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|Chad D Rasmussen|
|Mayo Clinic Rochester, Minnesota, USA|
|Keynote: Adv Practice Nurs|
|Stroke Care and Management continues to change and develop. There are medications that are used to treat acute strokes, including by not limited to thrombolytics, anti-hypertensives, anti-platelet medications, anti-emetics, as well as specific IV medications. There are also goals of care to establish, determine, as well as definiative care. The case study is a 77 year old female who was administered the wrong thrombolytic agent, and had an adverse outcome. This presentation will help educate the importance of the right medications for acute non-hemorrhagic stroke.|
Chad D Rasmussen has completed his BSN in 1996 from Morningside College, and his Master of Science from Creighton University in 2005. He is currently an Instructor of Surgery and an Assistant Professer of Family Medicine for the Mayo Clnic College of Medicine. He has practiced as a Registered Nurse in the Pediatric ICU, CVSICU, Level One Trauma Centers, Flight Nursing, APRN in Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Cardiology, and Critical Care. He is currently a Nurse Practitioner at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN working in Family Medicine.
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