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Neurological Assessment 3
Mood affect
aggressive
person
awake
When making a neurological Assessment, look if the patient la…
When making a neurological Assessment, look if the patient is…
When making a neurological Assessment, look if the patient is…
When making a neurological Assessment, look if the patient is…
Mood affect
When making a neurological Assessment, look if the patient la…
aggressive
When making a neurological Assessment, look if the patient is…
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Assessment week 3- Neurological Assessment
What are the 5 major components of the…
cerebellum
cerebral cortex
pyramidal tract
1. Mental status & speech... 2. Cranial nerve function... 3. Sensor…
coordinates motor activities of movement
initiates voluntary motor activity
transmits impulses so spinal cord
What are the 5 major components of the…
1. Mental status & speech... 2. Cranial nerve function... 3. Sensor…
cerebellum
coordinates motor activities of movement
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Week 3 - Neurological Assessment
Ptosis
Strabismus
Muscle Paresis
Hemiplegia
_______ is a drooping or falling of upper eyelid
___________ is abnormal alignment of the eyes; the condition…
__________ _________ is partial or incomplete paralysis of th…
___________ is paralysis of one side of the body
Ptosis
_______ is a drooping or falling of upper eyelid
Strabismus
___________ is abnormal alignment of the eyes; the condition…
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Health Assessment 3 - NEUROLOGIC
Sensory neurons
Motor neurons
Dermatones
Neuro system exam
Ascending
Descending
Sensory map of body... Conveys sensory impulses to brain
Mental status - recall, cognitive... CN... Motor system... Reflexes (D…
Sensory neurons
Ascending
Motor neurons
Descending
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Neurological Assessment (TEST 3)
***An Intact, appropriately functionin…
Detection of change in neuro status,…
Actual and potential health problems…
Acute change in mental status... Change…
Why is a neurological assessment important?
What are the goals of a neurological assessment?
Why do nurses perform neurological assessments?
Any SIGNIFICANT CHANGES in Neurological Status include?
***An Intact, appropriately functionin…
Why is a neurological assessment important?
Detection of change in neuro status,…
What are the goals of a neurological assessment?
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Test #3: Neurological Assessment
Advanced practice: Assess individual c…
Advanced practice: Assess individual c…
Advanced practice: Assess individual c…
Notes for Cranial nerves 9 & 10
-Test nose for smell (olfactory nerve CN1).... -Test eyes (visua…
-Observe eyes for pupillary size, shape, equality, constructi…
-Test ears for hearing and balance (CN VIII).... Whisper test, W…
-Assess motor activity of pharynx by asking patient to drink…
Advanced practice: Assess individual c…
-Test nose for smell (olfactory nerve CN1).... -Test eyes (visua…
Advanced practice: Assess individual c…
-Observe eyes for pupillary size, shape, equality, constructi…
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neurological assessment exam 3
who gets a neuro assessment
focused neuro assessment
LOC- alert
LOC- lethargic
confused/disoriented... brain damage... disease/infection that affe…
mental status, pupils, visual fields, glasgow coma scale, spe…
receptive and responsive
responds appropriately but is slow and may need stimuli to re…
who gets a neuro assessment
confused/disoriented... brain damage... disease/infection that affe…
focused neuro assessment
mental status, pupils, visual fields, glasgow coma scale, spe…
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EXAM 3 Neurological Assessment
Cerebral Cortex
Myelin
Frontal lobe
Parietal lobe
Is the outer layer of nerve cell bodies; it looks like "gray…
the white insulation on the axon that increases the conductio…
personality, behavior, emotions, and intellectual function.
the post central gyrus is the primary center for sensation.
Cerebral Cortex
Is the outer layer of nerve cell bodies; it looks like "gray…
Myelin
the white insulation on the axon that increases the conductio…
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Neurological Assessment Test 3
Nervous System: Two parts
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Peripheral Nervous System
Romberg's Test
*Central Nervous System (CNS): brain and spinal cord... *Periphe…
brain and spinal cord
*CN: 12 pairs ... *Spinal nerves: 31 pairs ... *Carries sensory mes…
A patient who has a problem with proprioception can still mai…
Nervous System: Two parts
*Central Nervous System (CNS): brain and spinal cord... *Periphe…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
brain and spinal cord
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Exam 3: Neurological Assessment
- Vital sign changes... - Pupils
Increased pressure or tissue hypoxia o…
Sudden appearance of a fixed and dilat…
Respiratory rate
Neurological assessment
What to dilated/pin point pupils that don't react to light in…
What indicates an emergency based on the pupil
What is the most important vital sign to monitor related to t…
- Vital sign changes... - Pupils
Neurological assessment
Increased pressure or tissue hypoxia o…
What to dilated/pin point pupils that don't react to light in…
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Health Assessment test #3 neurology
What are the four (4) lobes of the bra…
Lobes of the Brain: FRONTAL
Lobes of the Brain: PARIETAL
Lobes of the Brain: OCCIPITAL
-frontal... -parietal ... -occipital... -temporal
-contains the primary motor cortex... -responsible for voluntary…
-primary sensory cortex... -receives sensory input (taste, touch…
-primary visual cortex... -receiving and interpreting visual inf…
What are the four (4) lobes of the bra…
-frontal... -parietal ... -occipital... -temporal
Lobes of the Brain: FRONTAL
-contains the primary motor cortex... -responsible for voluntary…
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Exam 3: Assessment for the Neurologic System
the outer layer of nerve cells is call…
the center of fxs governing thought, m…
the two hemispheres are connected by the
if your dominant hemisphere is L then…
cerebral cortex
cerebral cortex
corpus callosum
R hand
the outer layer of nerve cells is call…
cerebral cortex
the center of fxs governing thought, m…
cerebral cortex
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Health Assessment Exam 3: Neurological
CNS includes:
Peripheral nervous system (PNS) includ…
Cerebral cortex
Frontal lobe
Brain and spinal cord
• 12 pairs of cranial nerves... • 31 pairs of spinal nerves... • Ca…
Includes: frontal lobe, parietal lobe, temporal love, wernick…
1. Personality... 2. Behavior... 3. Emotions... 4. Intellectual functi…
CNS includes:
Brain and spinal cord
Peripheral nervous system (PNS) includ…
• 12 pairs of cranial nerves... • 31 pairs of spinal nerves... • Ca…
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NURSING EXAM 3: NEUROLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
what is the central nervous system com…
what is the peripheral nervous system…
how many cranial nerves?
how many spinal nerves?
brain and spinal cord
all nerve fibers outside the brain and spinal cord
12
31
what is the central nervous system com…
brain and spinal cord
what is the peripheral nervous system…
all nerve fibers outside the brain and spinal cord
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Neurology Assessment
What are the five key components of th…
What are the two main components of th…
What are the three components of the P…
Define neuropathy
Mental status... Cranial nerves... Motor/musculoskeletal system... Sen…
Brain and Spinal Cord
12 cranial nerves... 31 spinal nerves... Dermotomes
Destruction of a nerve cell body
What are the five key components of th…
Mental status... Cranial nerves... Motor/musculoskeletal system... Sen…
What are the two main components of th…
Brain and Spinal Cord
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Health Assessment Neurological Exam 3
3 main divisions of the brain
Right side of the brain
Left side of the brain
The CNS takes up
Cerebrum... Cerebellum... Brain stem
Emotion/music/ artistic
language, math, logic, analytical
80% of the brain
3 main divisions of the brain
Cerebrum... Cerebellum... Brain stem
Right side of the brain
Emotion/music/ artistic
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Neurological / HEENT Assessment Quiz 3
Weber Test
Rinne Test
Romburg test
Cranial Nerves
Vibrating tuning fork on center of head, the pt. should be ab…
Done after failed Weber test, tuning fork on mastoid process-…
Ask person to maintain balance with feet together, hands at s…
Oh Once One Takes the Anatomy Final Awesome Good Vacations Ar…
Weber Test
Vibrating tuning fork on center of head, the pt. should be ab…
Rinne Test
Done after failed Weber test, tuning fork on mastoid process-…
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Class 3: Assessment, Neurologic/Cognitive/Pain Assessment
Assessment
Purpose of a physical assessment
Assessment techniques
Subjective data
To collect data about a person's health state
• Using the database, nurses make clinical judgments or nursi…
Comprehensive: vital signs/head to toe/ all together Focus: p…
symptoms/ what the patient tells you
Assessment
To collect data about a person's health state
Purpose of a physical assessment
• Using the database, nurses make clinical judgments or nursi…
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ExM #3: Neurological Assessment
What are the 5 levels of consciousness/
alert
lethargic
obtunded/solmnent
1. alert... 2. lethargic... 3. obtunded... 4. semi comatose... 4. comatose
receptive and responsive
responds appropriately but is slow and may need stimuli to re…
difficult to arouse, constant stimulation needed and inconsis…
What are the 5 levels of consciousness/
1. alert... 2. lethargic... 3. obtunded... 4. semi comatose... 4. comatose
alert
receptive and responsive
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neurological assessment
CNS
4 major divisions of the brain
structures of the brain
lobes of the brain
brain and spinal chord
cerebellum... diencephalon... brain stem... cerebellum
CNS
brain and spinal chord
4 major divisions of the brain
cerebellum... diencephalon... brain stem... cerebellum
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Foundations Exam #3 Neurologic Assessment
What should you pay attention to durin…
When neurological symptom is present,…
Where should Neuro exam take place?
Frontal Lobe is responsible for
Orientation... Speech... Ability to interact
Onset... Duration... Intensity... Frequency... Aggravating and alleviatin…
In a quiet room with no distractions... Comfortably seated
personality... behavior... emotion... intellectual functions
What should you pay attention to durin…
Orientation... Speech... Ability to interact
When neurological symptom is present,…
Onset... Duration... Intensity... Frequency... Aggravating and alleviatin…
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Musculoskeletal and Neurological Assessment Exam 3
Shape
Support
Movement
Protection
Tall, short, narrow, wider, size of hands, feet, body shape o…
Skeleton provides support and holds organs in place
Skeletal bones attach to each other by ligaments and further…
Protects vital organs (skull & rib cage, vertebral column)
Shape
Tall, short, narrow, wider, size of hands, feet, body shape o…
Support
Skeleton provides support and holds organs in place
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Week 2&3: neurological assessment
What knowledge does a nurse bring to t…
What factors affect one's neurological…
Cultural and lifespan considerations f…
Cultural and lifespan considerations f…
- clinical judgement model... - bringing your own values and bel…
- traumatic brain injury ... - migraine or headache... - concussion…
- need stimulation to grow brain cells... - myelin sheath suppor…
- Skull and brain grow very slowly... - Nourishing support cell…
What knowledge does a nurse bring to t…
- clinical judgement model... - bringing your own values and bel…
What factors affect one's neurological…
- traumatic brain injury ... - migraine or headache... - concussion…
Neurologic Assessment
analgesia
anesthesia
anosmia
babinski response
Pain relief; inability to feel pain
without feeling or sensation
absence of the sense of smell
Stroke bottom of foot. Abnormal=dorsiflexion of toes. shows u…
analgesia
Pain relief; inability to feel pain
anesthesia
without feeling or sensation
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Patient Assessment Test 3 - Neurological Assessment
brain and spinal cord
cerebrum, cerebellum, and brainstem
12 cranial nerves and 31 spinal nerves
efferent division
what makes up the central nervous system?
what are the 3 parts of the brain?
what makes up the peripheral nervous system?
division of the PNS that sends motor information from the bra…
brain and spinal cord
what makes up the central nervous system?
cerebrum, cerebellum, and brainstem
what are the 3 parts of the brain?
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212 Exam 3: neurological assessment
Central nervous system
Peripheral nervous system
Cerebrum
Cortex
Brian... Spinal cord
Everything else ... - all nerve fibers outside the Brian and spi…
Largest part of the brain, 2 hemispheres
Outer layer of cerebrum, controls most conscious processes
Central nervous system
Brian... Spinal cord
Peripheral nervous system
Everything else ... - all nerve fibers outside the Brian and spi…
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Exam 3 270 - Neurologic Assessment
CNS
PNS
What is gray matter?
What & Where is the Wernickes area?
Spinal cord & brain
All nerve fibers outside of the brain & spinal cord, 12 crani…
Cerebrum's outer later of nerve cells
In the temporal lobe, associated with language comprehension.
CNS
Spinal cord & brain
PNS
All nerve fibers outside of the brain & spinal cord, 12 crani…
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Assessment exam 3 Neurological system
what is included in the central nervou…
what is included in the peripheral ner…
what is the cerebral cortex
what is the thalamus
brain, spinal cord
peripheral nerves
cerebrum's outer layer, and is the center for human's highest…
the main relay station where the sensory pathways of the spin…
what is included in the central nervou…
brain, spinal cord
what is included in the peripheral ner…
peripheral nerves
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Advanced Assessment Test 3 - Neurological
Problems that develop at any age and d…
Problems that occur when function is l…
Compromise descending pathways from th…
Influence, direct, and modify spinal r…
Static
Degenerative
Upper motor neurons
Upper motor neurons
Problems that develop at any age and d…
Static
Problems that occur when function is l…
Degenerative
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Physical Assessment Test 3 (Neurologic Assessment)
What does the Central Nervous System(C…
What are the 3 parts of the brain rele…
What is the cortex responsible for?
What is the Cerebellum responsible for?
The brain and the spinal cord
Cortex, Cerebellum, and Medulla
Higher functions- thought, memory, reasoning, sensation, volu…
Equilibrium, motor coordination, muscle tone.
What does the Central Nervous System(C…
The brain and the spinal cord
What are the 3 parts of the brain rele…
Cortex, Cerebellum, and Medulla
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Health Assessment Exam 3 (Neurological Assessment)
Learning Objectives
Parts of the Nervous System- Brain
Spinal Cord
Principal motor pathways
1. Obtain an accurate history of the neurologic system... 2. Ide…
1. Cerebrum... a. Frontal- voluntary movement... b. Parietal- Sen…
1. Begins C1 and ends at L1/L2... 2. Spinal nerves (31 pairs)
1. Corticospinal (pyramidal) tract- Voluntary movement, skill…
Learning Objectives
1. Obtain an accurate history of the neurologic system... 2. Ide…
Parts of the Nervous System- Brain
1. Cerebrum... a. Frontal- voluntary movement... b. Parietal- Sen…
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Neurologic Assessment
Mental status exam
MSE: General Appearance and Behavior
MSE: Speech & Language
MSE: Mood
*Includes assessment of:... 1. General Appearance and Behavior... 2…
-Posture, movements, ability to relax... -Dress, grooming, perso…
Assess quantity, rate, volume, articulation, fluency
Do you get depressed or blue?... How low do you feel?... What do yo…
Mental status exam
*Includes assessment of:... 1. General Appearance and Behavior... 2…
MSE: General Appearance and Behavior
-Posture, movements, ability to relax... -Dress, grooming, perso…
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Physical Assessment Test 3 (Neurologic Assessment)
What does the Central Nervous System(C…
What are the 3 parts of the brain rele…
What is the cortex responsible for?
What is the Cerebellum responsible for?
The brain and the spinal cord
Cortex, Cerebellum, and Medulla
Higher functions- thought, memory, reasoning, sensation, volu…
Equilibrium, motor coordination, muscle tone.
What does the Central Nervous System(C…
The brain and the spinal cord
What are the 3 parts of the brain rele…
Cortex, Cerebellum, and Medulla
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NEUROLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
Cerebral Cortex Mental Status Examinat…
Behaviour
Cognitive
lethargy
A.......Appearance... B.......Behavior... C.......Cognition... T......…
Level of consciousness... Facial expression... Language... Mood and af…
Level of Consciousness... Orientation... Attention... Memory... Judgments…
drowsiness
Cerebral Cortex Mental Status Examinat…
A.......Appearance... B.......Behavior... C.......Cognition... T......…
Behaviour
Level of consciousness... Facial expression... Language... Mood and af…
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Neurologic assessment
right cerebral dominance
left cerebral dominance
neurologic exam
mental status
-Visual spatial orientation... -Musical/artistic... -Perception of…
-Speech and writing... -Logic, reasoning... -Judgment... -Right side o…
-Mental status... -Cranial nerves (Eye/Ear/Head/Neck)... -Motor fun…
-Level of consciousness... -Orientation to person, place, time,…
right cerebral dominance
-Visual spatial orientation... -Musical/artistic... -Perception of…
left cerebral dominance
-Speech and writing... -Logic, reasoning... -Judgment... -Right side o…
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Neurology Assessment
Assessment Procedures
Case Hx Interview
Review of Medical Records
Initial Screening
-Case Hx Interview... -Review of Medical Records... -Oral Mech Exam…
Pre-morbid functioning, functional impact of current communic…
Medical reports that detail date of onset, primary and second…
-Bedside consultation by the SLP to do a brief preliminary as…
Assessment Procedures
-Case Hx Interview... -Review of Medical Records... -Oral Mech Exam…
Case Hx Interview
Pre-morbid functioning, functional impact of current communic…
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Neurological Assessment
Mental Status
Purpose of Mental Status Exam
NS is comprised of:
Somatic NS
total expression of a person's emotional responses, mood, cog…
Determine presence or absence of NS malfunction... Determine loc…
CNS (cerebrum, spinal cord)... PNS (peripheral nerves, afferent,…
Voluntary skeletal muscle contraction
Mental Status
total expression of a person's emotional responses, mood, cog…
Purpose of Mental Status Exam
Determine presence or absence of NS malfunction... Determine loc…
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neurological assessment
CNS
4 major divisions of the brain
structures of the brain
lobes of the brain
brain and spinal chord
cerebellum... diencephalon... brain stem... cerebellum
CNS
brain and spinal chord
4 major divisions of the brain
cerebellum... diencephalon... brain stem... cerebellum
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neurological assessment
cerebral cortex
frontal lobe
parietal lobe
temporal lobe
frontal lobe ... Parietal Lobe
Directs skeletal actions... Talking, writing, emotions, ... intell…
Tactile stimulation: touch, pain, temperature, shapes
Receives and interprets ... impulses from the ear... Hearing, tast…
cerebral cortex
frontal lobe ... Parietal Lobe
frontal lobe
Directs skeletal actions... Talking, writing, emotions, ... intell…
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Neurological Assessment
History Focus Questions
Equipment Needed
Components of the Exam
Cranial Nerve Assessment I - XII
Have you ever had any numbness, tingling, tremors, dissiness,…
Reflex hammer, cotton balls, aroma vials, tongue blade, cotto…
Sensory Function... Superficial Reflex... Deep Tendon Reflexes... Cere…
1 = Olfactory (sensory smell)... 2 = Optic (sensory vision)... 3 =…
History Focus Questions
Have you ever had any numbness, tingling, tremors, dissiness,…
Equipment Needed
Reflex hammer, cotton balls, aroma vials, tongue blade, cotto…
Neurological Assessment
Test for cranial nerve I
Test for cranial nerve II
Test for cranial nerve III, IV, and VI
Test for cranial nerve V
Cover one side of the nostril, have pt smell cinnamon, cover…
Vision test standing 20 feet from big chart (right eye, left…
have pt follow finger while making an H, checking for nystogo…
Sharp, dull and soft test on the face "Able to identify sharp…
Test for cranial nerve I
Cover one side of the nostril, have pt smell cinnamon, cover…
Test for cranial nerve II
Vision test standing 20 feet from big chart (right eye, left…
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Neurological assessment
Neurological system is divided in how…
Function of Neurological system
What is the basic functional unit of N…
CNS composed of how many systems
CNS and PNS
Integration, coordination and regulation of all body function…
Neuron
Brain and Spinal Cord
Neurological system is divided in how…
CNS and PNS
Function of Neurological system
Integration, coordination and regulation of all body function…
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Neurological assessment
Types of neuro exams
Structure function review
What test assesses a cerebellum injury?
Stroke (CVA) risk factors
Screening: secondary prevention, detect problems early... Comple…
Frontal lobe: personality, behavior, emotion, intellectual fu…
Romberg test
Modifiable: CVD, HTN, diabetes, smoking, Afib, dyslipidemia,…
Types of neuro exams
Screening: secondary prevention, detect problems early... Comple…
Structure function review
Frontal lobe: personality, behavior, emotion, intellectual fu…
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Neurological Assessment
Peripheral Nervous System
pairs of spinal nerves
regulates temp, sleep cycles
balance
Spinal Nerves
31 pairs
hypothalamus
cerebellum... assess gait
Peripheral Nervous System
Spinal Nerves
pairs of spinal nerves
31 pairs
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Neurological assessment
Developmental Considerations - Aging A…
Developmental Considerations - Infants
I - Olfactory
II - Optic
Neuron loss - brain and spinal motor slow down... Decreased vel…
Neurological system not fully developed - head to toe core to…
Type: Sensory... Function : Smell... Test : Shut eyes, occlude on…
Type: Sensory... Function : Vision... Test : Snelling chart and p…
Developmental Considerations - Aging A…
Neuron loss - brain and spinal motor slow down... Decreased vel…
Developmental Considerations - Infants
Neurological system not fully developed - head to toe core to…
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Neurological assessment
brain
spinal cord
Person... Place... Time... Purpose
Olfactory nerve
When assessing cranial nerves we are assessing for function a…
When assessing deep tendon reflexes we are assessing for func…
Alert and orientated x 4
controls sense of smell
brain
When assessing cranial nerves we are assessing for function a…
spinal cord
When assessing deep tendon reflexes we are assessing for func…
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Neurological Assessment
Lobes of the Brain
Frontal Lobe
Parietal Lobe
Temporal Lobe
Frontal ... Parietal ... Temporal ... Occipital
Controls intellectual function, awareness of self, personalit…
Primary somatosensory cortex that receives sensory input such…
Primary Auditory Cortex... Wernike's Area... Interprets auditory,…
Lobes of the Brain
Frontal ... Parietal ... Temporal ... Occipital
Frontal Lobe
Controls intellectual function, awareness of self, personalit…
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NEUROLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (CNS)
PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (PNS)
NERVE CELLS (NEURONS)
GLIAL CELLS
-Brain... -Spinal cord... CN I-II
-12 pairs of cranial nerves (CN III-XII)... -31 pairs of spinal…
Primary functional unit of the NS... 1. Excitability... 2. Conducti…
(glia, neuroglia) provide support, nourishment, and protectio…
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (CNS)
-Brain... -Spinal cord... CN I-II
PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (PNS)
-12 pairs of cranial nerves (CN III-XII)... -31 pairs of spinal…
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Neurologic Assessment
Wenicke area
parietal lobe
broca area
frontal lobe
speech comprehension
sensation
motor speech
1. personality... 2.behavior... 3.emotion... 4.intellectual function
Wenicke area
speech comprehension
parietal lobe
sensation
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neurological assessment
coning and cushing triad
coup and contracoup
basilar skull fracture
access level of consciousness
extreme ICP - force brain down - as only place for the brina…
head recoils forwards and backwards - occipital lob impacts t…
subhyoliclid haemo ... racoon eyes ... like looking through cottonw…
AVPU - ... response to painful stimuli - chose site that will e…
coning and cushing triad
extreme ICP - force brain down - as only place for the brina…
coup and contracoup
head recoils forwards and backwards - occipital lob impacts t…
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