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A stroke is usually the result of a clot that forms in a blood vessel or artery in the brain. It can also occur when a blood vessel breaks and causes bleeding in the brain. Stroke is more common in people over 65 years, although it can occur at any age. Injury from a stroke can be mild or severe and can have short- term or lasting effects.
This book provides basic, non controversial and trusted information that can help a wide spectrum of readers.
The primary objective of the information is to help a person provide effective quality care to a loved one or someone in his or her care.
After reading this material you will have greater confidence in your caregiving role and will know what to do to help a person who suffered a stroke or is at risk of having one.
All the information is reliable and was written by a group of eminent nurse educators who ensured the information complies with best practice guidelines and satisfies the various accreditation and regulatory bodies. Because there is so much unreliable information on the internet, you can be assured the “All About” publications are HON (Health On the Net) certified.
This book can be an invaluable aid to:
– A caregiver caring for a relative or friend
– A health worker seeking a reference aid
– A patient or person suffering from a stroke
– Any person involved in health care wishing to expand his or her knowledge