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Email forward claims that you can help identify a stroke
by asking the victim three simple questions.
(Submitted, April 2005)
RECOGNIZING A STROKE - A true story
Susie is recouping at an incredible pace for someone with a massive stroke all because Sherry saw Susie stumble - -that is the key that isn't mentioned below - and then she asked Susie the 3 questions.
So simple - -
this literally saved Susie's life - -
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The procedure for identifying a stroke that is outlined in this email forward is valid. According to information available on the American Stroke Association's website, the three questions outlined in the email are a medically viable method for a layperson to ascertain if a person is presenting with stroke symptoms.
The procedure was originally outlined in a report to the American Stroke Association's 28th International Stroke Conference. The report states that a bystander may be able to spot someone having a stroke by giving the person a simple, quick test to see if they can smile, raise both arms and keep them up, and speak a simple sentence coherently...
Certainly, the core information in the email is worth heeding. Knowing how
to conduct this simple test could indeed save a person's life. The
aforementioned report explains that if bystanders can relay results
of this test to an emergency dispatcher, it could speed treatment to
stroke patients. Time is crucial in treating stroke.
Given this list of symptoms, it is
easy to see how the simple three-question test could help identify a