Brain Stroke

A brain stroke occurs when a part of the brain stops working due to loss of blood supply. As a result, the body part controlled by the injured region of the brain stops functioning. A stroke is caused by the blockage of an artery in the brain due to blood clots. Symptoms of brain stroke include trouble walking, speaking and understanding, as well as paralysis or numbness of the face, arm or leg. There are two types of brain stroke, namely, Ischaemic and Haemorrhagic stroke, which involves clot in an artery in the former and a ruptured artery in the latter. CT Scan or MRI is used to detect a brain stroke. The best hospitals for the treatment for brain stroke-like ours use Alteplase, Blood Thinners, Statin, Antihypertensive drug and ACE inhibitor for treatment under the guidance of the best doctors for the treatment of brain stroke. A brain stroke can be prevented by keeping a check on your BP, weight loss, physical activity, and prevention of smoking.

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