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Which is INCORRECT regarding treatment and complications of SAH?

A. Nimodipine has only been proven to be of benefit orally in preventing vasospasm.
B. 10-30% of patients will rebleed, with 20% within the first 2 weeks.
C. Vasospasm and delayed neurological deficit peak at day 1 post bleed.
D. Hyponatremia is common due to excessive naturesis.
E. The ECG often shows non-specific changes of widened QRS, prolonged QT and ST and T changes suggestive of ischaemia.
Answer» C. Vasospasm and delayed neurological deficit peak at day 1 post bleed.
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