Kevin M. Barrett, James F. Meschia
John Wiley & Sons, Feb 14, 2013 - Medical - 176 pages
This book considers various topics regarding stroke, including bedside evaluation of the acute stroke patient; neurovascular imaging of the acute stroke patient; treatment of acute ischemic stroke; treatment of hemorrhagic stroke; prevention and management of post-stroke complications; diagnosis of stroke mechanism and secondary stroke prevention; post-stroke recovery; and considerations for very elderly and severely affected stroke patients. Essential reading for neurologists and cardiologists.
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