CVA + PVD
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CVA + PVD
clark state CVA
CVA + PVD
Who is most at risk for CVA?
Left cerebral hemisphere controls _____?
Carbon Diaoxide is the most common controller of what?
Right cerebral hemisphere infuences:
emotional and artistic tendancies
80% of strokes are?
A vessel needs to be blocked by what percentage before symptoms result.
Thromolytic/ischmic strokes are caused by ?
Plaque or Thrombus-large artery
Lacunae - small artery
cardiac made emboli
Hemorrhagic stroke is bleeding into where?
Hemorrhagic stroke is caused by?
aneurysm or arteriovenus malformation
TIA's present the same as stoke however the sympoms last up until ____hours. They also have ______ lasting effects.
What is receptive aphasia?
Unable to comprehend written or spoken word.
loss of speech
The partial inability to perform a previously learned skill.
Diplopia is ?
Hemianopsia is the loss of half of the ______?
Parathesia is numbness and tingling of _______?
Every sensation to the affected area as painful.
What is the classification of Mannitol/osmitrol?
What does Mannitol do?
Decreases the intercraial swelling by pulling excess fluid(csf) out of the brain and excretes it through urine.
WEAKNESS of the face, arm and leg
Paralysis of the face, arm and leg is _____?
Endarterectomy is the most common noncardiac vascular surgery/procedure; it is described as:?
The surgical removal of atherosclerotic plaque or thrombus from a carodid artery.
__________ is the best approach to CVA. How?
Control hypertension, reduce alcohol, education and community awareness.
Streptokinase (TPA) enzyme is the treatment of_____?
Buergers disease normally affects which population? And what casues it?
Men 20-35 heavy smokers all races
Auto immune disease causes inflammation of the small arteries and vein in the extremities.
Buergers patients have complaints of:?
Pain in the arch of the foot-
rubor- reddish/blue color of the foot
Absent petal pulses
Raynaud's disease is ?
An immunological disorder -intermittent constriction of arterioles of the fingers, toes, tipof the nose,
causes pain and pallor.
this disease affects women between 16-40 and occurs more often in cold climates.
In P(arterial)D pain is:
usually at rest
the Allen test determines what?
Aterial circulation to the hands