Stroke Management and Prevention
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In Singapore, stroke is the leading cause of adult disability and the 4th leading cause of death. 3.65% of population has had stroke in Singapore with 26 new stroke cases daily.
With our commitment to your well-being, the Supreme Vascular and Interventional Clinic provides a comprehensive range of treatments backed by the latest advancements in medical science for stroke. From advanced interventions to personalized management programs, Dr. Manish Taneja, our neurointervention specialist, will work closely with you and your loved ones to create a tailored plan.
Introduction to Stroke Management
Stroke is one of the most common conditions causing death worldwide. There is high incidence of permanent brain damage severely affecting quality of life in affected patients. It can be a devastating event both for patient and the family.
Read our “Stroke Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment: A Complete Guide” blog post to stay informed about the types of stroke, symptoms, screening, diagnosis, treatment options, stroke management, and more.
The best way to treat a stroke is to prevent stroke. There are well known causes of stroke such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol level, poor controlled diabetes and smoking. Other risk factors include obesity and unhealthy lifestyle combined with lack of physical activity.
Stroke treatment involves medical management along with control of risk factors to prevent future stroke. Interventional treatments are often required to treat and prevent stroke in patients. One of the most recent and well established interventional treatment for acute stroke since 2015 is to remove clot from the brain causing acute stroke in some of these suitable category of patients.
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From family and internal medicine to specialist, Dr. Manish Taneja is the best in the field.
He is an expert in endovascular and image guided neurointerventional procedures of brain and spine. He has special interest in treatment of brain aneurysms, stroke and vascular malformations.
Dr. Manish Taneja also has extensive experience in performing all vascular interventions, non-vascular interventions and interventional oncology procedures.
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Watch our video guide from our “Stroke Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment: A Complete Guide” blog post to understand the causes, symptoms, detection, diagnosis, and treatment options.
How are Stroke and Diabetes Related?
Stroke and diabetes appear different but have a strong connection. We are likely to know someone, an acquaintance, working colleague, or a family member that has experienced stroke.
Understanding the Risk of Stroke in Women
Women have a higher stroke risk due to a combination of biological, hormonal, and lifestyle factors that interact to create a unique set of risk factors in comparison to men. As a woman, you might have unique risk factors, including pregnancy or menopause. Stroke specialist in Singapore, Dr. Manish Taneja, explains why and what you can do to reduce the risk.
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Put Brain Aneurysm on Your Health Radar
Did you experience the worst headache of your life? Could it be a brain aneurysm that ruptures, which means bleeding in the brain? Thoughts could be racing through your mind. Then what is the difference between unruptured (a weak or thin spot on an artery in the brain that balloons) or ruptured brain aneurysm? If you’re wondering, then the Supreme Vascular and Interventional Clinic is here to help. It’s important to look out for the tell-tale brain aneurysm symptoms, signs, causes, and risk factors.
Dr. Manish Taneja has been performing brain aneurysm treatments since 1995 from surgical clipping to latest minimally invasive procedures. Each patient is unique as is the size and location of the aneurysm. Your brain has different conditions to treat the aneurysm and artery vessel walls of a blood vessel in the brain. This calls for personalised brain aneurysm treatment depending on your symptoms, family, history, medication, and more. A simple CT scan could be just what the doctor ordered and the first step in early detection and prevention of a brain aneurysm. Come in for an easy consultation with our brain aneurysm specialist to be on your health radar.
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