5 edition of Care of the patient with a stroke found in the catalog.
|Statement||Genevieve Waples Smith ; illustrated by Clarice Ashworth and Frances Kemper.|
|LC Classifications||RC388.5 .S63 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
|ISBN 10||0826103332, 0826103340|
|LC Control Number||76150976|
Respite care can be a welcome relief for the caregiver as well as the stroke patient. Even a few hours a couple times a week can make a huge difference for both of you. Enroll your loved one in an adult day care program. Hire a home care worker to stay in your residence and provide stroke care at home so you can go to lunch with a friend or. Get this from a library! Care of the patient with a stroke; a handbook for the patient's family and the nurse.. [Genevieve Waples Smith].
Life After Stroke on : The American Stroke Association website has a wealth of information for recovery and helping stroke survivors and those who care about them become independent and have a quality of life. Let’s Talk About Stroke Patient Information Sheets: Downloadable sheets in aFile Size: 1MB. This book covers stroke prevention, management and recovery in nine clear and illustrated chapters. Books written from personal experience Also see some of the titles listed under Rehabilitation and self-help. A Stroke of Misfortune John Greenridge Paperback, , AuthorHouse UK This book is written by the husband and carer of a stroke Size: KB.
Patients with a diagnosis of stroke were randomized to receive continued support from a stroke nurse (n = 87) or usual care and follow-up (n = 89) after discharge from : Dimitrios Theofanidis. Blood sugar levels need to be monitored, as it is common for post stroke patients to become hyperglycaemic. Patients also need to be in an electric bed with the cot sides up and the head at a degree angle, which reduces the risks of choking and falls (Catangui & Slark, ). Suction should be available at the bedside in case of angioedma.
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Care of the Patient with a Stroke th Edition by Genevieve Waples Smith (Author) ISBN Author: Genevieve Waples Smith. Book Description. Internationally-recognized experts present new and established therapeutic options for the critical care of patients with a wide-range of cerebrovascular diseases: ischemic stroke, intracranial hemorrhage, subarachnoid hemorrhage, arteriovenous malformations, cerebral venous thrombosis, and traumatic injury.5/5(2).
Care of the Patient with a Stroke A Handbook for the Patient’s Family and the Nurse. Authors: Smith, Genevieve Waples Free Preview. Buy this book eB68 € price for Spain (gross) Buy eBook ISBN ; Digitally watermarked, DRM-free.
From the moment a patient arrives to the hospital with stroke-like symptoms, all members of the stroke care team begin working on the patient’s history, obtaining tests, drawing labs, developing a plan, implementing safety measures, carrying out time-sensitive orders, and educating the patient and the patient’s family.
This book is a guide for anyone new to caring for stroke patients /5(7). "This handbook has been produced for people who have recently had strokes, for their relatives and for the nurses, therapists and doctors who will help them to regain the best possible recovery of function.
Deterioration is not inevitable following a stroke.Cited by: 1. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.
Critical Care of the Stroke Patient Edited by Stefan Schwab. Subsequent sections address the critical care of a wide range of cerebrovascular diseases: ischemic stroke, intracranial hemorrhage, subarachnoid hemorrhage, arteriovenous malformations, cerebral venous thrombosis and traumatic injury.
The editors and authors are internationally recognized experts in their field. Critical Care of the Stroke Patient 1st Edition Read & Download - By Stefan Schwab, Daniel Hanley, A David Mendelow Critical Care of the Stroke Patient New and ground-breaking therapeutic options for the critical care of patients with cerebrovascula - Read Online Books.
directs the care of the stroke patient in conjunction with the other physicians, nurses and staff that make up the stroke team. He also ensures that patients receive consistent, state-of-the-art care in accordance with the latest scientific research. Registered Nurse Your registered nurse (RN) will assist your progress.
Your stroke treatment begins the moment emergency medical services (EMS) arrives to take you to the hospital. Once at the hospital, you may receive emergency care, treatment to prevent another stroke, rehabilitation to treat the side effects of stroke, or all three.
It provides practical advice on the care of stroke patients in a range of acute settings. The content is arranged in chronological order, covering the things to consider in assessing and treating the patient in the emergency department, the stroke unit and then on transfer to a rehabilitation facility.
Close this message to accept cookies or find out how to manage your cookie settings. The “Golden Hour” and acute brain ischemia presenting features and lytic therapy in >30, patients arriving within 60 minutes of stroke onset.
Stroke, ; –9. Tirschwell DL, Longstreth WT Jr., Becker KJ. Stroke rehabilitation is an important part of recovery after stroke. Find out what's involved in stroke rehabilitation. The goal of stroke rehabilitation is to help you relearn skills you lost when a stroke affected part of your brain.
Stroke rehabilitation can help you regain independence and improve your quality of life. This book is a unique source of practical information for frontline providers of care for stroke patients. It focuses on patient management—from stroke prevention through acute stroke management, through chronic care—and offers how-to guidance on implementing diagnostic and treatment protocols.
Each chapter includes a bulleted list of key learning points; an evidence. The stroke survivor's health care team can help you determine what kind of help will be needed. Caregivers often need to: provide personal care such as Author: Brenda Conaway. The early chapters of the book focus on monitoring techniques and interventions.
Subsequent sections address the critical care of a wide range of cerebrovascular diseases: ischemic stroke, intracranial hemorrhage, subarachnoid hemorrhage, arteriovenous malformations, cerebral venous thrombosis, and traumatic injury. A systematic review of all available trials [5, 6] by the Cochrane Review Database, which previously described the range of characteristics of SU care, addressed whether improving the organization of inpatient stroke care could bring about improvements in patient outcomes.
Organized inpatient SU care, when compared with conventional care, was characterized by Cited by: 3. Acute Stroke Nursing provides an evidence-based, practical text facilitating the provision of optimal stroke care during the primary prevention, acute and continuing care phases.
This timely and comprehensive text is structured to follow the acute stroke pathway experienced by patients. Acute Ischemic Stroke: An Evidence-based Approach is an indispensable reference work for neurologists, neurocritical care medics, intensivists, hospitalists, emergency room physicians, neurology residents and fellows.
It is also a helpful resource for medical students, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners in hospital and neurocritical. Reduced in-patient care This book introduces those new developments. Its earlier chapters discuss various interventions and monitoring techniques, and its later ones cover a large range of conditions, diseases and disorders such as arteriovenous malformations, cerebral venous thrombosis, intracranial hemorrhage, ischemic stroke, and traumatic.
Share this easy-to-read, colorful web page and PDF to help patients learn what stroke is, how common it is, and what stroke’s signs and symptoms are. “ Know the Facts About Stroke ” also describes the risks, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of stroke.
Page last reviewed: J Content source: National Center for Chronic.The stroke patient who has difficulty getting around thrives on getting a change of scenery or visiting places he used to frequent. For our patient going past the plant where he worked for thirty-five years boosts his mood for days at a time.
Other special treats include visits from friends and cards from school : Nancy Meadows.