1) The nurse is caring for a client who just had an intracerebral hemorrhagic stroke. The family members are concerned about how this could happen. Without knowing the cause of this clients stroke, the nurse reports which of the following as the number one reason for intracerebral hemorrhagic stroke?

2) The nurse is caring for a client who had a hemorrhagic stroke. The nurse should question which of the following orders?

3) The nurse is recieving report on a client who had a stroke. The nurse states, "The client is impossible to understand, they are poor historians and are very depressed." The recieving nurse recognizes this as what kind of stroke?

4) A nurse is reviewing the mnemonic for stroke, FAST. The nurse remember the T standing for which of the following?

5) With the diagnosis of hemorrhagic stroke, the nurse should make sure the bed is in which position?

6) With the diagnosis of ischemic stroke, the nurse should make sure the bed is in which position?

7) A 58-year-old patient with multiple sclerosis is suffering from bowel incontinence after having a stroke. Which intervention would most likely help the patient to manage this condition?

8) A nurse is caring for a patient who is recovering from a stroke. The nurse arranges for a swallowing screening to be performed on this patient. Which best describes the purpose of this test?

9) A patient who has had a stroke has developed dysphagia and is having trouble getting enough food. The nurse assesses the patient's swallowing ability. Which action would the nurse include to effectively assess this patients swallowing?

10) A nurse is caring for a patient who is recovering from a stroke and who has difficulties swallowing. The patient must have all liquids thickened to a nectar consistency. Which of the following is a true statement regarding nectar-thick liquids? Select all that apply.

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