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Stroke Care

Stroke Care

A Practical Manual

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Stroke is common, complicated to manage, and a major health concern worldwide. However, evidence shows that thorough and organized care from teams of health professionals on stroke units leads to substantially fewer deaths and better recovery than other types of care. For all the members of the stroke team, including doctors, nurses, stroke co-ordinators, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and speech and language therapy members, this handbook provides a holistic approach to the care of patients with transient ischemic attacks (TIA) and stroke. It covers the wide range of knowledge and skills needed to tackle problems that may lead up to, or follow on from a stroke, and follows the course of a patients journey from diagnosis to life at home,incorporating recent changes in the field of stroke medicine, including the latest clinical trials. For this new edition, practice recommendations have been fully updated in light of the evidence supporting prevention (including early intervention and DOACs), acute care (in particular, thrombectomy and the role of hyperacute stroke units), rehabilitation, and long-term care. Chapter 5 Neuroimaging in stroke has been expanded to include new technical developments and the book includes a brand new chapter on cognitive impairment.
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  • Is it a stroke?; What to do in the first few days; The first two weeks; Subarachnoid haemorrhage; Neuroimaging in stroke; Making difficult decisions; End-of-life care; Rehabilitation; Hospital discharge; Preventing strokes and other vascular events; Outcomes and prognosis; Longer-term problems and their management; Cognitive impairment after stroke;
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