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Transcript of Stroke
Hemorrhage: a blood vessel in the brain is torn and the cells around it become damaged Causes high cholesterol
Lifestyle Signs and Symptoms aneurism
lose consciousness because of the severe headache
numbness or paralysis of the face arm or leg
loss of speech or trouble talking or understanding language
sudden loss of vision
particularly in only one eye
sudden, severe headache with no apparent cause
unexplained dizziness, loss of balance or coordination
By:Janet gonzalez Effects Paralysis
Coma Diagnosis physical examination
MRI’s and MRA’s Treatment anticoagulants, anticoagulants
antiplatelet drugs Drugs Change in lifestyle
Therapy Outcomes Emotional
Loss of perception
Being unable to think clearly
Bowel Problems Prevention Lifestyle change
Moniter Works Cited
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