How to Prevent a Stroke After a TIA | Preventing a Mini-Stroke A transient ischemic attack (TIA) is a “mini-stroke” during which blood supply to the brain is temporarily blocked. The symptoms of TIA are the same as those of a stroke, except that in the case of TIA, symptoms go away within minutes to…

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I had a "mini-stroke"! (TIA) John “Toast” Oast from Fishyaker.com, with a public service announcement about the importance of stroke awareness. For more fishing and kayaking videos visit Fishyaker.com or the Fishyaker Youtube channel. Subscribe to Fishyaker on Youtube: http://youtube.com/fishyaker Follow John Oast on Twitter (@johnoast): Tweets by johnoast Follow John Oast on Instagram (johnoast):…

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Rehab After TIA A 6-week rehabilitation program clinically improved blood pressure and may reduce the risk of subsequent stroke in TIA patients, Marieke Van Puymbroeck, Ph.D., tells GMNN’s Kerri Wachter.

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This is really not an ideal situation, but there is still some hope, that portion of the failed hard drives could be recovered.  In this small paper we would like to give you the directions on what needs to be recovered as the top priority.  First we will give you the scenario, where we assume…

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Making sure minor stroke stays that way Patients who have a transient ischemic attack (TIA) or a minor stroke have unique assessment and education needs. The Krembil Neuroscience Centre at the University Health Network saw the specific needs of this patient group and opened the TIA and Minor Stroke (TAMS) Unit at Toronto Western Hospital.

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