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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
Stroke Damrongsak Bulyalert, M.D., Ph.D.
Preventing Strokes One at a Time Acute Interventions and Management 2009.
Cerebral Angiography for the Treatment of Cerebral Ischemia.
Understanding Stroke American Heart Association Greater Southeast Affiliate.
STROKESTROKESTROKESTROKE. Why Change? Improve Mortality Improve Mortality Devastating and Life Altering Devastating and Life Altering Cost expense of.
Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA)
A stroke happens when blood flow to a part of the brain stops. A stroke is sometimes called a "brain attack."
Stroke: A Speaker’s Outline Developed by: The American Stroke Association Developed by: The American Stroke Association Updated
Mechanisms that Produce a Stroke Mechanisms that Produce a Stroke Lumen ventricle Blockage of an artery (80% of strokes) -- causes ischemia (inadequate.
LUTHER VANDROSS Luther Vandross, a popular R&b singer suffered from a debilitating stroke in April 2003 and was in a coma for nearly two months; HE.
Topic: Stroke- Cerebrovascular Disease Presented by: Adeela Hussain Presented to: Dr. Leslye Johnson.
Chapter 35 Stroke. Stroke: occurs when blood flow to the brain is interrupted by a clot in a artery or other vessel. When this occur brain cells begin.
ACUTE STROKE Alexa Lauch IMG 310 Summer Semester 2016.
Face Stroke, Before it Faces You Welcome. Introduction Do you know a friend or relative who has had a stroke, or have you ever had a stroke yourself?
What Is a Stroke? Stroke is the blocking or bursting of a blood vessel that supplies blood to the brain. During a stroke a portion of the.
ALTERATIONS IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM TREATMENT OF CVA.
Regulation of cerebral blood flow Atherosclerosis.
Adult Medical-Surgical Nursing Neurology Module: Cerebrovascular Disease I (TIA)
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STROKE Dr Muhammah Ashraf Assistant Professor Medicine College of Medicine, Majmaah University.
1 Acute Stroke Care At the end of this study the participant will: –List 4 risk factors for stroke –Verbalize application of the Cincinnati Stroke Scale.
Jason C. Zydallis Raritan Valley Community College Nursing.
Update on TIA Kath Pasco October Primary prevention has been effective in fall in incidence of first stroke Major improvements still required.
Stroke By Asma Khatoon (Rph) Hospital Pharmacist at Ziauddin Hospital, Karachi.
Cerebrovascular Disease Nicholas Cascone, PA-C. Stroke – general characteristics 3 rd most common cause of death in US Higher incidence in men, blacks,
RCS 6080 Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Rehabilitation Counseling Stroke and Hemiplegia.
Stroke: Brain Attack Sudden loss of function of a part of the brain Due to a problem with blood supply.
Level 2 Stroke Awareness Award Day 1 SfC QCF Unit SCM 201.
CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT (CVA) Tanja Čujić Iva Ferček Petra Črnac Mentor: A. Žmegač Horvat.
Don’t Be Numb to the Signs of a Stroke Julia Thomas, PT Director of Therapy Services.
Ask for a smile Ask for a stretch The sky is blue in Boston Ask for a sentence BRAIN ATTACK - STROKE By: Saleem Ahmed Sangi ( )
Explaining Stroke 101 __________________ © 2015 National Stroke Association.
Explaining Stroke 101 __________________. May Is National Stroke Awareness Month Partner with National Stroke Association and help us spread awareness.
Stroke by: Katarina Batinjan Mentor: A. Ž mega č Horvat.
Sallam Fadeyi Clinical Seminar II September 25, 2013.
Recognize —Stroke symptoms Reduce —Stroke risk Respond —At the first sign of stroke, CALL IMMEDIATELY! © 2011 National Stroke Association Be Stroke.
Dr. Evelyn Chan. What is stroke? What is a TIA?
Stroke Syndromes Dr. Meg-angela Christi M. Amores.
CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation Presented by Shelly Drage.
Derek Landreth and Chase Patrylak. Cerebrovascular Accident (Stroke) A stroke is when a clogged or burst artery interrupts blood flow to the brain. A.
Stroke Association of Southern California Stroke Prevention Stroke Prevention A Guide for Caregivers.
Chapter 6 Cerebrovascular Disease and Stroke. Stroke: Loss or impairment of body function resulting from injury or death of brain cells following insufficient.
How to prevent a STROKE. An in-depth explanation of stokes by Maida Rana.
Recognizing Stroke FAST: Face Arms Speech Time. You and Your Brain Your brain: Helps you to understand information from your senses. Responsible for.
MANAGEMENT OF STROKE. Stroke: Definition Stroke is clinically defined as a neurologic syndrome characterized by acute disruption of blood flow to an area.
Stroke is defined as “rapidly developing clinical signs of focal (or global) disturbance of cerebral function, with symptoms lasting 24 hours or longer.
Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA) Stroke - Overview Third leading cause of death in industrialized countries. Total cost of strokes in the U.S. is roughly.
Stroke Condition characterized by rapidly developing signs and symptoms of a focal brain lesion with symptoms lasting for more than 24hrs with no apparent.
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