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Background and purpose: At present, stroke patients receiving intravenous thrombolysis (IVT) undergo monitoring of their neurological status and vital signs every 15 minutes for the first 2 hours, every 30 minutes for the next 6 hours, and every hour thereafter up to 24 hours post-IVT. The present study sought to prospectively evaluate whether post-IVT stroke patients with low risk for complications may safely be cared for utilizing a novel low-intensity monitoring protocol.
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The 5-minute Apgar score, and particularly a change in the score between 1 minute and 5 minutes, is a useful index of the response to resuscitation. If the Apgar score is less than 7 at 5 minutes, the Neonatal Resuscitation Program guidelines state that the assessment should be repeated every 5 minutes for up to 20 minutes 3. However, an Apgar score assigned during a resuscitation is not equivalent to a score assigned to a spontaneously breathing infant 10. There is no accepted standard for reporting an Apgar score in infants undergoing resuscitation after birth because many of the elements contributing to the score are altered by resuscitation. The concept of an assisted score that accounts for resuscitative interventions has been suggested, but the predictive reliability has not been studied. In order to correctly describe such infants and provide accurate documentation and data collection, an expanded Apgar score report form is encouraged Figure 1. This expanded Apgar score also may prove to be useful in the setting of delayed cord clamping, where the time of birth (complete delivery of the infant), the time of cord clamping, and the time of initiation of resuscitation all can be recorded in the comments box.
The goal of serial neuro checks is to detect impending neurological deterioration early enough to facilitate timely intervention. However, there is limited evidence to support the hourly frequency of neuro checks. Historically, early recommendations included indefinite GCS observation every 10-15 minutes1; neuro checks every 15 minutes for the first hour, every 30 minutes for an hour, and then every hour2; and a maximum of one hour between neuro checks.3 None of these early recommendations came with any stated rationale. Guidelines for the neurological observation of patients with a head injury from the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) suggested neurological observation every 30 minutes until a GCS of 15 was achieved, then every hour for two hours, followed by every two hours thereafter4. Many patients may never achieve a GCS of 15. Meanwhile, many other guidelines do not recommend specific time intervals at all. Therefore, many institutions continue hourly neuro checks throughout their ICU stay or until these orders are questioned by nursing.Both the utility and duration of hourly examinations have recently come under some scrutiny. A 2005 study of 100 consecutive patients with a head injury found that these protocols were not followed in any patient, bringing the feasibility of these guidelines into question.5 Another study in patients with TBI found that patients that remained on hourly neuro checks for an excess of 4 days had greater lengths of stay compared to other patients, and that only two of these patients ultimately required neurosurgical intervention after 48 hours (both for chronic subdural hematomas).6 The first 12 hours after admission for intracranial hemorrhage have been described as the maximum period of neurologic instability with subsequent diminution of yield in neuro checks,7 while a prospective study in a heterogeneous population of neurocritical care patients showed that 63% of neurological deterioration occurred within the first 48 hours, with later deterioration less likely to be actionable and more likely related to delirium.8 Another large-scale study of 8,936 patients found that the duration of hourly neuro checks was shortest for neurosurgery and longest for neurocritical care service lines, and also found that over the course of the year, prolonged hourly neuro checks became less common.9 Most recently, a study of 231 acute ischemic stroke patients over the first 72 hours of admission found that neurological deterioration was only discovered on a scheduled neuro check 45% of the time, while other events were found outside of a scheduled neuro check 26% of the time and not detected at all in 29% of cases.10The controversy over neuro checks and their frequency has real-world implications. There has been increasing awareness regarding the importance of sleep in the critically ill. Negative effects from sleep deprivation can occur after just one night of missed sleep, 11 with potential impacts to all organ systems. Neurologically, patients are at increased risk for seizures, stroke, and dementia, while psychiatric manifestations include delirium, decreased attention, irritability, impaired judgement, and addictive behaviors.12-14 Respiratory effects include weakened inspiratory muscle strength and difficulty weaning from ventilator support, while cardiac effects may result from increased catecholamine activity and sympathetic surge leading to increased heart rate and blood pressure.13,14 Sleep deprivation has also been linked to endocrine disorders and immunosuppression.13,14 To combat the negative sequelae of sleep deprivation, many critical care units have enacted sleep hygiene protocols. However, neurocritical care patients are typically excluded from these protocols due to the concern that they require hourly neurological examinations. With the average sleep cycle lasting approximately 90-100 minutes, hourly neurological examinations inherently cause sleep cycle disturbances and sleep deprivation.11 All of these factors can further confound neurological assessment, making it more difficult to ascertain the true meaning of a change in exam.
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