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Continuum of Care: Stroke Healthy Population At-Risk Population Stroke Event EMS Emergency Department HospitalRehabilitation
Healthy Population Primordial Prevention –Prevention of risk factor development –Awareness of stroke risk
At-Risk Population Primary Prevention –Prevention of event –Control of risk factors –Awareness of stroke risk
Stroke Event Occurs Secondary Prevention –Recognition of Stroke Signs and Symptoms –Recognition to call emergency response
Emergency Medical Services Secondary Prevention –Acute Care and Treatment
Emergency Department Secondary Prevention –Acute Care and Treatment
Hospital Stay Secondary Prevention –Sub-Acute Care
Rehabilitation Secondary and Tertiary Prevention
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