ArtsAutosBooksBusinessEducationEntertainmentFamilyFashionFoodGamesGenderHealthHolidaysHomeHubPagesPersonal FinancePetsPoliticsReligionSportsTechnologyTravel

Cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral infarction, or stroke

Updated on July 24, 2013

What is a stroke and what effect it has on the patient and the family

This lens is it about a cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral infarction or stroke

These are experiences I have gained through my mother has suffered a stroke back 4 years.

The hospitalization period, rehabilitation and the slow but sure still improving conditions even after 4 years.

My mother called me but I could understand it's hardly any hair resembled murmur of a child who almost cannot talk.

By enormous efforts in me I understood something totally was wrong and get immediate someone who lived 5 minutes away called they just went to see what was going on, I myself live on more than one hour by car from my mother, but because I cannot drive takes at least 3 to 4 hours before I can be with her.

This person called the alarm line and so my mother is transported with wailing sirens to the hospital,

my mother never want to burden someone but the ambulance had to stand still in the middle of an intersection because they have to place an extra infusion now all traffic was up because the ambulance stood in the way.

When she arrived at the hospital there have been many studies and she ended up in the intensive care unit , where she survived seven pneumonias, although a few times it was critical , a few times we have been called and have to rush to the hospital and we had a few conversations you rather not have not to have, and put your mother to sleep. Luckily she has a strong will to survive and is still with us.

After a long period of rehabilitation in hospital, she eventually transferred to a rehabilitation clinic again reasonably have gotten her going because she could not stay longer and was brought over to another clinic where they continue rehabilitating, by the stroke she could not feed herself because she always choked in her own mucus and then got another pneumonia, therefore it was decided to place an permanent PEG probe

Until 3 months ago, she used this probe, and meanwhile there trying to get my mother back to solid food in the nursing home where she lives now with small steps in the beginning, the food was completely pureiated gepureed and step by step could be what coarser.

The CVA what struck my mother was in her small brains, and she was very lucky for that matter, she can still talk, write and walk a little, but only with a walker, she is in a wheelchair al day because she can no walk larger pieces and may not walk alone, because there is also something of her motor senses damaged, making that she cannot hold herself as she misses the signal when she falls.

This video is in Dutch but the literal translation I have written here in English - Also watch the video, informative animations are shown

The brains are the control center of your body.

Hardly a day goes incentives within that tell you what you feel, see and ruikt.Uw herenen ensure that the body quickly and responds well to these incentives.

At a stroke, the control center and get upset certain parts of your brains too little oxygen. The part of the brains that no oxygen gets dies.

At a stroke can be expressed from an

* Cerebral hemorrhage

* Cerebral infarction

* Or a TIA (Trancient Ismaemic Attack)

In a Brain stroke or TIA is an artery in the brains completed this is due to a clot in the blood or clogging of the artery by atherosclerosis, the underlying area gets little or no oxygen and dies.

Arise signs in a TIA symptoms usually disappear within a few minutes and that within one day.

A TIA therefore also called a transient stroke.

In a stroke creates a tear in the blood vessel or blood vessel bursts open, blood flows into the brain creates a blood accumulation, which exerts pressure on the brain, this becomes damaged.

You can recognize a stroke by a crooked mouth, paralysis of an arm or leg or speech disorders, these symptoms may indicate a lack of oxygen in the brains on the outside can not see what the cause is and how serious the situation is.

It can be either a TIA, stroke already a stroke are, the sooner someone in the hospital sooner the cause is known and the less chance of permanent damage.

Why not wait, call immediately the alarm numer if you experience these symptoms.

Video Credit http://www.herseninfarct.org

Information about infarction, hemorrhage or stroke

cerebral Infarction

A stroke occurs when there is a blockage in a blood vessel is in the brains. Then, a portion of the brains without oxygen and nutrients and of damaging with the result that the die or less change in performance. The popularly stroke also known as a stroke. In 80% of cases of stroke, there is a cerebral infarction.

How is a stroke?

A stroke can be caused by the clogging of an artery clogging hersenen.Dit takes time beslagvan the artery. There is more and more against the vessel wall deposition which eventually leads to that no more blood can be done by. This is called a stroke. It is also possible that a blood clot from the heart goes to the brains and there an artery. The brains are then no more blood and no oxygen .. read more

What is a stroke?

In a stroke there is a tear in a blood vessel. The result is that blood flowing around or in the brains. Because the blood accumulates is pushed aside due to which the brain tissue of the brain tissue damage. The symptoms that follow a stroke are the same as for stroke. A CT scan is the difference clearly demonstrate .. read more

Consequences stroke

For every person that has had a stroke will vary the consequences. The effects are dependent on the location in the brains where the infarct occurs, and how much brain tissue damage. The effects of a stroke, the symptoms that you can find on this page.

Usefull products after a stroke

Hugo Elite Rollator Walker with Seat, Backrest and Saddle Bag, Blue
Hugo Elite Rollator Walker with Seat, Backrest and Saddle Bag, Blue

blue rollator walker has a 2 inch height adjustable built-in seat with backrest, quick and easy to set up

 
Invacare Heavy Duty Wheelchair
Invacare Heavy Duty Wheelchair

flame retardant, Heavy Duty Frame incorporates a dual crossbrace, for individuals requiring a transport chair, support a weight up to 400 lbs.

 

How the Body Works - Movement and the Cerebellum

Brains are complex

but I hope to simplify something

Mapping the brain
Mapping the brain

Subtopics on cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral infarction

Alzheimer, ALS, autism and ADHD

Brains mapping a step closer.

There are no separate brain regions but it is a dynamic entity which hoarse parts work together.

Connections

Traditionally brains as a collecting centers seen areas, each with a specific function, such as movement, language or speech, and there are also brain areas involved in a particular function.

Researcher Martijn van den Heuvel working at UMC Utrecht (Netherlands)

thinks that operation of brains mainly comes from the connections between these brain areas.

Characteristics as intelligence or emotion are not in a place in the brains, this goes for schizophrenia that is not located in one area.

Therefore, it is researched compounds in the brains, as these are particularly important for proper brain function.

It's a huge job, because the human brain has about 80 billion neurons, and each neuron has an average of 10 thousand connections, and is a huge network that is not easy charting. .

Development of diseases

The "hubs" in the network are key information points in the brain, and maybe links between different brain areas. "The connections between these points are important to bring. Information in the brains together these compounds bring all the information together.

If there is a fault or blockage may have consequences for the overall functioning of the brains. Takes place by damage to a compound

Research on this road of brains can give new insights , at the emergence of neurological and psychiatric diseases, Zolas ADHD, Alzheimer's, autism, and ALS.

Van den Heuvel suspected cooperation of decentralized points in schizophrenia is not actually together well. the connectome (kind of map of the brains) offers new opportunities to investigate whether there is something disturbed 'in which connections.

Photo Credit: iStockphoto

New Amazon

Photo Credit: Amazon

Medline Heavy Duty Bariatric Aluminum Rollator Walker with 8" Wheels, 400 lb. Capacity
Medline Heavy Duty Bariatric Aluminum Rollator Walker with 8" Wheels, 400 lb. Capacity

Reinforced forks to support higher weight capacity,.

Height adjusts from 31.5 to inch 37.5 inch, 80 to 95 cm

 

Do you think brain hemorrhage has great impact on the patient and family?

See results

Did you know that

The yellow part is the Frontal lobe

The red part is the Parietal lobe

The green part is the Temporal lobe

The dark blue part is the Occipital lobe

The light blue part is the Brain stem

The purple part is the Cerrebellum

CVA means Cerebro Vasculair Accident.

Aneurysm bulge of a blood vessel or vascular malformation

There are three meninges around the brains and partly to the spinal cord

* Directly around the brains is the soft meninges

* Then follows the the arachnoid

* There again outside lies the dura mater

Soft meninges

Pia mater or soft cerebral meninges, it is lying on the structures of the central nervous system.

Cobweb Fleece

This meninges, is located between the hard and the soft meninges.

Dura mater

Is a membrane of connective tissue between parts of the central nervous system and the skull.

Perhaps this is unnecessary information, and you knew all this, but often it is as you've had a stroke there can be a big one to follow and do more harm but of course it is also true that if you've had a severe one there can follow one of several smaller strokes, this need not always be.

Animation credit: Animaatjes.nl

May I please have a little bit of privacy!
May I please have a little bit of privacy!

This comment is posted with the permission of people who have had a stroke

If you have had a stroke, you are depending from one day to another on other people to help you, to get back on your feet, it sometimes happenes that there is no thought about what happened to you, if you cannot go to the lavatory on your own any more, there has to come someone to help you and the private piece is taken from you, and that I think is very difficult.

Cerebral hemorrhage cerebral infarction and stroke images - I hope you learn a thing or two

Click thumbnail to view full-size
Brainmind.netBrainmind.netBrainmind.netstrokewww.strokerehabitunit.ieIschaemic strokewww.strokerehabitunit.ieradiology.rsna.orgCerebellum
Brainmind.net
Brainmind.net
Brainmind.net
Brainmind.net
Brainmind.net
Brainmind.net
strokewww.strokerehabitunit.ie
stroke www.strokerehabitunit.ie
Ischaemic strokewww.strokerehabitunit.ie
Ischaemic stroke www.strokerehabitunit.ie
radiology.rsna.org
radiology.rsna.org
Cerebellum
Cerebellum

Photo credit and special thanks!

Photo credit:

If no credit at a picture, this is not intentional, but I could not find it. If there is a picture posted of which you know the origin and is not listed, then let me know, I will place the credit.

Special thanks:

To all organizations, including photos movies and the like are used, if I forgot someone, let me know as I will still mention the credit.

New Guestbook Comments

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    • marktplaatsshop profile image
      Author

      marktplaatsshop 3 years ago

      @Melissa Miotke: Yes it is scary, at first, but my mother is doing very well now, and she learned to live with her restrictions, and so did we.

    • Melissa Miotke profile image

      Melissa Miotke 3 years ago from Arizona

      This is so scary but very informative.

    • marktplaatsshop profile image
      Author

      marktplaatsshop 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Thanks

    • profile image

      anonymous 4 years ago

      good work

    • SandyMertens profile image

      Sandy Mertens 4 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      Good information. I would hate to have this.

    • marktplaatsshop profile image
      Author

      marktplaatsshop 4 years ago

      @sharadkgupta lm: Thank you so much for your kind comment, it is a lens that is dear to my heart, and hope that people learn a few things from it.

    • sharadkgupta lm profile image

      sharadkgupta lm 4 years ago

      superb work done by you.It is a classic lens.

    • ClassyGals profile image

      Cynthia Davis 4 years ago from Pittsburgh

      Best wishes, dear. Thanks for sharing your experience.

    • marktplaatsshop profile image
      Author

      marktplaatsshop 4 years ago

      @triley76: Thanks for your comment on my cerebral hemorrhage lens, I appreciate it, you don't have to pay attention to it every day but if you notice something be more allert to it.

    • profile image

      triley76 4 years ago

      Thanks, helpful lens. Due to family history, I'm at a higher risk for strokes, so I've not starting paying more attention.

    • profile image

      vicky71 4 years ago

      This is such a great information. i can't express in words. My parents are old and i have to be cautious. Thanks. A very helpful Lens

    • marktplaatsshop profile image
      Author

      marktplaatsshop 4 years ago

      @sukkran trichy: thank you for your kind comment, and like on my cerebral hemorrhage lens it is highley appreciated

    • sukkran trichy profile image

      sukkran trichy 4 years ago from Trichy/Tamil Nadu

      learned new things from this lens. love your health related article.

    • marktplaatsshop profile image
      Author

      marktplaatsshop 4 years ago

      @RinchenChodron: Yes that is scary, hope you will never have one,it is hard for both the patient and the family, thanks for visiting, commenting and liking my lens on cerebral hemorrhage, I appreciate it

    • profile image

      RinchenChodron 4 years ago

      Yes, I am at risk for a stroke due to a heart arrhythmia. Pretty scary!

    • marktplaatsshop profile image
      Author

      marktplaatsshop 4 years ago

      @anonymous: No I am not a profesional doctor, got this information from experiences with a family member, and of course some research. thank you so much for visiting and commenting my lens

    • profile image

      anonymous 4 years ago

      Gives good knowledge. Are you related to medical profession

      Visit and comment.

      http://www.squidoo.com/cost-of-poor-quality-sst

      http://www.squidoo.com/six-sigma-technology

      Wanted to know about job opportunities in computer software dfield

      mail cjain9999@gmail.com

    • marktplaatsshop profile image
      Author

      marktplaatsshop 4 years ago

      @Socialpro54 LM: Thank you, that was one of my intentions people to learn something from this lens.

      thanks for your visit and liking my lens on cerebral hemorrhage, it is appreciated

    • marktplaatsshop profile image
      Author

      marktplaatsshop 4 years ago

      @nana2013: Thank you nana2013, I hope that people will learn things from this lens, well actually from all my lenses.

      Thank you for visiting and liking this lens on cerebral hemorrhage

    • Socialpro54 LM profile image

      Socialpro54 LM 4 years ago

      Learned a lot from your lens...

    • nana2013 profile image

      nana2013 4 years ago

      What a great lens! So full of info on these important topics!

    • profile image

      prakash-mishra-9212 4 years ago

      Good work. Keep it up.

    • marktplaatsshop profile image
      Author

      marktplaatsshop 4 years ago

      @TapIn2U: Thank you for your kind words, I appreciate it, also thanks for liking and visiting my lens

    • TapIn2U profile image

      TapIn2U 4 years ago

      Information overload! Learned a lot from your lens. Sundae ;-)

    • marktplaatsshop profile image
      Author

      marktplaatsshop 4 years ago

      @happy-birthday: Thank you again for visiting and liking my lenses, my mom is doing real fine now, she is still improving even after almost 4 years. i hope to keep great lenses comming:-)

    • happy-birthday profile image

      Birthday Wishes 4 years ago from Here

      Another great lens! Keep the good work coming... ;-) I hope that your mom is still feeling fine!

    • marktplaatsshop profile image
      Author

      marktplaatsshop 4 years ago

      @anonymous: thanks for adding this nice comment, and liking my lens on cerebral hemorrhage

    • marktplaatsshop profile image
      Author

      marktplaatsshop 4 years ago

      @anonymous: thank you, you are so kind, thanks for leaving this comment on my lens about cerebral hemorrhage

    • profile image

      anonymous 4 years ago

      Information that everyone should read!

    • marktplaatsshop profile image
      Author

      marktplaatsshop 4 years ago

      @gadgetking1: Thank you for your nice comment, and also for liking my cerebral hemorrhage lens

    • gadgetking1 profile image

      gadgetking1 4 years ago

      Great info. Glad to hear your mom is improving :)

    • marktplaatsshop profile image
      Author

      marktplaatsshop 4 years ago

      @takkhisa: Takkhis thank you for visiting and liking my lens, I appreciate it.

      thisone is not ready yet, but I did publish it already, I strive to make my lenses all get to 100% and this one is only 92% but there is more to come.

      My mom ( is 84 now) is doing great, her improvements are small but stil going on,

      I hope, your granny will not suffer, a severe one, altough it is known that once You had one, there are more to come.

    • takkhisa profile image

      Takkhis 4 years ago

      I am sorry to know that your mom had a stroke! I hope she is doing fine right now. My granny who is 90 had 2 strokes last year even though those were not that much severe, she still can walk and talk.