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   Books / eBook : The Flying Publisher Guide to Critical Care in Neurology
The Flying Publisher Guide to Critical Care in Neurology

The Flying Publisher Guide to Critical Care in Neurology by Nabil Kitchener
English | Jan. 2, 2012 | ISBN: 3942687070 | 119 Pages | PDF | 1 MB
The number of dedicated neurointensive care units is growing greatly and, now more than ever, physicians need to learn how to take care of neurocritical patients. Critical Care in Neurology addresses the day-to-day management of patients in neurointensive care units, and in particular the clinical approach to common neurocritical conditions.

The number of dedicated neurointensive care units is growing greatly and, now more than ever, physicians need to learn how to take care of neurocritical patients. Critical Care in Neurology addresses the day-to-day management of patients in neurointensive care units, and in particular the clinical approach to common neurocritical conditions.
Neurointensive care is a relatively new field that has developedas a subspecialty of critical care and neurology. The goal ofneurointensive care, and the neurointensivist, is to treat andprevent primary and secondary brain (or other nervous system)injury. Inherent in this goal are the monitoring tools unique tothe neurointensive care unit, including the most basic butperhaps the most important tool, the neurologic examination. Inthe era of the subspecialty of critical care neurology, theneurologist is working now as an aggressive interventionalistwho manages life-threatening disorders of the nervous system.The neurointensivist's role is to help follow the neurologic statusand treat the patient while integrating his/her knowledge ofother organ systems and expertise in critical care, to provide themost comprehensive care possible for the patient.

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