Critical Care in Neurology
by Kitchener, Hashem, Wahba, Khalaf, Zarif, Mansoor
Publisher: Flying Publisher 2012
Number of pages: 119
The goal of neurointensive care, and the neurointensivist, is to treat and prevent primary and secondary brain (or other nervous system) injury. This book addresses the day-to-day management of patients in neurointensive care units, and in particular the clinical approach to common neurocritical conditions.
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