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Acute stroke nursing

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        PublishersWiley-Blackwell
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        LC Classifications2010
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        Paginationxvi, 83 p. :
        Number of Pages82
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        ISBN 10nodata
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The steps outlining fundamental points where nurses facilitate time-sensitive care are:• Scroll down to read the article or• Plague rupture leads to exposure of the underlying cholesterol crystals which attract platelets and fibrin. Immediate surgery to evacuate the haematoma is planned.

6 million noninstitutionalized stroke survivors are alive today. The commoner type is an ischemic stroke, caused by interruption of blood flow to a certain area of the brain. Check blood pressure in both arms, heart rate, respiration, pupil for size, shape and reactivity to light. The most common side effect of tPA is: A.

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To facilitate such timing, activation of a stroke response team can be initiated by ambulance personnel or immediately after the triage assessment at the time of patient arrival.

Encourage patient to continue with hobbies, recreational and leisure interests, and contact with friends to prevent social isolation. Frontal lobe damage: Learning capacity, memory, or other higher cortical intellectual functions may be impaired. This book will be applicable to healthcare professionals for many years. This is the most important "time is brain" concept in understanding acute stroke and its treatment. Disturbed Sensory Perception This is related to psychological stress which can be triggered by anxiety, changed sensory reception, transmission and integration which can be caused due to neurological deficit or trauma.

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