This referral form for emergency physicians or other specialists, helps assess a patient who recently experienced a transient ischemic attack (TIA) or a minor stroke. The form is a first step for assessing patients to determine the best stroke prevention strategies, care, and prevention based on individual test results and health needs.
Million Hearts toolkits were designed to help partners incorporate Million Hearts into their everyday work and enhance their heart disease and stroke prevention efforts. They are available for download and use as individual components or as an entire toolkit.
The following toolkits are available:
- Partners Toolkit: Partners can use the resources in this toolkit to expand their existing heart disease and stroke prevention programs and to recruit...
This 42-page guide for women presents healthy behaviors to prevent and manage the many health conditions that can affect them. The guide addresses the following topics:
- Recommended screenings and immunizations for women at average risk for most diseases and those at high-risk for specific diseases
- Medicare-covered preventive services
- Healthy heart and stroke prevention
- Warning signs of heart attack and stroke
- Healthy bones
- Breast cancer...
Moving into Action is a series of policy action items designed to help governors, State legislators, local officials, employers, and health care leaders promote heart-healthy and stroke-free communities. Each action suggests ways to encourage general interest and awareness of these health issues and specific policies that promote healthy behaviors and reduce risks associated with heart disease and stroke.
The policy actions revolve around five central themes:
This brochure presents information on preventing transient ischemic attacks (TIAs).
This brochure addresses the following questions:
- What are TIAs?
- What are the symptoms of TIAs?
- What are the different causes of TIAs?
- How is the cause of TIA diagnosed?
- How can TIAs be managed?
Let’s Talk About Stroke is a series of downloadable patient information sheets, created by the American Stroke Association, that presents information in a question-and-answer format that’s brief, easy to follow, and easy to read. They can be used by physicians to foster communication with patients about stroke. Some are available in Spanish as well as English.
The patient information sheets cover two general topics: stroke prevention and life after stroke.
This consumer fact sheet presents information on stroke prevention, including warning signs and risk factors.