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Acute Stroke

In this web-based and interactive course, you will learn how to spot symptoms, make diagnoses and carry out the management of ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes, as well as the complications that come with them. Course content is based on information from the AHA’s ACLS EP Manual and Resource Text, covering treatment procedures in the high-stakes settings of the emergency room, critical care and rehabilitation departments. We have made this resource available to a wider audience of health professional by adapting the material into an independent study. This course is geared towards experienced providers who want to improve their knowledge of stroke treatment and is designed to be ideal for both inpatient and outpatient situations.

Acute Stroke Online

$35

Acute Stroke Online is a web-based, interactive course that provides training on the symptoms, diagnosis and management of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke and complications of stroke. Course content is based on information from the AHA’s ACLS EP Manual and Resource Text, covering treatment from the field to the emergency department, as well as critical care and rehabilitation. The text has been adapted to an independent study activity to make this resource available to a wider audience of health professionals.

Geared toward the experienced healthcare provider, this course is ideal for in-hospital, out-of-hospital and any healthcare provider who wants to improve his or her knowledge of stroke treatment.

Course Covers:

  • Stroke chain of survival
  • 8 D’s of stroke survival
  • Definitions of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke
  • Pathophysiology
  • Stroke risk factors, recognition, management
  • Transition to critical care and rehabilitation

Objectives:

  • Objective 1: Discuss at least 3 risk factors for stroke.
  • Objective 2: List at least 2 conditions that can be present with neurologic signs or can mimic stroke, including, but not limited to, hypoglycemia and postictal paralysis.
  • Objective 3: Explain the difference in treatment for ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke.
  • Objective 4: Discuss the 3 components of the Cincinnati Prehospital Stroke Scale
  • Objective 5: Identify the time frame in which an ischemic stroke patient can be treated with fibrinolytic therapy.

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