Everywhere in the world, stroke is a leading cause of death and
disability. Stroke is currently more common in India than it is in
any other developing market country. According to the National
Center for Biotechnology Information, 1.8 million Americans
suffer a stroke every year (National Center for Biotechnology
According to the World Health Organization, a blood artery ruptures or a blood clot prevents blood from reaching the brain. A stroke occurs as a consequence of this interruption in blood flow. Consequently, the brain tissue is destroyed since it is no longer receiving enough oxygen and nutrients.
Following a stroke, the patient may have difficulties with memory,
attention, understanding, and decision-making.
Every day is a struggle for them now that they've got to re-learn everything from the very beginning. As a consequence, for stroke patients, every day is crucial to recovery. Physiotherapists, speech therapists, and nurses may all be required to assist them through this challenging period to return to their regular lives assoon as possible after the accident.
Following discharge from the hospital, the patient's care does not
cease; in fact, the most critical aspects of the patient's care
continue after release. A patient's need for nursing care increases
after a hospital visit, owing to the illness that the patient has just
A few of the benefits of having a loved one in nursing care are as
● After a hospital stay, infection risks are high, but post- hospital nursing care and continuous follow-up care may help to reduce the likelihood of re-hospitalization.
● Caregivers play a vital part in the healing process and should be supported as much as possible by their families. However, it is possible that being physically there for a patient all of the time will be detrimental to the caregiver's health and lead them to become isolated from the rest of the world. Nursing care provides a helping hand to bereaved families by relieving them of some of the financial and emotional burdens that they are bearing.
● Assistance with day-to-day activities — During this challenging time, nursing attendants can help stroke survivors with their regular routines and activities. Some people may have difficulty with personal hygiene tasks such as bathing, dressings, toilet, and other activities. Nurses help patients overcome physical limits while preserving their dignity, allowing for a more expedited and pleasant rehabilitation process.
At APRC HOME CARE, we provide comprehensive and
comprehensive stroke treatment options to ensure a patient's full
recovery!! Our specialized offerings include the Stroke Step Down
Plan, Stroke Recovery Plan, and Stroke Assistance Plan, to name
a few. Each plan provides access to one or more members of our
team who have been trained and have extensive expertise in
assisting patients in recovering more rapidly.
A stroke patient may find it challenging to go ahead after the event. The good news is that, with the support of their loved ones and proper therapy, individuals may get back on track much more rapidly than they would otherwise!