What happens during a stroke?

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  1. What are the odds of having a stroke? (00:12)
  2. What are the consequences of having a stroke? (00:17)
  3. How much oxygen does your brain consume? (00:44)
  4. What happens if the blood flow to your brain is interrupted? (01:07)
  5. Why can’t we feel the blockage in our brains? (02:00)
  6. What does your brain try to do in order to compensate for the effect of a stroke? (02:30)
  7. What are the three quick things to check if someone looks like they are having a stroke? (04:01)
  8. What should we do if someone shows signs that they are having a stroke? (04:37)
  9. What is a catheter? (03:28)
  10. What does a retriever do in the operation? (03:38)
  11. Can you explain the FAST test?
  12. Do you know anyone who has had a stroke around you?
  13. Should first aid and CPR be included in school education programs?
  14. How concerned are you about the health of your blood vessels? Do you do any cardiovascular exercise?
  15. Can you list the new vocabulary you learned from this article? What are the definitions of the vocabulary in this context? Can you make your own sentence with the words?