In the ischemic stroke patient, what are the barriers to the administration of thrombolytic therapy within 3 hours of presentation to the emergency department when the last seen normal is within 2 hours?

Course Project Overview

PICOT Question

In the ischemic stroke patient, what are the barriers to the administration of thrombolytic therapy within 3 hours of presentation to the emergency department when the last seen normal is within 2 hours?

P= barrier to administration

I= administration of t-PA

C= vs. not receiving thrombolytic

O= administration of thrombolytic

T= within 3 hours of Emergency room presentation when the last seen normal is within 2 hours.

Evidence-based practice involves a great deal more than simply reading nursing periodicals on a regular basis. Nurses can take a more proactive approach to evidence-based practice by identifying authentic problems and concerns, and then using that to guide their inquiries into current research. In this way, nurses can connect the results of relevant research studies to their nursing practice.

For the Course Project, you identify and apply relevant research to a specific nursing topic or problem. You begin by formulating an answerable question that is relevant to nursing and evidence-based practice. In later weeks of this course, you continue the course project by conducting a literature review and then determining how the evidence from the literature can be applied to nursing practice.


 

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