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Neurovascular Emergencies

Author: Dana Bartlett, BSN, MSN, MA, CSPI

CE: 4 hours
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Course Summary

The diagnosis of a neurovascular accident is multifactorial. It involves recognition of associated risk factors as well as signs and symptoms, which does not always guarantee a correct diagnosis. Depending on the neurovascular event, some injuries become more apparent after the actual neurovascular event occurs. Some signs are acutely severe and immediate while others can be subtle, making neurological injury diagnosis difficult and possibly delayed. Treatment with anticoagulants or thrombolytic agents is discussed, including inclusion and exclusion criteria for administration. The complications of a neurovascular accident are reviewed.

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Course Syllabus


II.         Neurovascular Anatomy

III.       Transient Ischemic Attack

IV.        Stroke

1.   Ischemic Stroke

2.   Hemorrhagic Stroke

3.   Anticoagulant Therapy

V.          Evaluation Of The Stroke Patient

VI.        Subarachnoid Hemorrhage And Stroke

VII.      Treatment Of Ischemic Stroke

1.   Stabilization of ABCs

2.   Thrombolytic Therapy

VIII.    Aspects Of Stroke Care: 2013 AHA/ASS Guidelines

IX.        Treatment Of Hemorrhagic Stroke

X.          Treatment Of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

XI.        Summary


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