Emergency Neurology: Principles and Practice / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Cambridge University Press
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 carefrom 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.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.46(w) x 10.98(h) x 1.42(d)|
Table of Contents
Preface; Foreword; Acknowledgments; List of contributors; Part I. Neurological Examination and Neurodiagnostic Testing: 1. The neurological examination Thomas F. Scott; 2. Neuroradiology Andrew L. Goldberg and Thomas J. Fix; 3. Electroencephalography Ivo Drury and Ahmad Beydoun; 4. Lumbar puncture James P. Valeriano and Douglas J. Gelb; 5. Electromyography James W. Albers and John J. Wald; 6. Electronystagmography Neil T. Shepard; 7. Evoked potentials Navin K. Varma; Part II. Common Neurological Presentations: 8. Altered level of consciousness J. Stephen Huff and William J. Brady; 9. Headache Douglas Gelb, Ashok Harwani and William D. Fales; 10. Weakness George A. Small and Lynn Brown; 11. Dizziness Kevin M. Kelly and Steven A. Telian; 12. Seizures Kevin M. Kelly, James P. Valeriano and Jerald A. Solot; 13. Gait disturbance Jon Brillman and Kathleen Cowling; Part III. Specific Neurological Conditions: 14. Central nervous system infections in adults Paul Blackburn, Oliver W. Hayes and Greg Fermann; 15. Viral encephalitis Earl J. Reisdorff; 16. Cerebrovascular disease Michael R. Frankel and Marc Chimowitz; 17. Movement disorders Sid M. Shah and Roger L. Albin; 18. Neuromuscular disorders James W. Albers and John J. Wald; 19. Musculoskeletal and neurogenic pain Robert G. Kaniecki and L. R. Searls; 20. Neuro-ophthalmology Robert G. Kaniecki and L. R. Searls; 21. Multiple sclerosis Thomas F. Scott and Danielle Ray; 22. Dementia Judith L. Heidebrink and Norman L. Foster; 23. Brain tumours and other neuro-oncological emergencies Herbert B. Newton; 24. Neuropsychiatry Craig A. Taylor and Barbara C. Good; 25. Neuroanesthesiology Kevin J. Gingrich; 26. Increased intracranial pressure Amy Blasen and Ron Jakubiak; 27. Idiopathic intracranial hypertension Eric Eggenberger, Sid M. Shah and Marsha D. Rappley; 28. Normal pressure hydrocephalus Henry R. Landsgaard and Oliver W. Hayes; 29. Sleep disorders A. Sinan Baran; Part IV. Neurological Trauma and Environmental Emergencies: 30. Traumatic brain injury Patricia Lanter and Brian Zink; 31. Spinal cord injuries Charles H. Bill II; 32. Peripheral nerve injuries Ario Keyarash and Mark Baratz; 33. Neurological complications of environmental emergencies David Rossi and David Overton; Part V. Pediatric Neurological Emergencies: 34. Hydrocephalus and shunts in children Stephen Guertin; 35. Pediatric infections of the central nervous system Jane L. Turner; 36. Pediatric cerebrovascular disorders Imad Jarjour; 37. Pediatric seizures Rae R. Hanson; 38. Hypotonic infant Marsha D. Rappley and Sid M. Shah; Part VI. Pregnancy-Related Neurological Emergencies: 39. Pregnancy-related neurological emergencies Mary Hughes; Part VII. Neurotoxicology and Brain Resuscitation: 40. Neurotoxicology Mary Beth Miller; 41. Neurotoxicology of alcohol and substances of abuse Scott R. Zittel, Mary Ellen Wermuth, Brent Furbee and Mary Beth Miller; 42. Neurotoxicology of envenomations Janet G. H. Eng, Robert J. Prodinger and David J. Castle; 43. Brain resuscitation W. Lee Warren and James E. Wilberger Jr; Index.