Explaining Stroke _ Stroke is a Brain Attack!. Be Stroke Smart. The “3 R’s” of Stroke:. Reduce Stroke Risk. Recognize Stroke Symptoms. Respond : At the first sign of stroke, Call 911 or Get to the Hospital Fast!. 80% of all Strokes are Preventable!. Definition of Stroke.
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Stroke is a Brain Attack!
The “3 R’s” of Stroke:
Reduce Stroke Risk
Recognize Stroke Symptoms
Respond: At the first sign of stroke,
Call 911 or Get to the Hospital Fast!
80% of all Strokes are Preventable!
Ischemic = Clot
in one or both eyes
If you see someone having any of these symptoms, Get to the Hospital Fast!
Call 911: Every Minute Counts
Stroke is not preventable
Stroke cannot be treated
Stroke only strikes the elderly
Stroke happens in the heart
Stroke recovery ends after 6 months
Up to 80% percent of strokes are preventable
Stroke requires emergency treatment
Anyone can have a stroke
Stroke is a “Brain Attack”
Stroke recovery can last a lifetimeThe Perceptions of Stroke
More than $62 Billion Annually
National Stroke Association developed
these guidelines to help people reduce
their risk for stroke…
4.If youdrink alcohol, do so in moderation.
5. If you have high cholesterol, work with your doctor to control it.
6. If you are diabetic, follow your doctor’s recommendations carefully to control your diabetes.
7.Include exercise in the activities you enjoy in your daily routine
8. Enjoy a lower sodium (salt), lower fat diet
10. If you experience any stroke symptoms, seek immediate medical attention. Get to the hospital fast or call 911.
Ischemic stroke (Brain Clot)
Clot Buster: Tissue Plasminogen Activator (t-PA)
Devices: Merci Retriever
Hemorrhagic Stroke (Brain Bleed)