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Ultra-rapid treatment reduces odds of post-stroke disability
- By: Howard E. LeWine, MD,
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Can a person talk or walk after having a minor stoke. Will he or she becomes unconscious after getting stroke?
The symptoms of a minor stroke, which is sometimes called a transient ischemic attack (TIA), can disappear in a few minutes. But a minor stroke or TIA is a warning that there may be bigger trouble brewing. Even a minor stroke should be carefully evaluated.
Have you found a correlation between strokes and kidney failure? I feel like more and more of my dialysis patients have had strokes.
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Is it possible that after having a minor stoke a person loose his memory? If is it possible then please tel me the remedies.
The researchers divided the patients into three groups based on the severity of their stroke: minor; mild/moderate; and moderate/severe.
The investigators found that patients with mild to moderate stroke benefited most from ultra-early care. Patients with minor strokes also benefited, but the odds of disability are already very low in these patients, they noted.
Patients with severe stroke didn’t see as much benefit from ultra-early treatment because they had extensive artery blockage, the study authors added.
Is it possible that after suffering a mini stroke, which is not treated or reported, a person can suffer speech problems and at a later date be diagnosed as having Motor Neurone Disease?
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