ISBN : 9781632410078
Publisher : haylemedical
Language : English
Category : Neuroscience & Neurology
Publication Year : 2015
Price : USD 115.00
Description : A stroke can be ischemic or hemorrhagic. This book provides advanced information regarding acute ischemic stroke. Despite important technological developments in past few years, their influence on our overall health and social well-being is not always clearly visible. Evidently, one of the best instances of this is reflected by the fact that mortality rates as a consequence of cerebrovascular diseases have only slightly altered in the right direction, if they have changed at all. This makes cerebrovascular diseases one of the most widespread reasons for both disability and death. In such a case, to have a book that contains in a profound and summarized manner, a group of topics directly connected to the preclinical investigative developments and the therapeutic procedures for the cerebrovascular disease in its acute phase; makes for a helpful tool for the broad range of contributors of solution to the problems associated with this condition. These include students, professors, researchers, practitioners and a health policy maker whose work demonstrates one of the significant social and human impact challenges of the twenty-first century basic and clinical neurosciences.
Author's Description :
Robin Deaver, MD, PhD specializes in neurology and neuroradiology. His academic and research interests lie in the study of ischemic stroke and stroke rehabilitation. He serves as an associate professor at a medical university in United Kingdom. He has received several awards for his teaching and research contributions. Deaver has authored and edited numerous articles, journal papers and books in the field of neuroscience and neurology.