Now is your opportunity to learn the 2018 Stroke Care updates issued by the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association.
First of all, when a stroke occurs, individuals entering the stroke system must be managed by nurses as well as teams delivering advanced stroke care. Additionally, highly competent stroke nurses rapidly identify stroke signs and symptoms; work with a team of providers giving expert care during the hyper acute and acute phases; even more, deliver medications safely; minimize potential complications; optimize rehabilitation; and educate patients about secondary stroke prevention.
A comprehensive class is now available at Nurses Educational Opportunities to learn these new guidelines. NEO’s Stroke Care course includes anatomy and physiology, preventive care, hyper acute care, stroke diagnostics, acute care, medications, post-acute care, including systems plus quality of care. Furthermore, this learner friendly course is structured for the learner to recall the details of the Diagnostics and Interventions of the four types of strokes to include:
- Sub-arachnoid Hemorrhage
- and the new Cryptogenic Stroke