2 edition of Case Studies in Stroke found in the catalog.
2007 by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
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The book includes both common and unusual cases, as well as misleading cases of diseases mimicking stroke. This paper will discuss the case study relating to the patient, Mrs Amelia Middleton, and answer a series of questions relating to the pathophysiology of stroke, nursing care of the patient, and response to pharmacological issues with her treatment.
Question 1. This collection of case studies is authored by a group of internationally recognised experts in the field of cerebrovascular disease.
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More Case Studies in Stroke presents a new selection of stroke cases from seven countries prepared by practising stroke physicians.
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Lancet : Natalia Murinova, Claire J. Creutzfeldt, Daniel Krashin, Alan David Kaye. 11 Ischemic Stroke: Randall Swanson. Background. This case study presents a year old “right-handed” African-American man named Randall Swanson.
He has a history of hypertension, hyperlipidemia and a history of smoking one pack per day for the last 20 years.
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Each vignette introduces a short history and salient features of the neurologic examination. Most of the cases include CT, MRI, angiography.
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Pauline Douglas is Senior Lecturer & Clinical Dietetic Facilitator, Northern Ireland Centre for Food and Health (NICHE), Ulster University. Get this from a library. Case studies in stroke: common and uncommon presentations. [M Hennerici;] -- "Neurologists learn from their patients, and this selection of 60 stroke cases will inform and challenge clinicians at all stages in their careers.
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CLINICAL CASE STUDIES IN PHYSIOTHERAPY provides invaluable advice and practical guidance on cases and problems encountered on a daily basis allowing you to work with ease and confidence.
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The book includes both common and unusual cases, as well as misleading cases of. Clinician Shelley E. Adair M.S. CCC/SLP; Austin Speech Labs Presenting Problems The client, “M”, was diagnosed with a CVA (stroke) in early in his early forties.
At onset he exhibited severe expressive and receptive aphasia and severe apraxia. Over the past six years he has made tremendous progress with his expressive aphasia but continues [ ]. The odds ratio (stroke unit vs general wards) for mortality within the first 4 months (median follow-up 3 months) after the stroke was (95% CI ), consistent with a reduction in.
Case presentation on ischeamic (Ischemic) stroke 1. Case Presentation on Ischeamic Stroke By: Kimberly Walsh SPT Sir John Golding Rehabilitation Centre Kingston Jamaica 2.
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Combining treatment modalities to facilitate progress in a patient with difficulty swallowing following stroke. As post-stroke dysphagia often affects both sensory and motor components of the swallow and both elements are necessary for safe and efficient swallowing, it makes good clinical sense to combine treatment modalities to rehabilitate both aspects of.
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