Adapting stroke services during the COVID-19 pandemic: an implementation guide - resource hub

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Implementing telemedicine to support specialist decision making in stroke care

Delivering safe stroke care at hospitals without acute stroke units

Developing virtual clinics for managing TIA and minor stroke


Appendices

All appendices

Implementing telemedicine to support specialist decision making in stroke care

Appendix 1 – Case studies

Appendix 2 – Suggested data capture sheet – telemedicine thrombolysis for actute ischaemic stroke


Delivering safe stroke care at hospitals without acute stroke units

Appendix 3 – ROSIER scale

Appendix 4 – National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale

Appendix 5 – Angels Initiative resources

Appendix 6 –Thrombolysis checklist

Appendix 7 – Complications following thrombolysis

Appendix 8 –Nursing observations required post-thrombolysis

Appendix 9 – Benefits and risks of thrombolysis

Appendix 10 – Summary guide to thrombolysis

Appendix 11 – Key points for the management of haemorrhagic stroke


Developing virtual clinics for managing TIA and minor stroke

Appendix 12 – Case studies


Related resources

Bridges Self-Management is working in collaboration with the University of Nottingham and a group of researchers and clinicians, to produce an online ‘Community of Practice’ to support community stroke services that are providing remote rehabilitation, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

www.bridgesselfmanagement.org.uk/covid-19-resources/
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1t-93MJkh5jHwmJVOp9ZvEIKOGk749q5T/view
Statement on the rationale for maintaining Early Supported Discharge and Community Stroke services during COVID-19 outbreak