Society often views old age as?
What are the main causes of death for older Australians?
What is the main contributor for burden of disease for people aged over 85 years
What is WHO's definition of active ageing?
What is included in an age-friendly city?
What is Person Centred Care?
What can you do as a nurse to insure optimal age care?
What are the two main stroke types
Lack of oxygen to the brain can result in irreversible brain damage after how long?
what is an Ischaemic Stroke
what is a haemorrhagic stroke
what does TIA stand for?
and what is it?
TRUE or FALSE
Do mini-strokes (TIA) resolve within 24 hours?
What are the impacts of a stroke
Non modifiable risk factors of a stroke
Modifiable risk factors for stroke
How do you know if someone is having a STROKE?
Signs and Symptoms
what is penumbra?
what is the pathophysiology of an Ischaemic stroke
TRUE OR FALSE
The brain doesn't depend of glucose for metabolism
NURSES ROLE in stroke management
Goal of acute stroke management
Required vital signs for a stroke patient
what does ICP stand for?
reasons for deterioration post stroke
signs and symptoms of ^ICP
Thrombolysis with Alteplase after acute ischemic stroke
Recognising and responding to acute deterioration in older adults
what are the four steps of Recognising and responding to acute deterioration
what are the contexts of acute deterioration in older persons
what is frailty?
what are the contributions to frailty syndrome?
what is the Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment (CGA)
What are the domains of the CGA
What is the AMBER care bundle used for?
what does AMBER care bundle stand for?
Definition of a wound
what are the phases of wound healing
types of wound closure
Local factors affecting wound healing
systematic factors affecting wound healing?
Skin Tear Management
What is a pressure injury?
Leg ulcer treatment
What are the factors of Wound management
Types of dressings
Normal brain functions and parts
Common causes of dementia
Rare causes of dementia
List the therapeutic approaches to communication with people with dementia
Risk factors for incontinence
Types of urinary incontinence
management of incontinence
Aetiology of constipation in older persons.
Medications associated with constipation
What are the ethical principles?
What is an advance directive
What is a substituted decision maker
Palliative care definition(WHO)