Chart 47-1

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Gandrews
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188082
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Chart 47-1
Updated:
2012-12-08 23:33:31
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strokes
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Features on types of strokes
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  1. Usually abrubt onset
    Hemorrhagic
  2. abrubt development of completed stroke
    Embolic
  3. Intermittent or stepwise improvement between episodes of worsening completed stroke.
    Thrombotic
  4. Gradual onset (minutes to hours)
    thrombotic
  5. sudden onset
    embolic
  6. sudden onset, may be gradual if caused by htn
    Hemorrhagic
  7. contributing factors are htn and atherocsclerosis
    Thrombotic
  8. contributing factors is cardiac disease (afib, ischemic heart disease, rhuematic heart disease, MI)
    embolic
  9. contributing factors: htn, vessel disorders
    Hemorrhagic stroke
  10. TIA is a prodromal symptoms (occur before event)
    Thrombotic
  11. neurologic deficits during th efirst few weeks. slight headache, speech deficits, visual problems, confusion
    thrombotic
  12. maximum deficit at onset, paralysis, expressive aphasia
    embolic
  13. focal deficits, sever, frequent nurologicl deficits
    hemorrhagic
  14. CSF is normal; possible presence of protein
    Thrombotic
  15. CSF fluid is normal
    Embolic
  16. CSF is bloody
    hemorrhagic
  17. No seizure activity
    embolic and thrombotic
  18. usually has siezure activity
    Hemorrhagic
  19. Improvements over weeks to months. permanent deficits possible
    thrombotic
  20. Rapid improvements
    Embolic
  21. Duration is variable, permanent neurologic deficits possible.
    Hemorrhagic

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