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Stroke

Age:
years
Height:
cm
Weight:
kg
Gender:

Risk Factors:

Hypertension:
Diabetes mellitus:
Elevated cholesterol levels:
Cardiovascular diseases:
Atherosclerosis:
A sedentary lifestyle:
Smoking:
Alcohol:
Drugs:

Symptoms:

Consciousness disorder:
the person doesn't understand what's going on
Loss of consciousness:
Disorientation:
the person does not understand where he/she is
Headache:
Dizziness:
Nausea or vomiting:
Inaudible speech:
Visual impairment:
unclear vision, narrowed visual fields, strabismus
Balance disturbance:
Weakness in the extremities:
frequently on one side of the body
Facial weakness:
frequently on one side of the face
The patient can smile: yes no
The patient can repeat a simple phrase: yes no
The patient can lift both arms symmetrically: yes no
Drowsiness:
Feeling the heat:
Rapid heartbeat:
Dry mouth:
Asymmetry of the face or body:
Hypertension (high blood pressure):
systolic ≥140, diastolic ≥90
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Algorithm:

Age. Stroke can happen at any age, but young people are less likely to have it. There are the following age groups:

Gender Men have a slightly higher incidence of stroke than women. Also, the risk group for age occurs earlier than in women.

Risk factors.The list of diseases and lifestyle listed on the questionnaire increase the risk of stroke.

Symptoms. Stroke has overt symptoms and comorbidities. A combination of these allows a stroke to be diagnosed with a high degree of accuracy.

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