2 edition of Educating stroke patient families found in the catalog.
Educating stroke patient families
Robert P. Overs
Bibliography: v. 3, leaves 5-53.
|Statement||[by] Robert P. Overs and John R. Healy.|
|Series||Milwaukee media for rehabilitation research reports,, no. 12|
|Contributions||Healy, John R., joint author., Curative Workshop of Milwaukee. Research Dept.|
|LC Classifications||RC388.5 .O9|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||74167241|
- Stroke is a major cause of long-term physical and psychological problems- Community nurses have a key role in managing and supporting patients and carers following a stroke, in which many of whom will have multiple other medical problems- Stroke is a preventable and treatable disease. "Stroke Diaries offers vivid, informative and at times heart-wrenching stories about stroke survivors, and in the process emphasizes the importance of educating everyone about the warning signs and symptoms of stroke, a condition that affects nearly , Americans each year and is the third leading cause of death in the United States. : Olajide Williams.
A patient's case manager will schedule a one-time family conference with the patient's attending physician. The physician will review the patient's injury, discuss discharge plans and answer any medical-related questions the loved ones have. (Please be sure to write down questions ahead of time). Stroke is a devastating condition that affects millions of people around the world each year. If you or a loved one had a stroke, you are probably looking for as much information as possible to help you better understand and cope with the situation. The first few days after a .
There are an estimated 4,, stroke survivors living today and about , people suffer a new or recurrent stroke each year. Stroke is one of the most common disabling medical conditions, and has wide-ranging economic, social, and psychological , the fourth volume in a series sponsored by the American Academy of Neurology, was written for both stroke survivors and. regarding stroke education have been created to help nurses present information to stroke patients and their families. In one acute care facility, there was a lack of an educational packet educating the stroke patient according to established evidence-based guidelines. Further.
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Stroke Care: Educating the Family. As the caregiver of a loved one who's had a stroke, you'll need to learn all you can about the aftermath of a stroke. Educating Stroke Patient Families 51 In summary we suggest a family focused rehabilitation program for stroke patients in which the family is encouraged by all, including the family physician, in its planning and decision-making role.
When the institutional rehabilitation program is ended the family will be better motivated and more Cited by: Learning About Stroke A Guide for Patients and Families. On the cover: DHMC patient, Darlene Orf, suffered a stroke in May of Through hard work with her rehabilitation team and the support had a stroke or warning signs of a stroke.
We wish you success during your recoveryFile Size: 1MB. Senelick does a stellar job of providing a very comprehensive and easy-to-understand resource on living with a stroke. It is a very beneficial guide for patients, families/caregivers, and medical professionals alike.
I highly recommend this book!/5(28). Caregiver Guide to Stroke for practical tips and information The Life After Stroke Guide can help caregivers understand the effects of stroke and ways survivors can maximize their rehab and recovery.
Guide also available Spanish. Rehab Planning is a vital stage. if you are a caregiver, family member or friend of a stroke survivor.
Use these. A stroke can be caused by anything that stops or slows down blood flow to part of the brain. Blood can be kept from reaching brain tissue when a blood vessel gets blocked (an ischemic stroke) or bursts (a hemorrhagic stroke).
• An ischemic stroke is the most common kind of stroke. A blood vessel in the brain can be blocked in. Stroke: Resources for Patients and Families We’ve collected resources and links to help you find stroke information and support.
Call now if you or someone else may be having a stroke. Referral: To become a patient, please ask your doctor for a referral.
Questions: For questions or follow-up appointments, call Location. Men and Stroke; Women and Stroke; Know the Facts About Stroke. 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. "Stroke Diaries offers vivid, informative and at times heart-wrenching stories about stroke survivors, and in the process emphasizes the importance of educating everyone about the warning signs and symptoms of stroke, a condition that affects nearlyAmericans each year and is the third leading cause of death in the United States.
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Educating Stroke Patient Families. Final Report Volumes I, II, and III. Milwaukee Media for Rehabilitation Research Reports.
Overs, Robert P.; Healy, John R. This is the final report describing a 4 year project, of which 2 years were an intensive counseling/casework demonstration with stroke patients and their families. Patients were Cited by: 1. Considerations and strategies for educating stroke patients with neurological deficits where 45% of patients with a previous stroke could not identify any risk factor for stroke .
Educating patients on how to recognize stroke symptoms and control risk factors is. patient and family outcomes. Due to the lack of specific patient education strategies concerning stroke in the literature, evidence was adapted from literature focused on patient education for other chronic diseases.
Special consideration should be taken when educating patients after stroke for two important reasons. First, the incidence of a File Size: KB. Asking questions: Simply ask the patient questions to see whether they is information that needs reinforcing.
Observe return demonstration: Watch the patient perform a task (i.e. self inject insulin) to see if the technique is correct. Assess the data: Ask the patient to record his blood pressure, blood glucose, or weight at home. And, review the records at the next visit. Stroke ranks as the fourth leading killer in the United States.
A stroke can be devastating to individuals and their families, robbing them of their independence. It is the most common cause of adult disability. Each year approximatelyAmericans have a stroke, with aboutdying from stroke-related causes.
Clinical in approach, practical in execution, Stroke will help you diagnose and manage your patients more effectively. Reviews “It was a pleasure to review this book, particularly after going through many stroke books as a recent trainee, and I found its scope and content refreshing.
Stroke Resource Library. in one place. It's more than a library, its a toolbox. Patient and professional focused resources for prevention, pre-hospital treatment, in hospital protocols and post-stroke care.
Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke is a hospital-based program that supports continuous quality improvement and helps ensure. "Olajide Williams writes from the front lines and brings back stories of hope." - Mark McEwen, former co-host and weatherman of CBS's' The Early Show and author of After the Stroke: My Journey Back to Life "Williams' Stroke Diaries is clearly aimed at stroke patients and their families and loved ones and at the public in general Life is a series of stories.5/5(1).
Patients, family caregivers, and healthcare providers all play roles in maintaining a patient ʼ s health after discharge. And although it ʼ s a significant part of the overall care plan, there is a surprising lack of consistency in both the process and quality of discharge planning across the healthcare system.
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