Answer the following questions in your discussion post. You can also use other relevant resource videos additional to the video provided.
- What causes a stroke?
- What are the symptoms of a stroke?
- What side of the body would be affected by a stroke on the left side of your brain?
- What is a TIA?
- What is the difference between an ischemic stroke verses a hemorrhagic stroke?
- How do you manage an ischemic stroke verses a hemorrhagic stroke?
A stroke, or brain attack, happens when blood flow to your brain is stopped. It is an emergency situation.
The brain needs a constant supply of oxygen and nutrients in order to work well. If blood supply is stopped even for a short time, this can cause problems. Brain cells begin to die after just a few minutes without blood or oxygen.
https://www.khanacademy.org/science/health-and-medicine/circulatory-system-diseases/stroke/v/what-is-a-stroke (Links to an external site.)
*Feel free to use additional relevant and reputable resources/videos, in addition to the video provided, to add depth to the group discussion. When searching for additional resources, be sure they are science based, academic, current and verified as reputable in the modern medical community/practice. A good way to do this is to observe their source and purpose in addition to their production date. A good rule of thumb would be that information is no more than 10 years old and there has clearly not been any new leading research to overturn the validity of the research behind the utilized information. I should also be information that is guiding current, mainstream, medical practices.
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