Subarachnoid Bleed Incidence
Facts about a subarachnoid hemorrhage:
- About 1 out of 10,000 people develop a subarachnoid hemorrhage in the US each year.
- The average age of someone who suffers a subarachnoid hemorrhage is 50 years old.
- Blacks and Hispanics are more commonly affected than Whites.
- Females, especially postmenopause, are more frequently affected than men.
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