Stroke. How to care for patients who have suffered a stroke

A stroke is a clinical syndrome characterised by rapid development of signs of neurological involvement lasting more than 24 hours. Vascular in origin, a stroke is considered a medical emergency that requires immediate diagnosis and treatment.

The person who has suffered a stroke usually needs further rehabilitation but, in general, it is important to respect their initiative and autonomy, even if it takes them longer, and to avoid overprotection.

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Creation date: 17.12.2021, 10:03
Modification date: 17.05.2023, 11:37
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