October 19th, 2009

Life Regained

Stroke can create a rippling impact across many lives. But with dedicated support of the family and rehabilitation support programs anyone can live with the long term effects of the stroke and get back to normal life gradually. Name – Mr. Vir Bahadur Kochher Age- 72 Illness- Hypertension with Left Stoke Present Condition- Walks independently Suddenly, on the night of 5th Jan, 2009 I found myself unable to move my right arm and leg besides having difficulty in speaking. The stroke had disabled me on the right side and rendered me weak with low endurance as well. I was devastated as I hated the fact of getting dependent on anyone to perform my daily tasks. It was so distressing.

September 10th, 2009

Stroke

Strokes, or brain attacks, are a major cause of death and permanent disability. They occur when blood flow to a region of the brain is obstructed and may result in death of brain tissue. Depending on which part of the brain has poor blood supply, a stroke can be mild to severe. It can happen when a blood clot blocks an artery in the brain. A stroke also can happen when the wall of an artery bursts. It is a medical emergency. Prompt treatment of a stroke could mean the difference between life and death. Early treatment can also minimize damage to your brain and potential disability. Symptoms Symptoms of stroke depend on the type and which area of the brain is affected. Symptoms include the

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