DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1358

Nursing Management Method for Thrombolysis Time Window of Cerebral Ischemic Stroke

Yan Sun, Feng Tian


This paper aims to analyse the reasons for hospital-visit and in-hospital thrombolysis delays about the cerebral ischemic stroke patients, and then makes a related countermeasure study. In the study, at stage 1, the analysis was made for the reasons of stroke patients’ thrombolysis delay by tracking the treatment process of stroke patients, and making questionnaire survey to understand the patients’ cognition about cerebral stroke; at stage 2, based on reasons for thrombolysis delay, the countermeasures were studied, e.g. optimize the thrombolysis process on the basis of process management theory, formulate the illustrated health educational manual, and analyse the application effect of measures. Besides, the SPSS17.0 software was adopted to make statistical analysis. With the multi-level stroke management team (incl. nursery and administration etc.) established, the first-aid process can be optimized and the medical and nursing quality process control management system be improved. At last, considering the lack of related knowledge about cerebral stroke disease, the related health education should be enhanced, and the public awareness of hospital treatment in time should be improved, in order to reduce the patient’s clinic time and improve the thrombolytic ratio.


Cerebral Ischemic Stroke, Patients’ Cognition, Thrombolysis Delay, Nurses’ Cognition, Optimization Process

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