The treatments can only save the lives of patients and maximize the functions of the people. Up to present , there are no perfect cures or medicines that could restore complete function to a stoke patient.
After the stroke:
uses of anticoagulation, which minimizes blood clotting.
Treatment of blood pressure that is too high or too low.
Currently, lowering elevated blood pressure into the normal range is no longer recommended during the first few days following a stroke. It is because it might compromise blood flow through a narrowed or nearly closed arteries which could make the stroke worse or lessen the chance of recovery.
Controlling the blood sugar (glucose) level may minimize the size of a stroke.
Drugs that could dissolve blood clots may be used in stroke treatment.
Oxygen is administered when necessary.
The rehabilitation process to maximize the functional abilities of the patients.
speech therapy - to relearn talking and swallowing,
occupational therapy -to regain normal functions of the arms and hands,
physical therapy-to improve strength and walking
family education to teach them how to care for their relatives at home and tell them the challenges they will face.
Stroke is the permanent loss of brain cells, it is almost impossible for the total return to the patient's pre-stroke status.
Definition Causes Symptom Warning before the stroke
happen during stroke