|Advances in Stroke Care (Part 1) By UMMCVideos
Advances in neurology (genetics and medications)
Deep brain stimulation for Epilepsy
Hemorrhagic vs. ischemic stroke
Stroke risk factors
|Advances in Stroke Care (Part 2) By UMMCVideos
Stroke is an emergency
Clot-busting drugs (tPA)
Interventional radiology treatment
Role of rehabilitation
|Stroke and Stroke Prevention (Part 1) By UMMCVideos
Different types of stroke: ischemic & hemorrhagic
Why “brain attack”
TIA – Transient Ischemic Attack
tPA (tissue Plasminogen Activator)
Stroke effects — location in brain
|Stroke and Stroke Prevention (Part 2) By UMMCVideos
Medical risk factors
Behavioral risk factors
Stroke in women
Stroke in younger adults
|Stroke Overview By AnswersTV
Recognizing, treating, and preventing strokes.
|What Does a Stroke Do? By AnswersTV
How strokes damage the brain.
|Symptoms of a Stroke By AnswersTV
The warning signs and risk factors of strokes.
|Stroke Treatment: Emergency Care By AnswersTV
Drugs, surgeries, and other procedures.
|Surviving a Stroke By AnswersTV
A mother and her daughter live through a stroke.
|Stroke Prevention By AnswersTV
Controlling risk factors that can cause strokes.
|Understanding Stroke (Stroke #1) By illumistream
Every 45 minutes in America, someone has a stroke…often for the second or third time. This video explores what happens during a “brain attack.”
|Risk Factors For Stroke (Stroke #2) By illumistream
One in 16 deaths in the United States is directly related to a stroke. So, make sure you know your risk factors for having one—it just may save your life!
|Symptoms of Stroke (Stroke #3) By illumistream
Without immediate medical attention, a person having a stroke may suffer memory loss, or even death. Learn what to watch out for so you or a loved one can get treatment immediately.
|Preventing Stroke (Stroke #4) By illumistream
Up to 80 percent of strokes that occur in the United States each year could be prevented! Need more convincing?
|Effects of Stroke (Stroke Recovery #1) By illumistream
After a stroke, things change. Because 700,000 new strokes occur every year in America, knowing what may follow is invaluable to a stroke victim’s loved ones.
|Recovering Mobility After Stroke (Stroke Recovery #2) By illumistream
Walking upright, balancing the body, and even tying one’s shoes can become monstrously challenging tasks following a stroke. Learn the ways in which patients recover their mobility.