The Time after a Stroke




“The technology and medication are in constant development,” said Neurologist Felipe de los Rios about what’s next after a stroke. “The idea is offering the medication to more people faster and safer. We also look to protect the brain,” he says. One of the most important things is trying to stop the brain damage.

“There is research being done on ‘cooling’ the brain that has not panned out as we would like. It’s called neural protectant: chemicals that you can do that prevent irreversible injuries for long periods of time and have longer time window to provide therapy,” he explains. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
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