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📒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
📒Writing Japanese With Ease ✍ Catherine Garnier
✏Writing Japanese with Ease Book Summary : Now that you have begun to master spoken Japanese with the two volumes of 'Japanese with Ease', and you want to learn how to write this fascinating language, 'Writing Japanese with Ease' is the book for you! You will learn the fundamentals of writing the characters of traditional Japan, borrowed from Chinese (Kanji). The book follows the 99 lessons of 'Japanese with Ease', presenting the characters in order of appearance throughout the two volumes. The book lists each Kanji with its radical, its number of strokes, the different pronunciations of the character, and -- of course -- its meaning. For development of your writing skills, the stroke-by-stroke character lay-out will be very useful, teaching you the rules of writing Kanji. Dont miss the useful appendices such as the Table of Radicals, the Index listing Kanji by number of strokes, as well as the dialogue texts of Japanese with Ease, given in standard written Japanese.
📒Stroke Essentials For Primary Care ✍ David Alway
✏Stroke Essentials for Primary Care Book Summary : Stroke Essentials for Primary Care: A Practical Guide is a must-have resource, offering the essential, practical knowledge required to evaluate and treat stroke patients. While an indispensable guide for primary care clinicians, including family practitioners and medical internists who often assume the care of stroke patients without the aid of a neurologist (primarily in underserved areas), the information contained herein is also an invaluable resource to all physicians in training, especially residents and fellows in neurology, cardiology, and surgery, among others. Stroke Essentials for Primary Care: A Practical Guide provides the latest diagnostic and treatment information that allows for greater clinical confidence. Designed to allow easy access to essential information, most chapters include a quick summary of their content and conclusions. Chapters review information on such topics as distinguishing features of presentation, rapid determination of stroke type, prevention strategies, long-term complications, and special topics that may apply to specific populations. Targeted and easy to read, Stroke Essentials for Primary Care: A Practical Guide is an essential resource for all practitioners in primary care medicine and specialty physicians in training.
📒Acute Stroke Treatment ✍ Julien Bogousslavsky
✏Acute Stroke Treatment Book Summary : Owing to the increased interest in brain ischemia and the new therapeutic options from pharmaceutical companies for the treatment of acute stroke, Professor Julien Bogousslavsky, one of the world's stroke experts, has revised his best-selling book. It is the emergence of huge possibilities in the management of stroke - ultra-early diagnosis, intensive care, surgical and other interventional therapies, thrombolysis, anti-ischemic drugs and prevention of immediate recurrence - which necessiates this timely update.
📒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.
📒Acute Stroke ✍ Anish Bhardwaj
✏Acute Stroke Book Summary : As the third leading cause of death in the United States, stroke accounts for one in every fifteen deaths and is the major cause of disability in the country. Compiled by a renowned editorial team, this reference bridges the gap between basic science and patient care protocols, and collects 43 expertly written chapters that range from laboratory-based research on animal models to the progression, mechanisms, treatment, and prognosis of diseases such as subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH), intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH), focal ischemic stroke, and global cerebral ischemia.
📒Stroke Survivor ✍ Andy McCann
✏Stroke Survivor Book Summary : Offering a wealth of advice and information for anyone who wants to know more about strokes, Andy McCann explores a broad range of issues experienced by himself and other stroke survivors.
📒100 Questions Answers About Stroke A Lahey Clinic Guide ✍ Kinan K Hreib
✏100 Questions Answers About Stroke A Lahey Clinic Guide Book Summary : There are 750,000 strokes in the United States each year. Whether you're a newly diagnosed patient or a loved one of someone who has suffered from a stroke, this book offers help. The only text to provide both the doctor's and patient's views, 100 Questions & Answers About Stroke: A Lahey Clinic Guide provides authoritative, practical answers to the most common questions asked by patients and their loved ones. Written by an expert in the field, this clearly-written book is a complete guide to causes, treatments, and much more. Including actual patient commentary, 100 Questions & Answers About Stroke is an invaluable resource.
📒After A Stroke ✍ Cleo Hutton
✏After a Stroke Book Summary : An essential resource for all stroke survivors and their families and caregivers With more than 300 tips, this useful guide offers tried and true methods for coping with the aftermath of a stroke. Written by a stroke survivor and nurse, After a Stroke provides ideas, techniques, and exercises to help: accomplish daily living routines promote healing and recovery make the home safe and accessible foster independence and build self-esteem turn stroke deficits into assets After a Stroke contains everything families and fellow stroke survivors need to know to live a full life post-stroke.