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National Stroke Association's multimedia library offers a one-stop shop for stroke information in a variety of formats. All downloadable materials with the exception of press releases are available for educational use without permission. Users are asked to credit National Stroke Association as the copyright holder.

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Intracranial Atherosclerosis

© 2006

What do you do when you experience hardening of the arteries in your brain? This brochure will fill you in.

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Living with PBA_Flyer

© 2017

Living with PBA_Flyer

Medication Adherence and Compliance

© 2012

Know the importance of taking stroke-related medications on time and as directed

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Mobility After Stroke

© 2018

Learn about treatments for paralysis and spasticity after stroke.

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Pseudobulbar Affect After a Stroke

© 2015

Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA) affects up to half of stroke survivors, but often goes misdiagnosed and under reported by survivors.

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Que Es Un Ataque Cerebrovascular?

© 2016

Este folleto explica cómo sucede un ataque cerebrovascular, los diferentes tipos y cómo prevenirlo.

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Reduce Your Risk of Stroke Starting Now

© 2015

Start reducing risk now by following prevention guidelines inside this brochure. Also available in Spanish.

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Reduzca su riesgo de ACV a partir de ahora

© 2016

Aprende màs cómo reducir su riesgo de ACV.

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Steps Against Recurrent Stroke

© 2018

Take steps against recurrent stroke by making the necessary changes in your life.

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