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Treatment of Neurodegenerative Disorder (Alzheimer's, Stroke, and Parkinson's Disease)
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The most important new development for stroke treatment is the advent of thrombolytic drugs (so-called "clot-busters," already used for heart disease).
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Brainstem control information.
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Common questions and answers about central pain.
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Information about heart disease and stroke.
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How and why a stroke happens.
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Black women face a four-times higher risk of dying before age 60 of either heart disease or stroke than white women, according to one of the largest studies of its kind presented today at the American Heart Association's 71st scientific sessions.
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The results of an ongoing study should show whether constraint-induced therapy will help restore the use of limbs affected by stroke
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An increase in blood pressure is the major risk factor for the development of stroke. The blood pressure of older patients with hypertension (high blood pressure) can be lowered by a moderate reduction in salt intake.
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The latest medical news and information for patients or friends/parents of patients diagnosed with strokes.
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Information about stroke for survivors and families, including a health professional area.
Submitted by Joce Swagerman
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More than one million Americans have acquired aphasia – a greater number of people than have cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, or muscular dystrophy. Aphasia, which impairs the ability to speak, understand speech, read and/or write, affects about 25 to 40% of stroke survivors. Because of the disconnect between their ability to think and their inability to communicate, people with aphasia often become extremely frustrated, depressed, and isolated.

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Submitted by Joan Peters
Tags aphasia · stroke · communication disorder
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The Montgomery County Stroke Association, Inc.(MCSA) is a non-profit organization run by and for stroke survivors and their caregivers. We have 3 chapters in Montgomery County, MD. Visit our website to learn more about the programs and activities we provide. Throughout our 24 year history, we have never charged membership dues or mailing list fees.
Submitted by Janet M. Gritz, MA, CCC-SLP
Tags stroke survivor · caregiver support · stroke club
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Constraint Induced Movement Therapy or CI therapy is an exciting therapeutic approach developed at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) by Dr Edward Taub and collaborators that has its origin in the treatment of learned non-use for the affected arm or leg after stroke. CI therapy is a new set of treatment techniques that data from placebo-controlled studies have indicated can substantially reduce the incapacitating motor deficit of the affected arm or leg of many patients with chronic ... [More]
Submitted by Mary Bowman
Tags ci therapy · stroke rehabilitation · taub · upper extremity · lower extremity
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University of Maryland Medicine's Maryland Stroke Center is a pioneer in patient care and research. This hospital is the first in the state to receive designation as a Primary Stroke Center.
Submitted by Janet Sanford
Tags maryland stroke center · brain attack · university of maryland medicine
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