24 x 7 Stroke Management Centre in Ranchi, Jharkhand

The Department of Neurology at Orchid Medical Centre is fully equipped to manage stroke patients 24 x 7. Our centre offers critical treatment for long-term success and improving outcomes.

Stroke symptoms

When Blood flow to the brain is disrupted, it results in a stroke. When a blood clot stops one of the important blood vessels in the brain (ischemic stroke) or when a blood artery in the brain bursts, the blood supply to the brain is decreased, there is a disruption in blood flow (hemorrhagic stroke).

A stroke might cause symptoms to appear suddenly.

  • weakness or numbness on the side of your face or body.
  • speaking with difficulty or confusion.
  • sight loss
  • unsteadiness or nausea.
  • a terrible headache

A stroke is an emergency health condition. It’s crucial to be able to spot a stroke’s warning signals. When treatment is initiated right away after a stroke, recovery chances are at their highest. If you notice any of these signs, call 9117100100 and head straight to the hospital.

Different Stroke Types and Stroke Risks

There are 3 major stroke types:

Ischemic Stroke:

Approximately 80–90% of all strokes are ischemic strokes, making it by far the most prevalent kind of stroke. Ischemic stroke is a condition in which there is insufficient blood flow to a part of the brain (ischemia), depriving brain cells of oxygen and other nutrients and ultimately causing cell death.

Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA):

The symptoms of a transient ischemic attack (TIA), which are similar to those of an ischemic stroke, disappear completely, typically within an hour. Imaging investigations do not reveal any signs of tissue damage after TIAs. In a TIA, a blockage in a brain artery reduces blood flow, similar to an ischemic stroke, but the blockage is repaired naturally, preventing permanent damage to the brain tissue. The average TIA only lasts five to 10 minutes. TIA is a severe warning symptom that can occur days or weeks before a stroke. Patients who experience TIAs should undergo a thorough evaluation as soon as possible to identify the cause and begin treatment to help prevent stroke because TIAs are brought on by the same mechanisms that cause stroke.

Hemorrhagic Stroke:

In a hemorrhagic stroke, the brain bleeds. Small blood veins in the brain burst, resulting in this kind of stroke. Damage to brain cells is caused by the leaking vessel’s blood flow. Aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations are two forms of weakened blood vessels that commonly result in hemorrhagic stroke (AVMs).

Occurance of stroke in young adults and kids.

Up to 10% of strokes may happen in people who are still relatively young (under 45 years of age), which makes detection and treatment difficult. A number of unusual disorders that can affect young adults, are expertly diagnosed and treated by the Department of Neuroscience at Orchid Medical Centre.

Recognizing the risk factors for stroke

Risk factors are characteristics or actions that raise a person’s likelihood of contracting a disease. There are two groups of stroke risk factors:

  • those that can be changed and
  • those that cannot.

A patient’s risk of stroke increases with the number of risk factors they have.

Treatment for strokes at Orchid Medical Centre.

Advanced medical and surgical procedures are expertly handled by neuro-physicians and neurosurgeons at Orchid Medical Centre.

Your neuro doctor will decide on the best course of action for your stroke

  • based on your age, general health, and medical history.
  • stroke intensity, location, type, and cause.
  • your tolerance for particular treatments, surgeries, or drugs.
  • your preference.

If you have any symptoms of Stroke, then consult one of the best Neuro Physicians in Ranchi Jharkhand.

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