Emergency Neurology: Principles and Practice

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Cambridge University Press, Sep 28, 1999 - Medical - 614 pages
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Reflecting the central place of neurological evaluation and management in the daily practice of emergency medicine, this clinician's reference systematically reviews the main interventions in emergency neurology. It addresses all levels of emergency care--from prehospital management to the emergency department to final disposition of the patient. The book is in seven sections, each integrating neurological concepts with the practical realities and demands of emergency care. Coverage extends from the neurological examination and neurodiagnostic testing to common neurological presentations to specific neurological conditions and recent developments in brain resuscitation. The volume also includes contributions that specifically address pediatric neurology and neurological emergencies of pregnancy. Generously illustrated with scans and line diagrams, the book features management algorithms for many conditions, and each chapter ends with a list of "pearls and pitfalls." This resource is a comprehensive survey of best practice for emergency physicians, neurologists, and residents in emergency medicine, neurology, neurosurgery, and critical care.
 

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Contents

Electromyography
57
Altered Level of Consciousness
93
Headache
105
Weakness
122
Dizziness
132
Seizures
154
Gait Disturbance
173
Specific Neurological Conditions
181
Increased Intracranial Pressure
356
Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension
368
Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus
378
Traumatic Brain Injury
391
Spinal Cord Injuries
405
Peripheral Nerve Injuries
429
Neurological Complications of Environmental Emergencies
437
Hydrocephalus and Shunts in Children
455

Viral Encephalitis
202
Cerebrovascular Disease
214
Movement Disorders
232
Neuromuscular Disorders
253
Musculoskeletal and Neurogenic Pain
273
Neuroophthalmology
288
Multiple Sclerosis
303
Dementia
312
Brain Tumors and Other Neurooncological Emergencies
326
Neuropsychiatry
342
Neuroanesthesiology
350
Pediatric Infections of the Central Nervous System
471
Pediatric Cerebrovascular Disorders
478
Pediatric Seizures
492
Hypotonic Infant
503
PregnancyRelated Neurological Emergencies
515
Neurotoxicology
533
Neurotoxicology of Alcohol and Substances of Abuse
546
Neurotoxicology of Envenomations
559
Brain Resuscitation
570
Index
577
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