Up to 90% of strokes could be prevented by addressing a small number of
risk factors, including hypertension, diet, smoking, and exercise. Learn
your risk by taking the
Stroke Riskometer™ or reading one of the informational leaflets below:
To help prevent strokes caused by blood clots, doctors may prescribe medications
that improve blood flow. Anticoagulants and Antiplatelet agents are designed
to interfere with the blood’s ability to clot in an artery, vein
or the heart.