Stroke is one of the most common causes of disability and death in Scotland. Despite this, stroke care is haphazard and there are limited resources for investigation and treatment. This report sets out the essential components of a comprehensive stroke service, and offers advice to purchasers and providers on the most effective means of meeting the needs of those who are at risk from, or have experienced, a stroke. The contribution of the various health and social care disciplines is described in terms of early assessment, management and recovery. Finally, recommendations are made with regard to priorities for education, training and research.
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