Keyword: stroke & ischemic brain injury
Stroke & ischemic brain injury - a stroke is when blood flow is interrupted to any part of the brain. It can quickly result in damage to brain cells. The signs or symptoms of a stroke include limited or no movement or feeling on one side of the body, loss of vision to one side, dizziness or problems understanding or speaking. These symptoms can be permanent. There are two main types of stroke – a hemorrhagic stroke is due to bleeding, usually directly into the brain or into the space between the brain’s membranes, and an ischemic stroke is due to a lack of blood flow, usually a blood vessel blockage. Research might consider the short-term symptoms, impacts and treatment of a stroke or the long-term implications on brain function and daily quality of life after a stroke.
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Protecting against hemodialysis induced neuro-cognitive injury
Project Summary - Patients requiring dialysis for kidney failure have poorer survival rates than many kinds of cancer and they suffer very high rates of cardiovascular mortality...
State-of-the-art clinical assessment of hand function
Project Summary - It is hard to overstate the importance of our hands in daily life. From writing on a piece of paper to playing the guitar, our hands are the primary means through which...
PET and MRI measurements of neuroinflammation and brain plasticity after a stroke
Project Summary - Prolonged inflammation of brain tissue can result in degeneration and dysfunction of white matter (the tissue that allows messages to pass between neurons in grey matter)...
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BrainsCAN - Results Announcement: BrainsCAN Accelerator Internal Granting Program
BrainsCAN - Fellow aims to help others through WORLDiscoveries’ Medical Innovation Fellowship Program