Age. Stroke can happen at any age, but young people are less likely to have it. There are the following age groups:
- up to 30 years old - low probability
- 30 to 45 years old - medium probability
- from 45 to 65 years old - high probability
- from 65 years old - very high probability
Gender Men have a slightly higher incidence of stroke than women. Also, the risk group for age occurs earlier than in women.
Risk factors.The list of diseases and lifestyle listed on the questionnaire increase the risk of stroke.
Symptoms. Stroke has overt symptoms and comorbidities. A combination of these allows a stroke to be diagnosed with a high degree of accuracy.