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Stroke Nursing Care in ICU: In a Nutshell

by Rhonda Lawes

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    00:01 So let's wrap up this video series.

    00:03 So, continuity of care is the most important goal of the patient transfer.

    00:07 That's why I really hope you took advantage of practicing SBAR before you looked at our answers.

    00:13 Bedside report is an effective way to hand off patient care responsibilities.

    00:18 That way, the 2 nurses can visualize the patients together and verify orders, IV rates, and patient status.

    00:25 The first 24 hours after receiving thrombolytic drug requires frequent and close monitoring of a Critical Care Unit.

    00:32 If possible, avoid any arterial sticks and other procedures that would cause bleeding for the first 24 hours.

    00:40 Especially if the patient is safe without them, try to avoid them at all costs.

    00:45 Now, blood pressure management in acute and ischemic strokes is different than with acute hemorrhagic strokes.

    00:51 And don't forget, blood pressure management in acute strokes is different than chronic strokes.

    00:57 Thank you for watching our video today.


    About the Lecture

    The lecture Stroke Nursing Care in ICU: In a Nutshell by Rhonda Lawes is from the course Neurology Case Study: Nursing Care of Stroke Patient.


    Included Quiz Questions

    1. Obtaining a bedside report
    2. Avoiding any unnecessary needle-sticks or procedures
    3. Frequent monitoring of vital signs and neurological status
    4. Limiting physical therapy or speech therapy
    5. Administering pain medications

    Author of lecture Stroke Nursing Care in ICU: In a Nutshell

     Rhonda Lawes

    Rhonda Lawes


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