Which of the following pharmacological management is inappropriate regarding medical management of a client with CVA? Which of the following pharmacological management is inappropriate regarding medical management of a client with CVA? mcq  given below:


Q. Which of the following pharmacological management is inappropriate regarding medical management of a client with CVA?

(a) Osmotic diuretics are given to decrease cerebral edema
(b)  aspirin is used in the a acute management of completed stroke
(c)  corticosteroids are given to decrease cerebral edema
(d) thrombolytics are most useful within 3 hours of an occlusive CVA 

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