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Post-Stroke Depression (326)
As sequelae to a right-sided or left-sided (ischemic) stroke, occurring in both the young and old, post-stroke depression (PSD) is a real and present danger to optimal stroke recovery. In the U.S., there are over 700,000 strokes annually, at a rehabilitation cost of over $58 billion dollars. Making the most of full physical and mental health recovery needs to be at the core of stroke treatment.
The goal of this CE offering is to provide nurses with current information on post-stroke depression. After reading this article, you will be able to:
1. Describe post-stroke depression as a complication of ischemic stroke.
2. Compare the two forms of post-stroke depression.
3. Discuss the care plan for a patient with a stroke complicated by depression.

This offering expired on October 5, 2014
   Course Material: Post-Stroke Depression
    Take Test: Post-Stroke Depression-
(Grade to pass: 70%, 2 tries)

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Course NameCreditsCost
Post-Stroke Depression1$8

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