Stroke Symptoms & Signs

Stroke Symptoms & Signs Peter D. Panagos, MD, Washington University neurologist & emergency medicine at Barnes-Jewish Hospital , talks about the importance of knowing the signs of a stroke and how to respond appropriately. Dr. Panagos explains the common stroke symptoms along with how to use the F.A.S.T. acronym to spot a stroke. Once stroke…

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Health City Cayman Islands celebrates three years of achievement

Health City Cayman Islands celebrates three years of achievement HEALTH CITY CAYMAN ISLANDS CELEBRATES THREE YEARS OF ACHIEVEMENT Caribbean hospital has treated patients from 60 countries in the past year CAYMAN ISLANDS (April 27, 2017) – Health City Cayman Islands, the renowned Caribbean hospital, has treated more than 29,000 patients since it opened its doors…

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I WILL Prevent Another Heart Attack or Stroke

I WILL Prevent Another Heart Attack or Stroke 1 in 4 heart attack survivors and stroke survivors will have another, but up to 80% may be prevented. You may not see the risk of another heart attack or ischemic stroke, but you can reduce the chances of having another one. Talk to your doctor about…

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A 53-Year-Old Stroke Patient Tells His Story – MedStar Health

A 53-Year-Old Stroke Patient Tells His Story – MedStar Health Gary Willis of Southern Maryland was riding his bike, as he often did, when he suffered a sudden stroke. Emergency responders rushed the 53-year-old first to MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital, a certified primary stroke center in Leonardtown, Maryland. Gary’s journey of survival, advanced treatment and…

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What happens inside your body when you exercise?

What happens inside your body when you exercise? We all know exercise is good for us, but what actually happens inside your body when you get active? Watch to find out, and learn more about the benefits of exercise for your heart. For more information about getting active, visit http://www.bhf.org.uk/activity

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Rehabilitation after Stroke Occupational Therapy improves strength, endurance, and arm function

Rehabilitation after Stroke Occupational Therapy improves strength, endurance, and arm function Occupational Therapy was the key component of Britta’s recovery from stroke. Occupational therapists focused on helping to restore hand and arm function, using range of motion exercises, games, handwriting and deep tissue massage, along with electrical stimulation.

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Hemiplegia 1

Hemiplegia 1 The first of a four-part series for paramedics on understanding hemiplegia. Leave your questions in the comments section. Part 1 – https://youtu.be/mN3x2inB0H0 Part 2 – https://youtu.be/ZlfXr671mNc Part 3 – https://youtu.be/gV0Z9ymYBQs Part 4 – https://youtu.be/SKgY1vpA0D0

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