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         Stroke:     more books (100)
  1. The Stroke Book
  2. THE STROKES IS THIS IT (Play It Like It Is) by The Strokes, 2007-05-07
  3. Stroke of Genius by Emily Bryan, 2010-05-25
  4. Simple Stroke Calligraphy by Marci Donley, 2006-08-01
  5. Management of Stroke: A Practical Guide for the Prevention, Evaluation, and Treatment of Acute Stroke by Harold P. Adams, Gregory Del J. Zoppo, et all 2006-08-25
  6. The Fairy Feller's Master Stroke by Mark Chadbourn, 2002-06-30
  7. American Heart Association Family Guide to Strokes: Treatment, Recovery, Prevention by American Heart Association, 1996-01-01
  8. Fortune's Stroke (Belisarius) by Eric Flint, David Drake, 2000-06-01
  9. Taking Charge of Your Stroke Recovery: A Personal Recovery Workbook by Roger Maxwell, Daveda Lamont, 2008-09-03
  10. Right Hemisphere Stroke: A Victim Reflects on Rehabilitative Medicine (William Beaumont Hospital Speech and Language Pathology) by Fred K. Johnson, 1990-07
  11. Stroke: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Management (STROKE, PATHOPHYS,DIAG AND MANAGEMENT) by J. P. Mohr, Dennis Choi, et all 2004-03-05
  12. Master Strokes (Running Press Cyclopedia) by Nick Mastroni, Phil Franke, 2003-10-16
  13. Stroke Medicine (Oxford Specialist Handbooks in Neurology) by Hugh Markus, Anthony Pereira, et all 2010-03-19
  14. How to Prevent Your Stroke by J. David Spence, 2006-10-27

101. "Stroke And Diabetes"
Link collection and personal story of Louis Albert, a survivor with diabetes and aphasia who has used assistive technology to create his site.
Stroke and Diabetes
My name is Louis Albert. I am disabled and use this Web Page
to communicate with the world. I have "FLUENT" APHASIA In 1983 I began using insulin for my Type-2 - DIABETES. In May of 1995 I had a severe stroke . Because of the stroke and the resulting aphasia I am totally disabled. I have trouble reading and WRITING. Between Dragon Systems, Inc. , and WordPerfect I am almost able to communicate in writing! I have always enjoyed and used photography. I hope my "pages" are both enjoyable and information. More Stuff Is more of the story, and I hope interesting! I am totally disabled! Aphasia, stroke and diabetes make you depressed. I hope I get use to the idea soon! (It's been more than five years!) Margaret, my wife, respond about a man who's wife just had a stoke: " When Lou had his stroke I had no idea what to do or what to expect. One of the biggest things was getting therapy as early a possible. The earlier your wife begins to relearn what she has lost the better she will be. Lou could not speak of anything coherently for the first couple days. He thought he was telling us what he wanted or needed but he did not make any sense. It was slow but he did make progress. He made a lot of progress at the beginning, and slower progress as the weeks and months progressed. The hardest thing for me was to be patient and try to figure out what he was trying to talk about. Often he could tell me all kinds of non essential things about the person he wanted to tell about but not the name of the person. Different stroke victims react differently to stress and pain. You have to remember how frustrating it has to be to try to communicate and not be able to get your thoughts across to the other person.

102. Glaxo Centre Alliance Charities Stroke Association
Title. stroke Association. Charity No 211015. Contacts Liverpool and South Sefton stroke Association. Hafan House, Fazakerley
    Stroke Association
    Charity No 211015 Contacts: Liverpool and South Sefton Stroke Association Hafan House, Fazakerley Hospital, Longmoor Lane Liverpool L9 7AL England Tel: 0151 529 3604 Stroke Association National Office Stroke House, 240 City Road, London EC1V 2PR England Helpline: 0845 30 33 100 Tel: 020 7566 0300 E-mail: Website: The Stroke Association is the only U.K. charitable organisation solely concerned with combating stroke. It sponsors programmes of research, health education, rehabilitation, advisory and welfare services for all stroke sufferers and their families. The Association produces a wide range of publications and cassettes in clear everyday language. For more links to support and information please see the Neurolinks - Stroke page The Glaxo Neurological Centre is a unique non-medical advice and information centre for people with neurological conditions, their families and carers. To find out more about the Glaxo Centre go to our home page The Glaxo Centre is run by a registered charity, The Mersey Neurological Trust, Charity Number 1010658. We rely on donations, if you would like to help us with our fundraising

103. Stroke
Informationsblad fr¥n Sveriges sjukgymnaster. Pdff¶rmat.

104. Welcome | UCLA Stroke Center
stroke Center treats simple and complex vascular disorders by incorporating recent developments in emergency medicine, stroke neurology, microneurosurgery
Recognized as one of the world's leading centers for the management of cerebral vascular disease, the UCLA Stroke Center treats simple and complex vascular disorders by incorporating recent developments in emergency medicine, stroke neurology, microneurosurgery, interventional neuroradiology, stereotactic radiology, neurointensive care, neuroanesthesiology, and rehabilitation neurology. Care is coordinated from the moment of first contact, in the emergency department or outpatient clinics, through acute treatment and neurological rehabilitation. The UCLA Stroke Center provides comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic care of patients with disorders of blood vessels of the brain and spinal cord, including:
  • Ischemic Stroke Transient Ischemic Attack Carotid Stenosis Cerebral Hemorrhage Aneurysms / Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Vascular Malformations of the Brain Spinal Vascular Malformations
The UCLA Stroke Center opened one of the nation's first dedicated inpatient stroke units which offers state-of-the-art management of patients with brain infarction, brain hemorrhage and other cerebral vascular diseases. Other on-site facilities include a neurological intensive care unit, neurosurgical operating rooms, neuro-endovascular therapy suites, a clinical cerebral blood flow laboratory, stereotactic radiology rooms and an outpatient clinic.

105. - The One Stop Information Resource In Clinical Neurology
Information resource on Clinical Neurology. Covering areas such as alzheimers, epilepsy, migraine, motor neurone, multiple sclerosis, pain, parkinsons, schizophrenia, and stroke.
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106. RCP | Stroke | Clinical Guidelines
National Clinical Guidelines for stroke. stroke Update 2002 (265k PDF). Contents. Prepared by The Intercollegiate Working Party for stroke.
CEEU Projects Stroke
National Clinical Guidelines for Stroke
Stroke Update 2002 (265k PDF)
Prepared by The Intercollegiate Working Party for Stroke How to use the Guidelines 
Background and development of the National Clinical Guidelines for Stroke
1.1 Scope of the guidelines
1.2 Purpose of the guidelines
1.3 Organisation of the guidelines
1.4 Format
1.5 Context and use
1.6 Recommendations from the report on patient and carer focus groups
        conducted by the College of Health         
Service provision
Terminology and theoretical framework Service organisation
3.1 Specialist stroke services
3.2 Younger people with stroke
3.3 Acute care arrangements (hospital or home)   
Approaches to rehabilitation 
4.1 Use of assessments/measures
4.2 Teamwork          4.3 Goal setting          4.4 Underlying approach to therapy 4.5 Intensity/duration of therapy         

107. Jo Is A One Stroke Painting Instructor, OSCI
Donna Dewberry certified instructor teaching primarily in Arizona at JoAnn's, Michael's, and private classes.
Welcome to the Wonderful World
of One Stroke Painting.
I was introduced to crafting and painting in school. Found it to be fun and rewarding. Through the years, I always had some project going. Didn't know about painting in the sense of blending, shading and highlighting and thats what I longed to do... I noticed Donna Dewberry in 1995 and was intrigued by her One Stroke Painting method. I bought one of her first publications by Plaid, "Watering Cans and Wildflowers", still wanting to paint like her, but not sure I could to do it. It wasn't until I kept seeing her articles in several magazines and I found she had a website in a advertisement in June, 2000. I felt I finally had a chance to learn her technique. I joined the One Stroke clubs on the internet, found a certified instructor in my area in Nov., and took 4-4hr. lessons.I practiced until I was able to attend the Donna Dewberry Seminar held here in Phoenix, Az.
Whew! It was some seminar, it lasted 4 days and many long hours. There was 69 of us, all eager to learn everything we could stuff in our brains in those few days and knew we had to learn alot in a short time... And as they say, "the rest is history!".

108. N C H S - FASTATS - Stroke And Cerebrovascular Disease
stroke/Cerebrovascular Disease. (Data are for US for year in parentheses). Number of noninstitutionalized adults who ever had a stroke 4.8 million (2001).

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Search NCHS ... Contact us Stroke/Cerebrovascular Disease
(Data are for U.S. for year in parentheses) Morbidity Number of noninstitutionalized adults who ever had a stroke: 4.8 million (2001) Percent of noninstitutionalized adults who ever had a stroke: 2.4 (2001) Source: Summary Health Statistics for U.S. Adults, 2001 Health care use Hospital inpatient care Number of discharges: 942,000 (2002) Average length of stay: 5.3 days (2002) Source: 2002 National Hospital Discharge Survey Home health care Number of current patients with stroke as primary diagnosis: 99,400 (2000) Percent of current patients with stroke as primary diagnosis: 7.3 (2000) Source: National Home and Hospice Care Survey Mortality Number of deaths: 163,538 (2001) Deaths per 100,000 population: 57.4 (2001) Cause of death rank: 3 (2001) Source: Deaths: Final Data for 2001 Percent of hospital inpatient deaths from stroke/cerebrovascular disease: 8.1 (2000)

109. Two Stroke Tom
Yamaha RD 350LC rebuild story.
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110. Extreme Heat - National Center For Environmental Health
Heat stroke. Heat stroke occurs when the body is unable to regulate its temperature. The body s provided. Recognizing Heat stroke. Warning
Extreme Heat
Extreme Heat Home FAQ's Tips on Preventing and Managing Heat Heat Related Illness ... Complete Print Version (pdf) Environmental Health Studies
Home Churchill County (Fallon), Nevada Cancer Study Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) Disaster Epidemiology and Assessment ... NCEH Brochures Heat Stroke Heat stroke occurs when the body is unable to regulate its temperature. The body's temperature rises rapidly, the sweating mechanism fails, and the body is unable to cool down. Body temperature may rise to 106°F or higher within 10 to 15 minutes. Heat stroke can cause death or permanent disability if emergency treatment is not provided. Recognizing Heat Stroke Warning signs of heat stroke vary but may include the following:
  • An extremely high body temperature (above 103°F, orally) Red, hot, and dry skin (no sweating)

111. 403 Error - File Not Found
Fansite offers a biography, photo gallery and lyrics.
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About the stroke Foundation, Preventing stroke, Understanding a stroke, Professional Pages, Stoke Appeal Week 1622 September 2003.

113. Tobacco Control -- Abstracts: Bonita Et Al. 8 (2): 156
Populationbased case-control study of residents of Auckland, New Zealand findsa significantly increased risk of stroke in both men and women.

Cochrane stroke GroupThe Cochrane stroke Group is part of the Cochrane Collaboration, an international organisation that aims to help people make wellinformed decisions about

115. Movies Reviews Bobby Jones Stroke Of Genius
SPONSORED BY CD STOMPER. Bobby Jones stroke of Genius. StarringClaire Forlani, James Caviezel. Drama Rated PG 2004, THE ROLLING STONE REVIEW.

116. STROKE-Riksförbundet
Vad är stroke? Vad gör strokeRiksförbundet och dess föreningar?

117. GORP - Heat Stroke, Dehydration And Prevention - Cooler Heads Prevail
Uses the story of three hikers to illustrate what can go wrong in the heat. Stresses drinking water and electrolytes. From the GORP Trail Survival Guide.

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Dehydration Why We Overheat Heat Exhaustion ... GORP Outdoor Health Links
ACTIVITIES Cooler Heads Prevail Excerpted from Medicine For the Backcountry Blueberries were plentiful and ripe under the late July sun. John, Jan and David were looking forward to a hike in the mountains with berry picking as an added bonus. Saturday finally arrived and they managed to get off to an early start. The hike they had planned was about three miles long, with an elevation gain of 3,500 feet. It would lead them to an exposed ridge covered with blueberry bushes. Since they had been on this trail before, they knew that there would not be any surface water. They each carried a full liter bottle. The day was spectacular clear, warm and sunny with a gentle breeze higher up. Reaching their destination by noon, they were soaked with sweat from the exertion of the climb. They sat like bears among the blueberries, enjoying the water from their bottles and the taste of the ripe fruit. For several hours they nibbled and collected blueberries, reveling in the summer warmth and surrounding beauty.

8th International Symposium on Thrombolysis and Acute stroke Therapy June 19 22, 2004 The Fairmont Chateau Whistler Whistler, BC, Canada.
Sponsored by:
International Stroke Society
Hosted by:
Canadian Stroke Consortium
National Stroke Association
Canadian Stroke Network With support from :
American Stroke Association (ASA)

Danish Neurological Society

European Neurological Society

Irish Institute of Clinical Neuroscience
Thrombolysis and Acute Stroke Therapy

June 19 - 22, 2004
The Fairmont Chateau Whistler Whistler, B.C., Canada Website sponsored by Instructions for Oral Presentations Instructions for Preparation of Posters About Vancouver ORGANIZERS AND ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARIAT 5th World Stroke Congress Global Congress Organizers and Association Management Services 17 Rue du Cendrier P.O. Box 1726

119. NINDS Dementia With Lewy Bodies Information Page
Compiled by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and stroke. Includes basic information and support organizations.
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Accessible version Science for the Brain The nation's leading supporter of biomedical research on disorders of the brain and nervous system Browse all disorders Browse all health
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NINDS Dementia With Lewy Bodies Information Page
Lewy Body Dementia
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Table of Contents (click to jump to sections) What is Dementia With Lewy Bodies?
Is there any treatment?
What is the prognosis? What research is being done? ... Related NINDS Publications and Information What is Dementia With Lewy Bodies? Is there any treatment? Scientists continue to search for a specific course of therapy for people with dementia with Lewy bodies. Treatment is symptomatic, often involving the use of medication to control the parkinsonian and psychiatric symptoms. However, patients should be aware that antiparkinsonian medication that may help to reduce tremor and loss of muscle movement may actually worsen such symptoms as hallucinations and delusions. Similarly, neuroleptic drugs prescribed for psychiatric symptoms may in fact markedly worsen the movement symptoms. In general atypical antipsychotic medications are more successful than older drugs such as haloperidol. What is the prognosis?

120. Stroke Prevention Index From Wake Forest Neurosurgery
The index of internet resources on stroke from the Department of Neurosurgery, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, WinstonSalem, North Carolina.
Stroke Index
Department of Neurosurgery
Wake Forest University School of Medicine Links to information on stroke prevention. Also see the separate information on rehabilitation after a stroke page.

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