selected clinical treatment services, including cancer treatment, mental health, persistent disease patient and management satisfaction. The assessments, such as data on chosen medical groups also, are available on the web in multiple languages. The state timed the discharge of the year's survey cards to coincide with the second round of open enrollment in Covered California, the state's online wellness exchange, which kicks off Nov.