Exam 5 content part I

Card Set Information

Author:
ssoucie
ID:
217806
Filename:
Exam 5 content part I
Updated:
2013-05-06 01:40:29
Tags:
exam
Folders:

Description:
Cerebral Vascular & Spinal Disorders
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user ssoucie on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. What is the most popular type of stroke in todays population?
    Ischemic Stroke
  2. This type of stroke is often a warning sign for an ischemic or thrombotic stroke?
    Transient stroke
  3. This type of stroke is caused by a blockage from a clot or stenosis of a vessel from plaque buildup?
    Ischemic Stroke
  4. This is a "large vessel" Stroke?
    Thrombotic Stroke
  5. This is a stroke caused by a large occlusion of a large cerebral vessel by a blood clot?
    Thrombotic Stroke
  6. This stroke is also known as a "mini stroke"?
    Transient Ischemic Stroke
  7. This is a breif period of localized cerebral ischemia that cause neuro deficits lasting about 1 hr or less than 24hrs?
    Transient Ischemic Stroke
  8. This is a cardiogenic stroke, usually caused by a clot from A-fib, ventricular thrombi, an MI, etc...?
    Embolic Stroke
  9. This is "intracranial hemorrhage", occurs when cerebral blood vessels rupture?
    Hemorrhagic Stroke
  10. This is when a loss of the visual field in one or both eyes?
    Hemianopia
  11. This is the inability to recognize one or more subjects that were preveously familiar, may be visual, tactile, or auditory?
    Agonsia
  12. This is the innability to carry out some motor patterns, even if strength & coordination are adequate (ex. drawing a figure or getting dressed)?
    Apraxia
  13. This is also known as Broca's Aphasia?
    Expressive Aphasia
  14. This is also known as Wernick's Aphasia?
    Receptive Aphasia
  15. This is involved with motor speech, the ability to understand what is being said, but can only respond back in very short phrases?
    Expressive Aphasia
  16. This is involved with sensory speech, when one cannot understand the spoken and sometimes written words, but may be fluent themselves talking, but with innapropriate content?
    Receptive Aphasia
  17. This is paralysis of left or right half of the body?
    Hemiplegia
  18. This is weakness of the left or right side?
    Hemiparesis
  19. What is the " Give me 5 for stroke"?
    To evaluate a persons walk, talk, reach, vision & feel
  20. Act _____ to detect stroke symptoms?
    • F= Face (does it droop when they smile)
    • A= Arm (does one drift down when held out)
    • S= Speech (is speech slurred when they repeat simple sentence)
    • T= Time (call 911 if any symptoms are present)
  21. This is the most common cause of lower back pain?
    Slipped or Herniated disk
  22. This is a rupture of the cartilage surrounding the intervertibral disk with protrusion of nucleus pulposus?
    Herniated or slipped disk
  23. What is NEVER given to a hemorrhagic stroke patient?
    Anticoagulants
  24. What is a stroke caused from?
    A sudden decrease of bloodflow to the brain
  25. What are some unmodifiable risk factors for Stroke?
    Age, Gender, Race, Heredity
  26. Are males or females more likely to have a stroke? And why?
    Females / Because of Hormones
  27. What race is more likely to have a stroke at a young age?
    Hispanic
  28. What race is more likely to have a stroke?
    African Americans
  29. Anticoagulant therapy can NOT be used for this type of stroke? (Coumadin, Heparin, Lovenox)
    Hemorrhagic
  30. This is the most fatal type of stroke?
    Hemorrhagic Stroke
  31. Describe Ischemic Stroke?
    • -87% of all strokes
    • - Cause by:
    • Thrombus-Clot
    • Emboli- Afib
    • Stenosis- Plaque
  32. Describe TIA Stroke?
    • -known as "mini stroke"
    • - Duration is <1hr, then return to normal
    • - No central infarct -penumbra only
  33. What happens during a hemorrhagic stroke?
    • Vessels Rupture - in the intracerebral & subarachnoid
    • Most fatal stroke
  34. What is hemorrhagic strokes caused by?
    HTN, Aneurysms, Trauma, Anticoagulant Therapy
  35. If stroke on the left side, then you will have _____ deficit?
    If stroke on the Right side, then you will have _____ deficit?
    • If on the left, then right side deficit
    • If on the right, then left side deficit
  36. What labs should be monitored for stroke patients?
    CBC, CMP, FSBS, Coags
  37. To see a stroke through CT scan, do you do it with or without contrast?
    CT scan without contrast
  38. If a patient had an ischemic stroke, how long does it take to show on a CT scan?
    6-8 hrs post stroke
  39. If a patient had a hemorrhagic stroke, how long will does it take show on CT scan?
    Immediatley following stroke
  40. Do not give Coumadin, Heparin, or lovenox for a _____ stroke? But it is okay if _____ stroke?
    • Do not give - Hemorragic stroke
    • Is okay - Ischemic stroke
  41. What type of therapy can be given if given within 3 hours of the onset of symptoms of a stroke?
    Fibrinolytic Therapy/ tPa therapy
  42. What Fibrinolytic Therapy is used for Ischemic strokes?
    tPa- it resolves the clot
  43. What are the requirements for tPa therapy after a stroke?
    • Must be given within 3 hrs of onset of symptoms of stroke
    • BP has to be <185 syt or <110 dia
    • Must be >18 yrs old
  44. What surgical treatment if needed is done for stroke?
    • Craniotomy - to remove hematoma or vascular repair
    • Carotid Endarterectomy- prevent or restore blood flow
  45. What is the function of the spinal cord?
    To transmit stimuli to and from the brain
  46. What is the spinal cord protected by?
    Vertebra
  47. When the nucleus core protrudes into _____ _____ its compressing the spinal nerve
    Annulus fibrosus
  48. What is the location of the lumbar area, that is commonfor lower back pain, and also caused pain in hip, gluteal, and thigh?
    L4 or L5-S1
  49. What is most common for lateral herniation or degeneration?
    Cervial Disk
  50. What procedure is a small incision in the back, to allow decrease trauma to the surrounding areas, while allowing for early ambulation?
    Microdiskectomy
  51. What is it called when the nucleus is removed?
    Diskectomy
  52. This is the removal of part of the vertibral bone called the lamina
    Laminectomy
  53. Post op laminectomy, monitor LOC, and watch for _____, minimize stress on incision with a ______, assess for ____ leak?
    • Hoarseness
    • C-Collar
    • CSF

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview