Alkhurma virus is a flavivirus of hemorrhagic fever causes because of sheeps and camels. This Alkhurma virus infection occurs when people makes contact with domestic animals, feeding and slaughtering animals, handling raw meat products, drinking unpasteurized milk, and being bitten by a tick.
Intracerebral haemorrhage is caused by vascular rupture with bleeding into the brain parenchyma. The expanding haematoma may shear additional neighbouring arteries, resulting in further bleeding and haematoma expansion. Haemorrhagic Stroke is the third most common cause of death in most resource-rich countries and is a major cause of disability. Worldwide, around 4.5 million people die each year from stroke.
BP is frequently elevated at presentation and requires treatment when systolic BP is >180 mmHg or the Mean Arterial Pressure is >130 mmHg. Continuous arterial monitoring is helpful when the BP is elevated to this degree. For patients thought to have subarachnoid haemorrhage with an unsecured aneurysm, decrease in systolic blood pressure to <160 mmHg is reasonable so long as Cerebral Perfusion Pressure remains >60 mmHg.