Stroke prevention and management

Stroke prevention and management


The course ends, the student can explain about

1.What types of stroke

2.The risk factor of stroke

3.improve knowledge of early warning symptoms for stroke

4.Standard nursing care of stroke

The students have knowledge and skills standard nursing care of stroke

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Stroke” is a term used to describe acute neurological changes lasting more than 24 hours by interruption in blood flow to a part of the brain.
If blood flow ceases for an extended period of time the cerebral tissue involved dies, causing permanent neurological deficits.
The penumbra is the area surrounding the infarct brain tissue.