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Nursing Care Plan for a CVA Patient?

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CVA stands for cerebrovascular accident and it refers to normal blood supply to the brain being disrupted and causing a functional abnormality of the Central Nervous System. Causes for blood flow to be disrupted are usually a ruptured blood vessel, or a blood clot. A stroke is a cerebrovascular accident, and is the sudden death of some brain cells. Nurses taking care of patients who have suffered a stroke need to use a nursing care plan for a CVA patient.
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