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Neurological emergencies

Neurological emergencies

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Published by BMJ in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Central nervous system -- Diseases.,
  • Medical emergencies.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Richard A C Hughes.
    ContributionsHughes, R. A. C.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC346 .N385 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 358 p. :
    Number of Pages358
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20342991M
    ISBN 10072791104X

    Table of Contents. The diagnosis and treatment ofstroke is fully covered. Joshua N. Her areas of expertise include stroke and traumatic brain injury, and her lab has enjoyed continuous extramural funding for the last 15 years, from the US Department of Defense, NIH, and private foundations. Ganti has won numerous national teaching and leadership awards from the Mayo Clinic, the American Medical Association, and the American College of Emergency Physicians.

    The diagnosis and treatment ofstroke is fully covered. An in-depth account of the difference between haemorrhage and infarction is provided. This chapter attempts to review the basic anatomical concepts necessary to evaluate the historical and physical findings most often seen with acute neurological problems. With support from NIH, industry, and nonprofit sources, his team performs clinical trials in diseases such as stroke, intracerebral hemorrhage, and emergency anticoagulation reversal. Mayo Clinic Florida Description: This quick-reference guide for commonly encountered neurological emergencies uses an outline format to present a stepwise approach to evaluating, stabilizing, and treating critically ill patients.

    He has published over original peer-reviewed research articles as well as numerous chapters and reviews, and runs a popular annual CME course focused on the evaluation and management of neurologic emergencies. Description Neurological Emergencies presents a comprehensive guide on the initial assessment and early treatment of patients with neurological emergencies. The evaluation of headache is a common task for any physician working in the acute care setting. Most books on neurologic emergencies focus on treatment of a disease after it is diagnosed such as stroke, subarachnoid hemorrhage, or meningitis. This book is written by clinicians with a clear understanding of the needs of non-neurologists in the front lines of medicine.


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Neurological emergencies book

The text is clearly not intended to be exhaustive, but if more detailed information is required this can always be found from the references.

Goldstein has lectured nationally and internationally on neurological emergencies, and has received awards from the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine and the Neurocritical Care Society.

It is compact and easy to carry for visits to the intensive care unit and accident and emergency department. Little and Thomas R. He has published over original peer-reviewed research articles as well as numerous chapters and reviews, and runs a popular annual CME course focused on the evaluation and management of neurologic emergencies.

Ganti is also the founding Editor in Chief for the International Journal of Emergency Medicine, and has authored over 20 books and research manuscripts. Very helpful summary tables and algorithms support the very well written text in this chapter. This eBook is no longer available for sale.

The authors include a very comprehensive chapter, highly illustrated, on the evaluation of headache. There are but a few books that focus on how to evaluate the patient with a neurologic symptom, before the diagnosis is made. The diagnosis and treatment ofstroke is fully covered.

Neurological Emergencies

An Introduction to Essential Tremor 4. The management of neurological emergencies has been a major challenge in the past, and Neurological emergencies book, early and aggressive approaches are generally recommended.

While not a bedside handbook, it is easy to read, well laid out, and would be a great resource for anyone who cares for patients in the emergency setting. The authors provide tables with important historical facts to elicit during the evaluation.

This is the area that frontline providers, including emergency physicians, family physicians, primary care physicians, hospitalists, urgent care physicians, and midlevel providers struggle with.

It discusses the diagnosis, emergency investigations, and handling of coma patients. The evaluation of headache is a common task for any physician working in the acute care setting. The main emphasis is placed on the following common psychogenic symptoms: numbness, weakness, disorders of consciousness, pseudoseizures and visual complaints.

An appendix of neuromuscular anatomy is included for a refresher when localizing a peripheral process is needed, which is ideal for those not immersed in a neuromuscular practice.

This is the area that frontline providers, including emergency physicians, family physicians, primary care physicians, hospitalists, urgent care physicians, and midlevel providers struggle with.

It addresses the management of focal supratentorial lesion. The text is extensively referenced throughout. It is meant to provide quick answers when time is in short supply. This chapter attempts to review the basic anatomical concepts necessary to evaluate the historical and physical findings most often seen with acute neurological problems.

It was written bearing in mind the needs of first-contact physicians, who may be neurology trainees, neurology consultants, or interns. Its greatest use lies in the fact that it can be used not only as a reference tool for the practising neurologist, but also as a teaching resource for general physicians, casualty officers, and even medical students.

In addition to being a Fulbright scholar, Dr. The evaluation of patients with presumed psychogenic neurological symptoms presents a great challenge to the skills of any physician.Neurological Emergencies A Practical Approach This comprehensive and up-to-date book covers the common emergencies in neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry.

Chapters examine a variety of neurological emergencies, and offer pragmatic approaches to treatment and management. High-quality tables, figures, and algorithms supplement expertly written text, and provide readers with clear, rapid. Additionally, the book includes discussions on less common conditions, and incorporates specific methods for treating specific populations, such as pregnant women and transplant patients.

Neurological Emergencies: A Practical Approach is a go-to reference for all medical professions working in emergency treatment settings, and will increase.

May 01,  · This is the second edition of Neurologic Emergencies: A Symptom‐Oriented Approach. It is a truly practical guide that explains what to do in neurological emergencies.

The four North American authors use a symptom‐based approach to teach the reader a logical approach to the rapid investigation and treatment of common neurological atlasbowling.com: Savvas Hadjikoutis. Start studying EMT Chapter 15 Neurological Emergencies.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Neurological Emergencies presents a comprehensive guide on the initial assessment and early treatment of patients with neurological emergencies. It discusses the diagnosis, emergency investigations, and handling of coma patients.

It addresses the management of focal supratentorial atlasbowling.com: Elsevier Science. Neurological Emergencies in Clinical Practice has a wide appeal and relevance to disciplines including neurology, emergency medicine,critical care medicine,internal medicine and family medicine.

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