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2 major types of Stroke
Hemorrhagic and Thrombotic strokes
Types of Intracranial hemorrhage
Sources of ischemic stroke
Lifestyle changes to prevent Stroke
Risk Factors for stroke High B.P. and Obesity
Causes for ischemic stroke Fibrin Clot Blood clot
Mechanisms of Stroke Affected portion of the Brain Embolus ICA
Emotional Changes After Stroke
Living at home after Stroke
TIA and Warning Symptoms
All About Strokes Allan L Bernstein MD Neurology.
PRIMARY STROKE CENTER First Responder Update 2009.
Anatomy Ch Journal. What is the composition of blood? Plasma 55% (mostly water) Formed elements 45% –Erythrocytes (red) –Leukocytes (white) –Platelets.
ALCOHOL IS NOT THE ANSWER!!!. Alcohol is bad People that are under the influence of alcohol have bad feelings. People are more likely to get into.
HEALTHY COMMUNITY DESIGN Making the Healthy Choice the Easy Choice Name Title Org.
Evidence guiding health care. Source Kapral MK, Hall RE, Silver FL, Robertson AC, Fang J. Registry of the Canadian Stroke Network. Report on the 2004/05.
Stroke Implementing NICE guidance 2008 NICE clinical guideline 68.
Transient Ischemic Attacks Rodney W. Smith, MD Clinical Assistant Professor Department of Emergency Medicine University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI.
Noninfectious Diseases. Vocabulary Signs – something another person can see or measure… such as a fever Symptoms – a feeling of pain or discomfort you.
Training to care for people with dementia Vascular Dementia Presented By Liz Graham Brightwater Care Group.
The Burden of Obesity in North Carolina Obesity-Related Chronic Disease.
HEALTHY COMMUNITY DESIGN Planning and designing communities that make it easier for people to live healthy lives [presenter name/title here/affiliation]
Update on Stroke Management Cynthia Bautista, PhD, RN, CNRN Nursing Brains, LLC.
Anatomy and Physiology for Emergency Care Chapter Twelve Blood.
© 2009, American Heart Association. All rights reserved. A Comprehensive Overview of Nursing and Interdisciplinary Care of the Acute Ischemic Stroke Patient,
KNOW STROKE. Community Outreach & Education Community Outreach & Education Martha Power FNP-C Martha Power FNP-C Tanya Smith FNP-BC Tanya Smith FNP-BC.
Transient Ischaemic Attacks in East Lancashire 21 November 2012 Dr Arun Kumar Singh Consultant Physician East Lancashire Hospital NHS Trust.
The Value of Investment in Health Care Better Care, Better Lives.
ER Direct Case: Management of Atrial Fibrillation and Post- Treatment Bleeding in Patient with Prior TIA ACS and Thrombosis in the Emergency Setting.
Risk factors, symptoms and a plan to help prevent stroke.
Managing Diabetes: How to help yourself and your family.
ASCOT Lancet, April 2003 n=10,305 Evidence for: primary prevention of CHD and stroke in high risk, middle aged, hypertensive, male patients with TC <6.5mmol/L.
Drugs Used in Coagulation Disorder Anticoagulant Drugs Fibrolytic Drugs Antithrombotic / Antiplatelet Drugs.
Manifestations: Embolism Pulmonary artery with septic emboli in the lumen. These are composed of bacterial clump seen as purplish granules mixed with fibrin.
Lesson 1 Cardiovascular Diseases Why should you establish and maintain healthful habits to care for your heart?
Sticky Issues with Antiplatelet Therapy Goal Have an understanding, based on a review of current literature, on how to manage patients on antiplatelet.
Elsevier items and derived items © 2010, 2006, 2003, 2000 by Mosby, an imprint of Elsevier Inc. 1 Chapter 19 Hematologic Products.
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