Aphasia

How Cardiac Rehab can help you recover from a heart event

GAIL HOGAN: I'm Gail Hogan, and I'm a heart disease survivor and a patient at the Ross Heart Hospital. Like you, I know the challenges of recovering from heart surgery or a…

Views: 71 By: Ohio State Wexner Medical Center
Labels: stroke with aphasia

Today the topic is "labels". There can be "positive" or "negative" labels. Labels can be "helpful" or "hinder" progress. "Label" is a noun: --a word or phrase that describes or identifies…

Views: 108 By: Christine Huggins
Conversion Disorders

This is a VIP recording on the topic of conversion disorders. The author of these slides is Dr. Tiltren Liang David, a resident of the National Healthcare Group. The following are the…

Views: 148 By: Learning in 10
Broca's Aphasia (with english subtitle)

Tt was a case of 44 years old male who had head trauma and develop broca's aphasia and broca's aphasia it has 3 features first the patient present with comprehension speech…

Views: 164 By: Mohamed Taryam
Prodrome

In medicine, a prodrome is an early symptom that might indicate the start of a disease before specific symptoms occur. It is derived from the Greek word prodromos, meaning "precursor".…

Views: 199 By: Audiopedia
Living With Arachnoiditis Home Video4~slk

I borrowed money and I made a very painful trip to see the specialist out of state and ...he told me that the medication that was used in my anesthesia was withdrawn for approval for…

Views: 224 By: Sheila Kalkbrenner
Parkinson's Disease Taylor French guest Mike Paulus

Parkinson's Disease Taylor French - Guest Mike Paulus Starting to walk again... The difference with vegetable extract - Hello, my name is Mike Paulus. The purpose of this video…

Views: 277 By: Pwits
PACE participant videos, part 2, section 2: Goals & criteria of successful…

In this visit, Dr. Esser will go into greater detail about the medications his patient will need to take. He will discuss why the medications are needed, their safety, and the goals…

Views: 567 By: NHLBI
05d Shock Discussion V1

Hello. My name is Matt Strehlow from Stanford University. And in this case, we're going to be talking about a patient who presents in possible shock. And asking a few key questions…

Views: 591 By: Emergency Medicine
HANDS|on: Supportive computer interface for home rehabilitation after stroke

Stroke is the leading cause… …of severe physical disability in the world. Frequently stroke survivors are left with partial paralysis… …on one side of the body. Fine motor skills can…

Views: 659 By: Dasgelbem
It Sure Is Nice To See Some Progress

Hi! Bil here. How you doin'? I'm going for the Pirate look. Aaaarg! Well,um what's been happening with me? Number one. Is a my speech is getting better. It was a lot of…

Views: 753 By: Ask a Flight Attendant
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): Recovery using Physical and Speech Therapy

Life at Helen Hayes was beautiful. From my bedroom window, from my hospital room I could see a beautiful view of the river, the Hudson River, right outside the window. I did lots of…

Views: 1 299 By: Helen Hayes Hospital
Krystal visits the INR in Los Angeles 720p

All right. So, I am one week post my first injection. I am amazed at how well I'm doing. I'm taking better strides, my heel steps better I'm able to open my hand up When…

Views: 1 655 By: Institute of Neurological Recovery
What Does Stroke Recovery Look Like?

[ serene music] Strokes are very common, ah, in Canada there's approximately 50,000 new strokes a year. We have ah, programs like Stroke Recovery Canada designed to help people…

Views: 1 656 By: Marchofdimescda
Medical Coding for Stroke Syndrome Code 436

This slide, everyone, actually came about when I had trouble with this code 436 stroke syndrome, because if you're not familiar with strokes it's really easy to get confused.…

Views: 1 729 By: MedicalCodingCert
Receptive aphasia

Receptive aphasia, also known as Wernicke’s aphasia, fluent aphasia, or sensory aphasia, is a type of aphasia traditionally associated with neurological damage to Wernicke’s area in…

Views: 1 914 By: Audiopedia
Lisa Deck - Stroke Survivor

- I was 21 years old, and I was going to American University in Washington, DC. I'd been sick for, like a day or two, where I had a severe headache, my left side was numb, and I…

Views: 3 517 By: AmericanHeartFDA
Middle cerebral artery syndrome

Middle cerebral artery syndrome is a condition whereby the blood supply from the middle cerebral artery is restricted, leading to a reduction of the function of the portions of the…

Views: 4 777 By: Audiopedia
Symptoms of a Stroke : The Visible Symptoms of a Stroke

We're going to cover physical symptoms that you might see with a stroke. We're going to start by showing the facial droop. This is very common, this is what a person would look…

Views: 6 330 By: Expertvillage
Tactus Therapy - Speech Therapy In Your Hands

A stroke is a really devastating illness. It happens in an instant and your life is changed forever. When a stroke happens, it doesn't just happen to one person, it happens to the…

Views: 6 608 By: Tactustherapy