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Cerebral embolism or stroke
CHARARACTERISTICS O A CEREBRAL EMBOLISM OR STROKE
What is a stroke?
A stroke is a cerebrovascular accident (CVA) caused by one or more emboli. An embolus is a clot that breaks loose from the wall of a blood vessel and travels to another place. It may be stuck somewhere in a blood vessel causing a very serious blood blockage.
Cerebral embolism occurs when an embolus blocks a brain artery.
A stroke cuts off blood to a part of the brain. If it persists for a certain time, it results in the death of the affected brain tissue, with very serious consequences not only for the brain itself but for other parts of the body, too.
A stroke is the leading cause of a brain hemorrhage
A stroke requires immediate hospital treatment to reduce as far as possible the damage to the brain.
Symptoms of a stroke
A stroke may go unnoticed or it can produce very characteristics symptoms, especially if there has been a cerebral hemorrhage.
The main symptoms of stroke are:
Before a stroke occurs, a less serious transient ischemic attack (TIA) can take place, offering more reduced symptoms. It is necessary to know it to act quickly. The patient should be medically attended to prevent the emergence of a more serious stroke within a few days or weeks before this " minor " stroke.
Causes of a stroke
A stroke is caused by one or more emboli from clots formed from another part of the body that are stuck in a brain artery blocking the flow of blood to the brain
Although they can be formed from any clots anywhere in the body, Strokes usually occur because of clots formed in the heart
Those who have a tendency to develop blood clots are more likely to suffer a stroke. (See causes of clots)
Consequences of a stroke
Sometimes the consequences of a stroke are minimal and there are very few sequels that disappear over time. Other times, the consequences are more serious and may be temporary or permanent. Among the main, we can point out the following:
The best way to prevent strokes is to take the following measures:
Diagnosis and treatment of a stroke
The diagnosis of a stroke is based on a physical examination to detect any possible symptoms. The physician is based mainly on verifying the speech, reflexes, vision, or the state of mental faculties. Auscultation of the heart and a blood pressure test is generally included.
In some cases other tests to assess the state of the brain or heart may be needed, such as angiography of the head (to uncover the blocked arteries), echocardiographies (To check the status of the heart) blood tests (to check cholesterol, sugar, blood clotting, etc.)
The official treatment of cerebral embolism focuses on the use of thrombolytic drugs used to dissolve clots and blood-thinning drugs that prevent new clots from forming.
Sometimes surgical procedures will be needed to remove the thrombus.
The natural treatment of a stroke is based on the use of a series of natural resources that can help prevent or treat it.
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