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Aneurysm Fast Facts
An estimated 1 in 50 people have an unruptured brain aneurysm. That amounts to approximately 6.5 million Americans.
About 8 in every 10,000 people will suffer from a ruptured aneurysm each year. As many as 80% of aneurysms never rupture.
Two-thirds of people who survive a ruptured aneurysm will suffer from permanent neurological damage.
Women are more likely to experience a ruptured aneurysm. African-Americans and Hispanics are at greater risk, as well.
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About 500,000 people die each year as a result of a ruptured aneurysm. Half of the fatal cases are in people under the age of 50.
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Aneurysm Caregiver Tips
Be aware of the warning signs of a ruptured aneurysm.
Immediate treatment is the key to your loved one’s survival. An excruciating, unexplained headache is a symptom of a ruptured or leaking aneurysm. When it occurs, seek emergency medical help immediately.