This book serves as a definitive resource for a host of emergency medical services personnel, concisely addressing the topic of neurologic emergencies. Using a straightforward approach, this text provides focused answers and treatment recommendations in difficult and time pressured circumstances.
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Prehospital Care of Neurologic Emergencies is a reliable and definitive resource for emergency medical services personnel at multiple levels; physicians, paramedics, nurses and others who encounter these critically ill patients. This focused and succinct book addresses the management of a wide range of neurologic emergencies, including traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, strokes, and seizures. In these emergencies time is critical, and the simply presented, straightforward format of the patient care and management recommendations help readers to treat patients rapidly and confidently. Each chapter follows a standard format that includes an overview of each neurologic emergency, important background, key challenges, and areas requiring future investigation. This book is unlikely to be placed on your bookshelf; instead, you will keep it nearby for times when you face life-threatening neurologic emergencies. When seconds count, this book has the answers.Über den Autor:
Todd Crocco, MD is a Professor and Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, WV, USA.
Michael Sayre, MD is Professor, Division of Emergency Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA.
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