Critical Care Neurology
David Hugh Miller, Eric C. Raps
Butterworth-Heinemann, 1999 - Medical - 398 pages
This is a concise and practical text on the management of patients in neurologic intensive care units. Designed for the non-specialist, this text discusses the specific care of the conditions most commonly requiring intensive care. Patients in the neuro-ICU require close clinical and technical observation and rapid intervention, and this book will help neurologists make informed decisions.
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