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Principes et protocoles en neuro-anesthésie-réanimation

Principes et protocoles en neuro-anesthésie-réanimation

Clément Gakuba, Franck Verdonk

2020
Collection : Collection Verte
Publishor : ARNETTE
Co-Publishor : Préfacé par Gérard Audibert
448 pages
Published in : French
Speciality : Anesthesiology - reanimation   Neurosurgery  
Format : 13 x 18 cm

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ISBN : 978-2-7184-1514-7
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The guide to basic necessities to optimize the management of neurotic patients

Neurological impairment is the most common failure on admission to the emergency department or in resuscitation. Over the last ten years, the considerable development of neurosciences has made it possible to improve the management of patients with neurodermatitis, but makes it essential, particularly for primary and secondary care providers working outside specialised centres, to acquire solid knowledge. Indeed, it is on this first aid that most of the neurological prognosis of patients depends.

The aim of this book is to provide practitioners with the knowledge base and protocols necessary for the management of neuroinjured patients. It is presented in the form of summary sheets that enable practitioners to quickly ascertain the course of action to be taken, while still having access to the fundamentals. The reader will thus find all the key elements of optimised medical management in a single practical book.

The authors have endeavoured to bring together in a concise manner and make accessible all the expertise of neuro-anaesthetist-animators, neurosurgeons, neuroradiologists and neurologists. They have therefore designed a pocket reference system composed of about a hundred forms adapted to a range of clinical situations (in neurology, anaesthesia, resuscitation and paediatrics) in order to allow direct and concrete application of the protocols, whatever the structure concerned.

As the first practical guide to offer a summary of data and protocols in neuro-anaesthesia and resuscitation, it will be of primary importance for care providers, whether they are in practice or in training.

 

Authors
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▪ Dr Clement GAKUBA
Resuscitation-Anesthesia Unit, Côte de Nacre University Hospital, CaenINSERM 1237, Pathophysiology and Imaging of Neurological Diseases, Caen
▪ Dr Franck VERDONK
Anesthesia-Resuscitation Department, Lariboisière Hospital, AP-HP ParisHuman pathology and animal models, Pasteur Institute, Paris

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