Nurses’s Role to Prevent Complication in Ischemic Stroke Receiving Thrombectomy Treatment

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วีรยุทธ ศรีทุมสุข
ชัยยุทธ โคตะรักษ์
สุภลักษณ์ นอใส
พรชัย จูลเมตต์

Abstract

Treatment of patients with ischemic stroke through thrombectomy is another option beyond intravenous thrombolysis with recombinant tissue plasminogen activator (IV-rtPA) ipatients with large blood vessels occlusion or there are some contraindications to receiving IV-rtPA. However, such treatment methods have the potential to cause significant complications in patients such as neurological changes, intracerebral hemorrahge, or reocclusion after thrombectomy treatment including contrast-induced nephropathy etc. Nurses are important in the healthcare for taking care ischemic stroke after treating with thrombectomy. So, understanding of nursing care among pre-operative, intraoperative, and post-operative after thrombectomy treatment to prevent complications that may occur at various stages of treatment including when the patient returns to home.

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ศรีทุมสุขว, โคตะรักษ์ช, นอใสส, จูลเมตต์พ. Nurses’s Role to Prevent Complication in Ischemic Stroke Receiving Thrombectomy Treatment. J Royal Thai Army Nurses [Internet]. 2019Apr.24 [cited 2020Feb.28];20(1):47-5. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JRTAN/article/view/173038
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