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📒Calligraphy ✍ Annie Moring
✏Calligraphy Book Summary : More than just a method of communication, calligraphy is a beautiful, intricate art. A new guide to this ancient art, Calligraphy Stroke by Stroke uses step-by-step, annotated photographs to demonstrate new ways to create eleven classic alphabets, from Foundational hand and Italics to Gothic and unical scripts.
📒Stroke Medicine ✍ Hugh Markus
✏Stroke Medicine Book Summary : Stroke is an enormous health problem. It is the third major cause of death, and the major cause of adult neurological disability. As many as a quarter of women in their 80s may suffer stroke. It represents a huge financial burden for the NHS, costing more than heart disease. Stroke care has historically been poor in many places but a revolution in care is taking place as a result of specific treatments such as stroke units and thrombolysis, which have been shown to markedly improve outcome. This has led to many countries reorganising the way they offer stroke care. Stroke Medicine is a practical handbook for the practising physician. Written by a multidisciplinary team of three practising consultants from a leading UK stroke service, it provides an up-to-date and easily accessible source of information on all aspects of stroke care from acute care, through to rehabilitation and secondary prevention. Designed to be used both on the ward and in the outpatient room, it provides a practical approach to managing the stroke patient, and is an invaluable source of information for stroke physicians, neurologists, geriatricians and other specialists involved in the care of stroke patients. It will also prove to be a useful handbook for consultants and doctors in training. Designed to cover the curriculum of the UK Specialist Stroke training programme for clinicians in training, it is likely to provide similar levels of coverage for emerging stroke training programmes inother parts of the world.
✏Stroke Book Summary : This book is a unique source of practical information for frontline providers of care for stroke patients. It focuses on patient management—from stroke prevention through acute stroke management, through chronic care—and offers how-to guidance on implementing diagnostic and treatment protocols. Each chapter includes a bulleted list of key learning points; an evidence-based rationale for why the diagnostic and treatment recommendations work; a step-by-step approach to clinical application; practical recommendations from the authors; a critical pathway; and a bibliography. An entire chapter focuses on building a stroke team. Appendices include reproducible samples of order sets and a list of important medications.
📒Stroke ✍ Natan M. Bornstein
✏Stroke Book Summary : Stroke is a leading cause of death and the major cause of long-term, physical, psychological and social disability in the elderly around the world. Knowing and treating the most common risk factors for stroke such as hypertension, diabetes mellitus, dyslipidemia, atrial fibrillation, and obesity may reduce the occurrence of stroke sub-stantially. In the last decades, there has been tremendous progress in the development of noninvasive diagnostic techniques like ultrasound MRI, CT angiography, CT perfusion, as well as new effective therapeutic strategies for acute ischemic stroke which established vascular neurology as one of the most progressive fields in medicine. This publication provides the reader with the most recent updated advanced knowl-edge on the practical clinical approach to stroke medicine. It covers essential and practical information on the pathophysiology and epidemiology of stroke, new diagnostic techniques which allow for better diagnosis and identification of various subtypes of stroke, and new therapeutic strategies for acute stroke and transient ischemic attack.
📒Stroke ✍ Louis R. Caplan
✏Stroke Book Summary : """There are an estimated 4,800,000 stroke survivors living today and about 700,000 people suffer a new or recurrent stroke each year. Stroke is one of the most common disabling medical conditions, and has wide-ranging economic, social, and psychological effects. Stroke, the fourth volume in a series sponsored by the American Academy of Neurology, was written for both stroke survivors and individuals wishing to learn more about the condition and how to prevent it. Friends and families of stroke patients will find it a valuable resource packed with important coping tips and management techniques. Nurses, social workers, public health officials, and other caregivers will also benefit from this informative text, which covers: The nature of stroke and its causes Risk factors and how strokes may be prevented Symptoms and how they can be treated How stroke survivors are evaluated and diagnosed Improving function among stroke survivors through rehabilitation. How friends and families of stroke survivors can cope and manage. The future of stroke and the progress already being made Written by one of the most respected doctors in the field, Stroke is easily accessible, avoids medical jargon, and focuses not just on the patient but on the community and those close to the survivor. This essential guide will help to ensure that patients are provided with both the medical and personal care they need and will make this most difficult of circumstances a bit easier for all involved. """
📒At A Stroke ✍ Harold Lawrence
✏At a Stroke Book Summary : At a Stroke-a Stroke Survivor's Journey' gives a rare insight, from a patient's perspective, in to the trials, tribulations and humour, associated with Stroke recovery.--"Wake up! It's 2017. Happy New Year!"The year had started for me when Angela woke me up from a deep sleep. On the TV, the screen was filled by the spectacle of thousands of pounds worth of fireworks, gyrating, cavorting and bursting across the London sky in a kaleidoscope of many colours. Each explosion ecstatically cheered on by thousands of revellers. Over the years, I too have similarly celebrated and have collected memories of popping champagne corks and other revelries, but now I am much more attracted to 'a quiet night in'.Perhaps, if I had known what surprises the year had in store for me, it would have been wiser to have continued snoozing, and allow it to carry on without me.I like to think of myself as a pragmatist. I sincerely believe that there is no option other than to manage the cards as they are dealt, though, at that moment I didn't know that the 2017 pack contained so many jokers. From my perspective, it was to become a year like no other on this earth. It was scary.Like many other people, I was overwhelmed and bored by the apparent surfeit of fake news and the never-ending flow of 'doom and gloom' fed daily via the media. Globally, it seemed, toxic rhetoric by the likes of Trump, Putin and Kim Jong Un threatened the world with imminent annihilation, whilst politicians in the UK were diverted from establishing compassionate policies and the protection of vital services by the time-consuming and seemingly impossible 'Brexit' dilemma. Could it get any worse? It could and it did!With the year still in its infancy, I was, despite, to my knowledge, being symptom-free, diagnosed to have bowel cancer and in July I had to undergo an operation to remove part of my colon. I, fortunately recovered well, and I was, after this temporary interruption, soon back on my merry way, until November, when I was once again unexpectedly stopped in my tracks by a kidney stone that left me in considerable pain and kicking my heels at the A&E Department of my local Hospital."Enough is enough" I had thought. "I don't want another year like this, I'm glad it is nearly over!"But nothing is over 'til the Matron sings!
📒Stroke ✍ J. P. Mohr
✏Stroke Book Summary : First published in 1986 under the editorial direction of Dr. Henry J.M. Barnett, this encyclopedic, yet readable text has served as a "one-stop shop" for generations of practitioners seeking authoritative coverage of the scientific and clinical aspects of stroke. The 4th Edition features a new editorial team led by former co-editor Dr. J.P. Mohr, offering updated and expanded coverage of epidemiology and prevention, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, specific medical diseases related to stroke, pathophysiology, and medical and surgical therapy. Explains the mechanisms of stroke and stroke-related diseases. Provides comprehensive clinical guidance-from recognizing the clinical manifestations of stroke and using the latest laboratory and imaging studies to arrive at a diagnosis to medical and surgical treatment planning. Features a new editorial team led by former co-editor Dr. J.P. Mohr. Devotes a new section to Epidemiology and Prevention, with chapters on distribution, risk factors and prevention, and outcomes. Offers fresh perspectives from new authors on the latest advances in imaging, addressing functional neuroimaging, fast MRI, and more. Includes an expanded Pathophysiology section, with new chapters on excitotoxicity, apoptosis, inflammation, intracellular signaling, recovery of function, and more. Contains a reorganized and expanded Therapy section, with separate subsections on medical therapies (including new anticoagulants and neuroprotection agents) and surgical therapies (including new procedures for prevention and repair of stroke damage). With over 130 additional contributors.
📒Celtic Hand Stroke By Stroke ✍ Arthur Baker
✏Celtic Hand Stroke by Stroke Book Summary : A complete, stroke-by-stroke guide to producing Celtic calligraphy. Learn how to create each leter of the alphabet in the age-old Celtic manner. Crystal clear instructions also cover pens, inks, work surface, paper and lines, how to hold the pen and more. 38 full-page plates plus 8 illustrations.
📒Stroke And Stroke Related Disorders In The Elderly ✍ Kujan Nagaratnam
✏Stroke and Stroke Related Disorders in the Elderly Book Summary : The incidence of stroke increases with age and with the increase in the life expectancy, the older people will contribute to a large portion of those afflicted with stroke. Stroke and Stroke related disorders in the Elderly begins with a historical review of stroke and its management followed by an overview of the anatomy and functions of the brain. Detailed knowledge of which is mandatory and essential for the proper understanding of what happens to a patient with a stroke and for interpretation of xray images of the brain. It then considers the pathophysiology as our knowledge of neuronal death continues to evolve. Clinical manifestations, the evaluation and management are then dealt with in full. Stroke- related disorders such as transient ischaemic attack and carotid artery disease are included. The book also provides essential information on poststroke neuropsychiatric and neurobehavioural disorders and poststroke complications such as cognitive impairment, falls, seizures, urinary incontinence and central stroke pain that may hinder or delay stroke recovery. Many sections follow a common pattern with headings and subheadings. The text offers the primary care physician, junior hospital doctors, medical undergaduates and specialist nurses a systematic approach to stroke in the elderly. The intent also is to provide extreme information where interest demands in those areas, extending the aims and scope of the book to pathology and pharmacology and beyond. KEY FEATURES Contributes to the understanding of the pathophysiology of stroke Presents an insight into the clinical manifestations and their evaluation and management Describes the neuropsychiatric and neurobehavioural consequences of stroke
📒Stroke Syndromes 3ed ✍ Louis R. Caplan
✏Stroke Syndromes 3ed Book Summary : A comprehensive survey of dysfunction due to stroke, this revised edition remains the definitive guide to stroke patterns and syndromes.