Responding to Golden Hour Emergencies: Early Phases Acute Stroke/Acute Ischemic Stroke Care – MED-ED

Responding to Golden Hour Emergencies: Early Phases Acute Stroke/Acute Ischemic Stroke Care – MED-ED

Presented by Michael Nanney BSN, RN, RRT, CPAN, CCRN
See full speaker bio: https://www.mededseminars.net/speaker/151/Michael-Nanney

Module 5 of 7

Module Description
This module examines one of the most debilitating issues in our patient arena today. Code stroke is discussed, not only in reviewing risk factors but also with a pathophysiological emphasis, focusing on how the brain uses autoregulation and the effects on this during a stroke event. The most recent and current assessment tool is also presented.

Module Learning Outcomes
These modules prepare the learner to:
1. State three factors that may lead to a stroke event.
2. State the two major vital items that the brain requires at all times.
3. Define Cushing’s triad.
4. State the components of the most current rapid stroke assessment.
5. State two immediate nursing actions that should be performed during a suspected stroke event.

Responding to Golden Hour Emergencies: An Interactive, Case Scenario Approach includes 5.5 ANCC approved Contact Hours and is available for purchase on MED-ED’s website. To view more about this course, please visit https://education.mededseminars.net/item/responding-golden-hour-emergencies-interactive-case-scenario-approach-55692?refid=YOUTUBE

2 Comments

  1. Linda Sorak on October 25, 2021 at 10:01 am

    my left jeg is unabjw to walk on

  2. Jonathan Moucha on October 25, 2021 at 10:17 am

    Thank you Mr. Nanney. This was a great presentation.

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