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After full participation in this program, participants should be better able to:
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Identify key factors to ensure rapid recognition, triage and care of patients with stroke
Optimize recognition and timely triage of stroke patients
Recognize the critical role of the advanced practice provider in the evaluation and management of acute stroke
Outline best practices in patients transferring from primary to comprehensive stroke centers
Identify key metrics for quality improvement and education in stroke
Analyze the evidence and appropriate circumstance for considering the use of tenecteplase in acute ischemic stroke
Explain expanded indications for mechanical thrombectomy in large vessel occlusion
Recognize the potential importance of neuroprotectants in acute ischemic stroke
Select patients with wake-up stroke symptoms for intravenous thrombolysis
Identify indications for stent placement in patients with large vessel tandem occlusions
Evaluate and manage patients with ischemic stroke despite anticoagulation for atrial fibrillation
Describe individualized treatment options for patients with embolic stroke of unknown source
Apply latest updates on evaluation and management of cerebral venous thrombosis
Evaluate and manage patients with intracranial atherosclerosis
Identify patients with cervical artery dissection who may benefit from antiplatelet therapy versus anticoagulation
Outline implications of white matter disease on cognition
Identify and appropriately manage patients with in-hospital post stroke delirium
Describe best practices for evaluation and management of cognitive dysfunction poststroke
Discuss best practices in post stroke rehabilitation
Apply the latest updates from the 2020 guidelines for evaluation and management of patients with intracerebral hemorrhage
Describe surgical treatment options for patients with intracerebral hemorrhage
Identify and mitigate disparities in stroke care
List best practices in the emergent evaluation of patients with dizzines
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