January 15, 2017

Nursing Tip of the Day! - Medical Surgical Nursing

Category: Medical Surgical Nursing 
Generally, the symptoms of a transient ischemic attack last only a few seconds to minutes but may continue up to 24 hours. Emboli to the retinal artery cause unilateral blindness, which, when transient, is termed “amaurosis fugax.”

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