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Michael Jaff, DO, Medical Director of the Massachusetts General Hospital Fireman Vascular Center explains how carotid artery disease can cause a stroke, unless it is found early and treated, and how you can identify your risk for this condition.
Guy Rordorf, MD, vascular neurologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital Fireman Vascular Center, says an imaging test can detect fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD), and recommends it for those with a family history of the condition. Learn more about FMD and how it weakens artery walls and can lead to severe hypertension or stroke.
A young stroke victim experiences a dramatic recovery from a life threatening basilar artery occlusion with the help of the Acute Stroke Team and Dr. Aneesh Singhal. Also featuring Dr. Lee Schwamm.
13 days after giving birth to her son, a young woman suffers a stroke and makes a miraculous recovery. Features Dr. Leslie-Mazwi, Dr. Mehta and Dr. Musolino.Acute Stroke Care: When Time is Critical
Jessica Diaz had a stroke caused by a small hole in the heart, which had allowed a blood clot to travel to her brain. As a young and active mother of two, Jessica worked with a team of Mass General doctors to not only repair her heart, but determine a treatment plan to minimize future health risks.
This is a video simulation of what it's like to be a stroke patient at MGH.
Stroke Awareness Month Videos
Ways to Reduce Your Cholesterol with Dr. Lee Schwamm
Stroke Awareness Month: 30 for 30 Challenge
Stroke Prevention: 3 Tips from Mass General Hospital
FAST Warning Signs Video
Stroke Awareness Video (Arabic) with Mahmoud AbdelRazek, MD
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Emergency Stroke Evaluation Videos
Opening and Goal Times
Arrival and Triage
Trauma/Acute Entry and Registration
AtPA Consent and Order
MGH Simulation Data and Credits
Quality of Nursing for MGH Stroke Patients
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