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Stroke Rehabilitation Certification Program including education and core competencies required for all Certified Rehab Registere
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Stroke Rehabilitation Certification Program including Education and Core Competencies Required for All Certified Rehab Registered Nurses (CRRN). Name: Institution: Abstract A stroke, also known as cerebrovascular accident is the quick loss of function(s) of the brain as a result of the impediment of the general supply of blood flow to the brain.
This stroke is caused by clotting of blood, which in turn prevents blood flow through an artery or vein to the brain. When discovered early, this kind of stroke is treated by a drug that dissolves obstructing cots in the artery. Hemorrhagic stroke is the second common type of stroke. It is less common, and is caused by rupturing of a blood vessel in the brain thereby spilling to the surrounding tissue. As a result of the spillage, brain cells in the area die due to the lack of oxygen and nutrients required for them to function. The most common stroke risk factors are high blood pressure, heart disease, carotid artery disease, cigarette smoking diabetes and excessive consumption of alcohol. Its symptoms include numbness especially on one side of the body, confusion (either talking or listening), a severe headache, and dizziness, as well as, lose of balance. This paper will examine the role rehabilitation nurses’ play in caring for stroke patients, how certification for the program is awarded as well as the core competencies required. The paper will also look at the impact by CNS, aspects of spheres of influence and synergy model. ...
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