By: Dr Kinjal Doshi, Principal Psychologist at Singapore General Hospital A stroke impacts each individual differently depending on the type and severity. Regardless, each individual who has had a stroke recognises that they cannot return to living their lives as they did before the stroke. For many, surviving a stroke means having to make changes to […]
What is a stroke? How do you recognise the signs of a stroke? What should you do when you have a stroke? What can you expect when the ambulance arrives? What are the treatments for stroke? Find out more from this article by the ACLS Training Center.
Stroke Patient is designed specifically for patients recovering from a stroke, their families and their friends. It helps to explain strokes, available treatments and the hospital care process. The app, created by a team of stroke specialists, provides easy-to-understand information on strokes and emergency stroke treatments.
This e-book is an easy-to-read guide on stroke put together by healthcare professionals, stroke associations, and healthcare partners. The guide aims to provide a better understanding of stroke, its accompanying problems, available therapies, and advice on coping long-term with the condition.
Stroke can be a devastating event for patients and their families. Learn what happens after a stroke.
Post-stroke complications are common, occurring in 40-95 per cent of patients. Learn more about the effects and possible complications of a stroke, and how to manage them.
- Stroke Basics
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- Stroke in the News
- Survivor Stories
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