Managing the Patient with Acute Stroke - Initial Onset and the First 24 hours

Green Clock Hours: 1.50

In patients with symptoms of stroke, early recognition and intervention have been identified as key factors in outcomes of completed strokes. This includes initial assessment and stabilization of critical respiratory, circulatory, hemodynamic, and neurologic status, and obtaining crucial elements of a patient's history. Distinguishing ischemic from hemorrhagic strokes requires diagnostic applications that are performed within narrow windows of opportunity, to accurately and effectively select and administer appropriate treatment options. This course will instruct learners on the knowledge and skills needed to care for patients with an acute stroke from onset through the first 24 hours.

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Course Description

In patients with symptoms of stroke, early recognition and intervention have been identified as key factors in outcomes of completed strokes. This includes initial assessment and stabilization of critical respiratory, circulatory, hemodynamic, and neurologic status, and obtaining crucial elements of a patient's history. Distinguishing ischemic from hemorrhagic strokes requires diagnostic applications that are performed within narrow windows of opportunity, to accurately and effectively select and administer appropriate treatment options. This course will instruct learners on the knowledge and skills needed to care for patients with an acute stroke from onset through the first 24 hours.

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