Nursing Care Plan – Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA)

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  1. salamath po for the great help po…….

  2. Jude Mary says:

    Tnks for the knowledge

  3. Mimi Mimi says:

    It can lead to hemaparesis, hemiplegia, quadriplagia etc.

  4. Cordelia Lee says:

    STROKE IS NO JOKE ! PLEASE TAKE CARE OF YOUR BODY !!!!!

  5. Safety safety safety

  6. Predisposing factors,:arteriovenous malformation,aneurysms ruptures,HTN’S,TRAUMA,SUBARACHNOID or intercerebral hemrrhage,cardiovascular disease

  7. Jack Trencio says:

    how about the cardiovascular accident, what are the abnormalities?

  8. Isn’t this now called CVE cerebrovascular event?

  9. “brain attack” is our layman’s term here..

  10. nics says:

    wag na kayo mag nurse kung reklamo lng kayo ng reklamo.. hahaha :DD

  11. jane says:

    hirap dami sak8 sa ulo'

  12. lui says:

    hi!

    What is the best research-based technique to use for pain assessment among COMATOSE patients? Is it sternal rub, pricking of sharp object, or pressing of thumb? I'm just curious.

  13. carmi says:

    tama pa din ung subjective nya.. nde lahat nmn ng CVA patient is nde nakakapagsalita.. meron slurred speech.. ang tanong ko lang.. topic pa dito is ung priority problem??? based kc sa assesement.. RR 30 supposed to be airway ang priority d ba??? hhhmmm… nagttanong lang po.. thanks…

  14. vinz says:

    cardiovascular accident & cerebrovascular accident the same lng b??

    tnx

  15. mosby says:

    i think u for got the meaning of subjective data…

  16. JCfromPH says:

    DEPENDE YAN SA ASSESSMENT nyo. . posible pa naman makapagsalita un patient na may CVA eh. . kaya nga may assessment eh diba? maliban na lang kung di kayo nag assess talgang gagawa ka ng istorya nyu para sa subjective data!

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