Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA) and Mild Non-Disabling Stroke (MNDS) TRIAGE Toolkit for Northwestern Ontario
The Northwestern Ontario Regional Stroke Network has aligned the triage of patients with possible Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA) and Mild Non-Disabling Stroke (MNDS) with the 2014 Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations. A new referral form and algorithm was developed to reflect these changes. This algorithm is designed to guide the community Primary Care Provider and Emergency Department physician to determine stroke risk and a plan of action, based on presenting symptoms and time of occurrence. Our goal is to ensure that patients receive the right care at the right time in the right place. In addition, there is a research component that will evaluate the efficacy and efficiency of the new TIA/MNDS Triage Toolkit in Northwestern Ontario.
To refer patients to the Stroke Prevention Clinic at TBRHSC, download and print the TBRHSC Stroke Prevention Clinic Patient Referral. Fax to 807-684-5883. Please follow the NWO TIA AND MNDS TRIAGE Algorithm on the back of the Patient Referral
NEW Emergency Departments/Nursing Stations:</br/>For the Stroke Prevention Clinic referral form, Click link CS-370-Stroke Prevention Clinic Patient Referral – November 2022
Please follow the Acute Stroke Protocol Emergency Department Algorithm specific to the hospital or nursing station for guidance.
The TIA and MNDS Triage Toolkit components can each be separately downloaded and printed.
|CS-370-Stroke Prevention Clinic Patient Referral – November 2022|
|Supplemental Resource for Patient Referral|
|Stroke Prevention Clinic Information for Patients & Family Brochure|