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The incidence of cerebrovascular disease continues to grow worldwide as a primary cause of morbidity and mortality.

Introduction To Stroke
The Neurophile (by Rutgers RWJMS Neurology)

Introduction To Stroke

Please note that this video was made in 2018, so the acute management of stroke has changed somewhat. While the principles still hold, we do not discuss the indications for thrombectomy. Please refer to my most recent videos for that ( and 00:56 Objectives 00:52 Vascular anatomy and syndromes ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE 07:59 Case of a confused man 11:35 National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale 14:21 Reading a head CT 17:13 Primary goal of acute ischemic stroke management 17:46 Intravenous tissue plasminogen activator 19:40 Mechanical thrombectomy 21:05 Time is brain! 23:30 Preventing secondary injury and preventing stroke recurrence 25:28 Ischemic stroke workup 26:43 Classification and pathologies 33:24 Ischemic stroke risk by mechanism 38:49 Prevention regimen 40:06 Transient ischemic attack 41:47 Interlude ACUTE CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE 43:03 Case of a man with a headache 44:15 Acute management 46:36 Classification and mechanisms 48:02 Diagnostic workup 51:14 Hemorrhagic stroke risk by mechanism 51:41 Subarachnoid hemorrhage 54:10 Management of acute subarachnoid hemorrhage 56:05 SUMMARY Slides: Developed, Produced and Narrated by: Igor Rybinnik MD Assistant Professor of Neurology Neurology Clerkship Director Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Appropriate for: MS2-4 learner level Disclaimer: Please note that this material was simplified for educational purposes. For patient management, please review your clinical society's guidelines and engage expert consultation when appropriate. Also, the opinions expressed in this talk do not necessarily reflect those of Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical school or Rutgers University as a whole.
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