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Promoting stroke recovery

aresearch-based approach for nurses

by Kathryn Schofield Bronstein

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Published by Mosby in St. Louis, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementKathryn Schofield Bronstein, Judith M. Popovich, Christina Stewart-Amidei ; illustrations by Lydia Johns..
ContributionsPopovich, Judith M., Stewart-Amidei, Christina.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 325p. :
Number of Pages325
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22210716M
ISBN 10080166229X
OCLC/WorldCa22183291

This entry was posted in Business from Adversity and tagged Barbara Gabogrecan, Brain tumor surgery, coping with illness, promote your book, serious illness, Stroke recovery, Thank God I Had a Stroke on Aug by Peter. Stroke can sometimes damage the parts of the brain that receive, process and interpret information sent by the eyes. This can result in losing half the field of vision – for example, only being able to see the left or right side of what's in front of you. Stroke can also affect the control of the eye muscles. This can cause double vision.

  Exosomes promote remarkable recovery in stroke Date: Janu Source: University of Georgia Summary: Scientists present brain-imaging data for a new stroke . The Stanford Stroke Recovery Program is dedicated to improving the function and quality of life of stroke survivors. Based at Stanford University, the Program is uniquely positioned to bridge the barriers between neuroscience, engineering, and clinical research, to develop new therapies for stroke survivors.

  A stroke occurs when a blood clot blocks an artery or a blood vessel breaks and prevents blood flow to a portion of the brain. Brain cells start to die when the brain is deprived of blood, and Author: The Healthline Editorial Team. Ischemic stroke is the most common of the three types of stroke. It's also referred to as brain ischemia and cerebral ischemia. Discover the symptoms, causes, and risk factors of ischemic : Erica Hersh.


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Promoting stroke recovery by Kathryn Schofield Bronstein Download PDF EPUB FB2

There is no definitive conclusion for the use of amphetamines or dopamine to promote motor recovery post stroke. There is no definitive conclusion for the use of dopamine, amphetamines and bromocriptine in aphasia recovery post stroke.

Acetylcholine has literature support for use in aphasia recovery post stroke, while memantine also has some. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bronstein, Kathryn Schofield.

Promoting stroke recovery. Louis: Mosby Yearbook, © (OCoLC) Taken together, the main thesis of the book is that current rehabilitative programs, especially for chronic hemiparesis, are inadequate and that there is a need to focus on the early, sensitive period for stroke recovery.

The book is written in an accessible, engaging style that, if often opinionated, will stimulate the reader to think anew Cited by: Learn to confidently manage the growing number of stroke rehabilitation clients with Gillen’s Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function-Based Approach, 4th a holistic and multidisciplinary approach, this text remains the only comprehensive, evidence-based stroke rehabilitation resource for occupational therapists.

The new edition has been extensively updated with the latest information. This advocates that, with the right support, stroke survivors can make the best possible recovery. • This article was amended on 9 May An earlier version referred to the Fast campaign as a Author: Denis Campbell.

Biological changes. In animal models of stroke, M1 and related motor cortices and the spinal cord evolve robust changes in their structure and function in response to specific types of motor training. 18 Skills training induces synaptogenesis, synaptic potentiation, and reorganization of movement representations within the motor cortex.

7 This plasticity supports the production and refinement Cited by:   Rehabilitation after a stroke begins in the hospital, often within a day or two after the stroke. Rehab helps ease the transition from hospital to home and can help prevent another stroke.

Recovery time after a stroke is different for everyone—it can take weeks, months, or even years. Post stroke recovery; Telemedicine for the acute stroke patient Clinical in approach, Reviews “It was a pleasure to review this book, particularly after going through many stroke books as a recent trainee, and I found its scope and content refreshing.

I will certainly pass this along to other trainees and I recommend it highly.”. Purchase Stroke Rehabilitation - 4th Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBN  Ch’Ng A et al () Coping with the challenges of recovery from stroke: long term perspectives of stroke support group members. Journal of Health Psychology; 8, Daniel K et al () What are the social consequences of stroke for working-aged adults.

A systematic review. Stroke; ee This item: The Stroke Recovery Book: A Guide for Patients and Families by Kip Burkman MD Paperback $ Only 5 left in stock (more on the way).

Ships from and sold by (13). How to recover from a stroke quickly. There is no set timeline for recovery. Some people go through rehab and are able to resume normal activities in a Author: Bel Marra Health.

Stroke recovery varies from person to person. It's hard to predict how many abilities you might recover and how soon. In general, successful stroke rehabilitation depends on: Physical factors, including the severity of your stroke in terms of both cognitive and physical effects.

About The Stroke Recovery E-Book. An easy to read, highly informative look at the root causes of stroke.

You will find out what happens after a stroke, how to avoid another stroke, and a detailed description of the recovery process. The author pays special attention to how you can accelerate your recovery and get back to doing the things you love to do. Turner M et al () Stroke patients admitted within normal working hours are more likely to achieve process standards and to have better outcomes.

Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry; 2, Upton D, Thirlaway K () Promoting Healthy Behaviour: A. How is stroke treated.

Your treatment will depend on the type of stroke you have, how serious it was, your age and general health, and how soon you arrive at the hospital. Read more Get a free copy of Your Stroke Journey book. This book provides critical recovery information to guide you after a stroke.

Stroke Warm Line: STROKE or Monday-Friday: 8AM-5PM CST. Stroke Recovery: What Helped, What Didn't. Taylor's stroke recovery included relearning to read, to walk on snow, and to do laundry -- all with her mother's help. And she had to start from square one. Understanding how to promote your book to a target market should be a high priority on your list of things to do when writing a book.

If you look at the layout of my book, ‘Thank God I Had a Stroke’, you will learn a lot about how to layout a book and you can also see the importance of targeting your market and collecting testimonials.

Extensive studies have documented the complex and comprehensive psychosocial consequences of stroke. Psychosocial difficulties significantly affect long-term functioning and quality of life.

Many studies have explored psychosocial interventions to prevent or treat psychosocial problems, but most have found modest effects. This study evaluated, from the perspective of adult stroke survivors, Cited by:.

Walking can promote stroke recovery. If walking is an issue, arm and leg lifts from a seated position can be helpful. Be on the lookout for dizziness or imbalance.

Falls are very common in stroke patients. Encourage social interaction. Don’t let a stroke victim be reclusive. Keep their brain active.Neurogenesis is stimulated in response to stroke and is substantially amplified by therapeutic interventions that promote functional recovery.

33–36 Neurogenesis is sustained in the germinal niches in the subventricular zone of the lateral ventricle and the subgranular layer of the dentate gyrus, which host neural precursor cells even during adulthood.

34,35 When a stroke occurs, these cells proliferate and migrate in the direction of the ischaemic lesion, propagating Cited by: Life After Stroke: Our Path Forward. There is life – and hope – after stroke. With time, new routines will become second nature.

Rehabilitation can build your strength, capability and confidence. It can help you continue your daily activities despite the effects of your stroke.

View the Life After Stroke Guide for Patients and Caregivers.