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Stroke nursing encompasses a spectrum of care, from acute management to long-term rehabilitation. Nurses triage patients swiftly, conducting neurologic assessments, and initiating time-sensitive interventions like thrombolytic therapy or mechanical thrombectomy. They vigilantly monitor for complications such as haemorrhage or neurological deterioration, adjusting treatment plans as needed. Rehabilitation nursing focuses on maximizing independence through exercises, adaptive strategies, and assistive devices. Nurses provide education on stroke risk factors, lifestyle modifications, and medication adherence to prevent future events. They also offer emotional support to patients and families coping with the aftermath of stroke, fostering resilience and empowerment throughout the recovery journey. Acute Care

  • Rehab Progress
  • Complication Watch
  • Education & Support
  • Prevention Strategies
  • Outcome Assessment
  • Tech Integration
  • Community Reintegration