INFOBYTES: Online resources for stroke prevention

August 2012 
Volume 42  Number 8
Pages 63 - 63
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Use these websites to teach patients about the warning signs of stroke and the best practices for stroke prevention. This webpage from the National Stroke Association explains three major signs of stroke. Tell patients to act FAST and call 911 immediately if they or a loved one experience any of the signs and symptoms listed. Register for free to gain access to this interactive stroke workbook from the American Heart Association. The workbook comprises 75 pages that detail the effects of stroke, including how to maximize recovery after stroke and how to prevent relapse. Each page offers users the option to read or listen to the information provided. Also included are quizzes after each chapter, printable pages for quick tips, and much more. The World Health Organization and the CDC created this Atlas to address the global epidemics of heart disease

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