By the end of the course, learners will be able to:
-Identify the goal of acute inpatient stroke care in hyperacute stroke units (HASU)
-Review the components and best practice models related to acute inpatient stroke care
-Identify the benefits of implementing a HASU
-Role of a nurse in monitoring stroke patients in HASU
-Outline the common and high risk medications used in acute treatment of stroke
-Describe the indication and main side effect of commonly used medications in HASU
-Describe the role of a nurse in safe administration of medications in HASU Stroke triage: role of triage nurse – triaging system – stroke triaging according to triaging system- triaging process – stroke scale or clinical tools used in stroke triaging.
This course is for:
All nursing staff
Nursing students and interns
Nesreen Abu zabnah RN, BSN (KSAU-HS) Nurse manger, stroke unit – stroke nursing education program
King Abdulaziz medical city – Riyadh, Ministry of national guard – health affairs
Maha Aljuaid RN, BSN (KSAU-HS), MSN(UVA)
Neuro critical care nurse specialist, Director of clinical nursing KAMCR, MNGHA
Elmer catangui, RN, RM, MBA, PGCert (nurse prescriber), MSc in nursing (UK), PhD in NS
Director clinical nursing, medical and stroke program, Ministry of national guard health affairs, king Abdul-Aziz medical city in Riyadh.
Esraa Alsharif RN
Acute care department, KAMC-Makkah.
- Lectures 6
- Quizzes 0
- Duration Lifetime access
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 14
- Assessments Yes
Monogenic stroke syndromes and cerebrovascular sonography.
- All nursing staff
- Nursing students and interns