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What is Stroke Treatment

A stroke is a serious emergency situation in which every second matters. A stroke happens when the blood supply to the brain is interrupted or stops, which results in the death of brain cells. Even a brief lack of blood flow or oxygen to the brain can result in major, lifelong problems with speech, movement, thinking, and bodily control.

If therapy is obtained as soon as possible after a stroke, damage can be minimized and further strokes can be avoided. Receiving treatment for a stroke as soon as possible is important. To help someone who may be having a stroke, there are three key signs to look for, face drooping, arm weakness, or speech problems. These symptoms may be remembered quickly by the acronym "FAST."

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After unsuccessful treatments from Turkey, Medanta gave me almost second life: Tabatha Haider, Iraq

After unsuccessful treatments from Turkey, Medanta gave me almost second life: Tabatha Haider, Iraq

My name Tabatha Haider from Iraq and I am 44 years old. When I was 18, I was addicted to drinking. For 5 years, I drank a lot and it results in liver cancer. I consult with my doctor in Turkey and they said I have cancerous cells inside my liver and they can spread from one body part to another. I started my treatment in Turkey but unfortunately, they weren’t able to cure my disease. I started searching for a good hospital in Turkey and even outside it. Eventually, I came to know there is a hospital in India name Medanta the Medicity through Marlin Medical Assistance. I went to India for my treatment.

I came to know the cancer institute at Medanta is a one-stop destination for solutions to all cancer patients. With high technologies like CyberKnife VSI robotic radiosurgery, ICRT, VMAT, Tomotherapy and other high-end equipment, this hospital is providing the best treatment to cancer patients. I lost all my hope before reaching Medanta but at Medanta I was treated very well. This hospital focuses on the patient first approach and for this, they formed a Disease Management Group to cancer care.

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This is true that after unsuccessful treatments from Turkey, Medanta gave me an almost second life and I will never forget the doctors, Marlin, their team, and their positive attitude towards every patient. When world-class healthcare meets world-class technology it comes up something unique. This is what this hospital is, delivering world-class health care in India at an affordable rate. My cancer is gone now completely and I am thankful to the entire Marlin and hospital team who helped me in this journey.

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Stroke Treatment Treatment


Kinds of strokes

Ischemia and hemorrhage are the two primary kinds of strokes.

Ischemic stroke: Ischemia occurs when cells experience insufficient blood flow to provide them with oxygen. This typically occurs as a result of anything obstructing the blood arteries in your brain, stopping the flow of blood. The majority of strokes, or 80% of all strokes, are ischemic strokes.

Ischemic strokes often occur in one of the methods listed below:

  • Developing a blood clot in your brain (thrombosis).
  • A piece of a blood clot that developed in another part of your body breaks off and travels through your blood arteries before being lodged in your brain (embolism).
  • Small vessel blockage, can result from long-term untreated high blood pressure (hypertension), high cholesterol (hyperlipidemia), or high blood sugar (Type 2 diabetes).
  • Unknown causes (these are so-called cryptogenic strokes; "cryptogenic" is a term that implies "hidden origin").

Hemorrhagic stroke: Hemorrhagic strokes result in bleeding inside or outside of the brain. One of two things can cause this:

  • Internal bleeding in the brain (intracerebral). It takes place when a blood artery within the brain bursts or rips, resulting in bleeding that increases pressure on the nearby brain tissue.
  • Subarachnoid space bleeding (the space between your brain and its outer covering). Your brain is encircled by the arachnoid membrane, a thin layer of tissue with a pattern like a spider web. The subarachnoid space (the prefix "sub" means "under") exists between it and your brain. A subarachnoid hemorrhage, or bleeding into the subarachnoid space, can result from injury to blood arteries that flow through the arachnoid membrane, placing pressure on the brain tissue below.


A patient will receive emergency stroke treatment once they are under the care of a medical team and the diagnosis has been performed. This treatment may include breathing assistance and intravenous fluids, drugs to dissolve blood clots, drugs and therapies to reduce brain swelling and protect the brain, and brain surgery to remove clots, lower pressure, or treat bleeds.

Treatments may occasionally be provided prior to a stroke, for example, to individuals with diseases that increase their risk of having a stroke. Treatments for preventing strokes include, among other things, blood-thinning and cholesterol-lowering drugs, as well as surgical procedures like carotid endarterectomy to help normalize blood flow and left atrial appendage closure to stop clots in people with atrial fibrillation.

The many elements that affect stroke treatment are numerous. The type of stroke a person gets is the most important factor in deciding on a course of treatment.

Ischemic: The main goal in treating ischemic strokes is to re-establish blood flow to the afflicted parts of the brain. There are situations when irreversible harm can be avoided or at least the severity of a stroke can be reduced if this occurs quickly enough.

Hemorrhagic: The course of treatment for hemorrhagic strokes varies on the extent and location of the bleeding. Because doing so will lessen the amount of bleeding and prevent it from growing worse, lowering blood pressure is frequently the main goal. Enhancing clotting is another option for therapy to halt the bleeding. Sometimes surgery is required to relieve the pressure that accumulated blood puts on your brain.

Thrombolytic drugs

Within the first three hours following the onset of stroke symptoms, thrombolytic medications are a possibility. These drugs break apart clots that have already formed.

Mechanical thrombectomy

A catheterization method called mechanical thrombectomy may be used in some situations, particularly when thrombolytic medications are not an option. In this operation, a catheter-like device is inserted into a significant blood artery and guided up to the brain clot. Once there, a device on the catheter's tip can be used to remove the clot.


Surgery may be required in some circumstances to release pressure on your brain. This is especially true for subarachnoid hemorrhages, which are located on your brain's outer surface and are therefore simpler to access.

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