Background Reports on sex differences in stroke outcome and risk factors are scarce in Latin America. Methods and Results Nineteen centers across Central and South America compiled data on demographics, vascular risk factors, clinical stroke description, ancillary tests, and functional outcomes at short-term follow-up of patients included from January to January For the present study, all these variables were analyzed according to sex at hospital discharge. We included patients with a median in-hospital stay of 8 days interquartile range, ; were male median age, 66 years and female median age, 60 years. Poor functional outcome modified Rankin scale, was present in Mortality was present in 6.
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I have family in Asuncion and speak Spanish but no Guarani. My boyfriend only speaks some Spanish. I'm wondering if anyone has any advice on driving in Paraguay. Our vehicle has American plates and is a camper van so we will probably stick out like a sore thumb. Will it be safe to drive alone or should we make sure we have a local family member or friend go with us? Hi, I think you should check the Touring y Automovil Club Paraguayo for information on maps and general advice. There are really nice places along the Encarnacion-Asuncion road.
Check ABC Color for destinations and maps jaha. As you speak Spanish, I dont think you need anyone, just make sure you know your rights 3 months stay for you and the car and you have all your papers. Dont worry about Guarani, almost all Paraguayan are able to communicate in both Spanish and Guarani. Check Out this web site also www. Gracias a los dos!
I'll check out all the links you both provided while planning our trip! This topic has been locked by a moderator. All rights reserved. No part of this site may be reproduced without our written permission. No worries. Hi everyone, We are planning to drive from Buenos Aires to Asuncion via the border entry at Encarnacion in September and then do some traveling around Paraguay haven't set an….
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It is one of Paraguay's two main lakes and the site of many leisure activities. During the summer, locals and tourists enjoyed its beaches and the landscape. As a result of the proliferation of toxic algae or cyanobacteria , the lake is the most polluted in Paraguay. The government has banned access to its waters. The lake flows into the Salado River, which itself enters the Paraguay River and receives water from various bodies, of water such as the Yagua Resau, Yuquyry, Puente Estrella and Pirayu.
Sex Differences Among Participants in the Latin American Stroke Registry
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