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Patients With Balints Syndrome
10/12/2012
Balint’s Syndrome is a rare and baffling syndrome which is caused by one or more strokes affecting a certain area of the brain.
The patient can see just fine, but cannot make sense of what they are seeing. As one patient describes her life with Balint’s Syndrome, you begin to understand just how debilitating a stroke can be. She says she shares her story with others not for sympathy, but to motivate health care workers to seek better treatments and therapies.

To read the full article about two patients’ experiences with Balint’s Syndrome CLICK HERE.
Pedagogy offers a Stroke Management: Advanced course, to educate nurses on the timely topic of strokes. It’s all about time with strokes, or brain attacks as they are now called. That’s because when it comes to strokes, “time is brain.” The faster diagnostics and treatments are delivered to the stroke victim, the more brain function is saved.

Pedagogy’s online education course Stroke Management: Advanced takes you through initial emergency department diagnostics and treatment, protecting the penumbra, secondary stroke prevention, complications, and more! Pedagogy’s focus is to provide top-quality online nursing education, in an easy-to-understand and easy-to-accomplish format!

To register for the Stroke Management: Advanced course, CLICK HERE.

Or look at Pedagogy's Stroke Continuing Education Package for a full refresher course on Strokes. For more details: CLICK HERE.
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