DETERMINATION OF STROKE REVIEWED WITH THE SIRIRAJ STROKE SCORE (SSS)
Stroke is an acute clinical syndrome, a focal nerve deficit associated with blood vessels (infarction, bleeding) of the central nervous system). Neurological deficits/brain damage in stroke can be permanent and can result in death if stroke treatment is given for more than 3 – 4.5 hours (golden hours). Central Java has a stroke prevalence (permil) based on a doctor's diagnosis in residents >15 years of 11.80%. The type of research used is a case study. This research was conducted by scoring assessments on patients with stroke diagnoses using the Siriraj Stroke Score assessment sheet and continued with intervention interventions. The research instruments used in this study were SSS assessment sheets and assessment of emergency department coverage. This study aims to review the type of stroke in patients using the Siriraj Stroke Score (SSS) assessment. Collecting data in this study using interviews, observation and documentation. After coating the type of stroke using the SSS sheet, it was found that there were the same interpretation results as the CT scan examination.