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Podcast: Stroke - Research and Recovery

Neurologist Dr. Steven Zeiler talks about meaningful brain recovery, the stroke research being conducted at Johns Hopkins and when rehabilitation should begin.

Date: 12/05/2011

Neurologist Dr. Steven Zeiler talks about meaningful brain recovery, the stroke research being conducted at Johns Hopkins and when rehabilitation should begin. 

Program Notes:

0:19  Any time someone has a stroke there are three time periods
1:05  Subacute time window second
2:05  Underlying processes to adapt and recover
3:01  Understand how the young brain works and reawaken that
4:03  Look at the part of the brain that recovers
5:06  How does basic research impact today?
6:02  How aggressive we should be in early rehab
7:05  Too late becomes hardwired
8:01  Participation in clinical trials important
8:46  End

 

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