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You will learn the specific care required by patients with cerebrovascular pathologies and recognize the symptoms of stroke according to its location and etiology"
This program in Cerebrovascular Diseases and Neurological Oncology for Nurses addresses the different cerebrovascular diseases that exist and their incidence in the morbimortality of the population. The most common cerebrovascular disease is stroke, which is the leading cause of adult disability and the first cause of death in women and the second in the Spanish population. Therefore, strokes will be defined according to their location and etiology, talking about cerebral hemorrhages, cerebral venous thrombosis, cerebrovascular syndromes and transient ischemic attacks.
A fundamental topic when suffering a stroke will also be discussed, which is neurorehabilitation, the most up-to-date treatments and how it influences in increasing the affected patient's capacity for independence. The student will learn the importance of activating the Stroke Code and the treatment of acute stroke in Stroke Units. To improve the speed of care, the Stroke Code was created. We will describe how this code is activated, what is the circuit to be followed and how it is treated in the hospital emergency room and subsequently in the stroke unit.
In this case, the specific treatment will depend on the patient, the evolution of the process and the type of stroke. Since 2012, a highly specialized treatment called vascular neurointerventionism has been performed, which will be extensively detailed in the module. In all possible cases, management in specialized units called Stroke Units is recommended. Diagnostic measures, general care, specific treatment and control of complications are applied to ensure the best outcome for patients. A highly trained nursing team is essential for this purpose. In addition, a glossary of terms will be provided to enable the nursing staff to perform a correct neurological assessment of the patient.
Similarly, the definition of the most up-to-date treatments and specific nursing care in cerebrovascular pathologies and tumor processes is established in such a way that this knowledge is integrated to be able to perform a specific assessment by functional patterns and diagnose according to NANDA taxonomy, planning outcome criteria according to NOC taxonomy and nursing interventions according to NIC taxonomy.
Under the slogan "Time is brain", which reflects the importance of receiving medical and nursing care as soon as possible in the event of a stroke, the Stroke Code is activated. This Postgraduate Diploma gives you all the guidelines to follow in the established protocol".
This Postgraduate Diploma Cerebrovascular Diseases and Neurological Oncology for Nursing contains the most complete and up-to-date program on the market. The most important features of the program include:
- Development of more than 100 case studies presented by experts in neurological nursing. Its graphic, schematic and eminently practical contents, which are designed to provide essential
- scientific and assistance information for professional practice.
- Latest developments in neurological nursing
- Contains practical exercises
- Theoretical lessons, questions to the experts and clinical cases for individual reflection.
- Content that is accessible from any fixed or portable device with an Internet connection
- Multimedia content developed with the latest educational technology, which will allow the professional a situated and contextual learning, that is, a simulated environment that will provide an
- immersive learning programmed to train in real situations.
Neurorehabilitation is essential after suffering a stroke, master the most up-to-date treatments and how they influence the patient's ability to be independent with this TECH program."
The program’s teaching staff includes professionals from the sector who contribute their work experience to this training program, as well as renowned specialists from leading societies and prestigious universities.
The multimedia content, developed with the latest educational technology, will provide the professional with situated and contextual learning, i.e., a simulated environment that will provide immersive training programmed to train in real situations.
This program is designed around Problem-Based Learning, whereby the professional must try to solve the different professional practice situations that arise during the academic year. For this purpose, the professional will be assisted by an innovative interactive video system created by renowned and experienced experts.
Study in depth the knowledge of brain tumors and understand the associated neurological complications in order to understand the treatments used in neuro-oncology perfectly"
This Postgraduate Diploma in TECH allows you to combine your work and personal life with your studies, as it is 100% online and without timetable, so you can study it whenever it suits you best.
The structure of the contents of this Postgraduate Diploma has been designed by a team of nursing professionals from a leading hospital in neurological care at all levels, aware of the relevance of current specialization in cerebrovascular diseases in order to intervene in the treatment and care of neurological pathology. Committed to quality teaching through new educational technologies, they have established a curriculum whose modules offer a broad perspective of the performance of the functions of the nurse in this area of health, with which you will expand your knowledge and acquire full competence for your day-to-day work, knowing that you also have the support of a team of experts and the quality assurance of prestigious universities.
Thanks to this program, you will successfully differentiate the types of infarction according to their etiology and understand how to intervene according to the case."
Module 1. Cerebrovascular Diseases
1.1. Transient Ischemic Attack
1.1.1. Causes, Signs and Symptoms
1.2. Acute Ischemic Stroke. Classification According to Location
1.2.1. Total Ischemic Stroke (TACI)
1.2.2. Posterior Circulation Stroke (POCI)
1.2.3. Lacunar Strokes
1.3. Acute Ischemic Stroke II. Classification According to Etiology
1.3.1. Atherothrombotic Infarction
1.3.2. Cardioembolic Infarction
1.3.3. Lacunar Infarction, Small Vessel Occlusion
1.3.4. Cerebral Infarction of Unusual Cause
1.3.5. Cerebral Infarction of Undetermined Origin
1.4. Cerebral Hemorrhage
14.1. Causes, Signs and Symptoms
1.5. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
1.5.1. Causes, Signs and Symptoms
1.6. Cerebral Venous Thrombosis
1.6.1. Causes, Signs and Symptoms
1.7. Other Cerebrovascular Syndromes. (Lacunar, Vertebrobasilar)
1.7.1. Causes, Signs and Symptoms
1.8. Neurorehabilitation in Strokes
1.8.1. Importance of Rehabilitation after a Stroke
1.8.2. Subacute Rehabilitation: Outpatient Rehabilitation and Home Care
1.9. Nursing Care in Acute Strokes
1.9.1. Specific Care in Ischemic Strokes
1.9.2. Specific Care in Hemorrhagic Strokes
1.9.3. Specific Care in Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
1.9.4. Specific Care in Cerebral Venous Thrombosis
1.9.5. Specific Care in Cerebrovascular Syndromes
1.10. Standardized NANDA-NIC-NOC Care Plans.
1.10.1. Nursing Assessment by Gordon Functional Patterns
1.10.2. Nursing Diagnoses NANDA Taxonomy
1.10.3. Care Planning According to NIC-NOC Taxonomy
Module 2. Stroke Code and Stroke Hospital Care
2.1. Code Stroke
2.1.1. Activation Criteria Stroke Code
2.1.2. Stroke Code Circuit
2.2. Ictus Code Attention in the Emergency Department
2.2.1. Emergency Triage
2.2.2. Emergency Nursing Care
2.3. Advanced Treatment in Acute Strokes
2.3.1. Intravenous Fibrinolysis
2.3.2. Vascular Neurointerventionism
2.4. Stroke Unit
2.4.1. Ictus Unit Entry and Exit Criteria
2.5. Protocol Procedures in the Stroke Unit. Nursing Care
2.5.1. Ischemic Stroke Protocol
2.5.2. Ischemic Stroke Protocol with Heparin Treatment
2.5.3. Ischemic Stroke Protocol with Fibrinolytic Treatment and/or Vascular Neurointerventional Treatment
2.5.4. Hemorrhagic Stroke Protocol
2.5.5. Protocol Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
2.5.6. Embolization-Angioplasty-Endarterectomy Protocol
2.6. Rehabilitation in the Acute Stroke Patient
2.6.1. Importance of Early Rehabilitation in Acute Stroke
2.6.2. Postural Treatment, Mobilizations and Transfers
2.7. Language and Swallowing. Nursing Care
2.7.1. Aphasia and Specific Nursing Care
2.7.2. Dysphagia Swallowing Test. Specific Nursing Care
2.8. Treatment of Cerebrovascular Diseases
2.8.1. Pharmacological Treatments and Side Effects
2.9. Standardized NANDA-NIC-NOC Care Plans.
2.9.1. Nursing Assessment by Gordon Functional Patterns
2.9.2. Nursing Diagnoses NANDA Taxonomy
2.9.3. Care Planning According to NIC-NOC Taxonomy
2.10. Neurological Assessment. Scales and Glossary of Terms
2.10.1. Neurological Assessment
2.10.2. Scales: NIHHS, Canadian Scale, Glasgow Scale
2.10.3. Dictionary of Terms
Module 3. Neurological Oncology
3.1. Primary Brain Tumors
3.1.1. High Grade Glioma
3.1.2. Low-Grade Glioma
3.2. Non-Glial Primary Brain Tumors
3.3. Cerebral Metastases and Meningeal Carcinomatosis
3.4. Neurological Complications of Chemotherapy and Immunotherapy
3.5. Neurological Complications of Radiotherapy
3.6. Paraneoplastic Syndromes
3.7. Hematological Neoplasms and their Neurological Complications
3.8. Treatments in Neurological Oncology
3.8.1. Pharmacological Treatment.
3.8.2. Non-Pharmacological Treatment
3.8.3. Surgical Treatments
3.9. General Tumor Nursing Care
3.9.1. Specific Care in Tumors
3.9.2. Specific Care for Tumors Requiring Surgery
3.9.3. Specific Care for Tumors Requiring Chemotherapy
3.9.4. Specific Care for Tumors Requiring Radiotherapy
3.10. NANDA-NIC-NOC Care Plans
3.10.1. Nursing Assessment by Gordon Functional Patterns
3.10.2. Nursing Diagnoses NANDA Taxonomy
3.10.3. Care Planning According to NIC-NOC Taxonomy
A unique, key and decisive training experience to boost your professional development"