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Central Pain Syndrome, 3rd fully revised and updated ed. by This book sheds new light on central pain, a field that is largely obscured by lack of knowledge among pain professionals at all levels, including high-end pain centers. As a matter of fact, central pain, classified as a form of neuropathic pain, remains too often a scourge for those affected due to the ignorance of pain therapists worldwide and enduring misconceptions at the academic level. By weighing up the relevant evidence, the authors aim to remedy the situation by providing clear-cut, no-nonsense, unbiased and directly applicable clinical information.
Publication Date: 2018
Emergencies in Anaesthesia, 3e by The third edition of Emergencies in Anaesthesia is a practical, accessible guide to all emergency situations encountered during, and immediately following, anaesthesia. Re-structured to follow the ABCDE emergency approach, this handbook guides the clinician through what to do and when, in a format that can be used rapidly.
Publication Date: 2020-11-17
Neurocritical care by This book discusses the factors that affect outcomes in patients requiring various types of neurocritical care.
Neurocritical care was originally developed to manage patients with traumatic brain injury or stroke. Today, neurocritical care involves patients with a wide variety conditions, including not only brain injury, cerebrovascular disease and brain tumors but also post cardiac arrest syndrome, metabolic disorders, sepsis-related encephalopathy, degenerative diseases, and electrolyte abnormalities. Recently, there has been a focus on improving the outcomes and patients’ quality of life.
Covering the latest topics in the field, and written by specialists such as neurosurgeons, anesthesiologists and neurologists, the book provides an update on therapeutic / management strategies for disorders requiring neurocritical care for emergency physicians, intensivists and critical care physicians.
Publication Date: 2019
Rau TR, Plaschke K, Weigand MA, Maier C, Schramm C. Automatic detection of venous air embolism using transesophageal echocardiography in patients undergoing neurological surgery in the semi-sitting position: a pilot study. J Clin Monit Comput. 2020 Aug 18. doi: 10.1007/s10877-020-00568-x.
Mishra RK, Pandia MP, Kumar S, Singh GP, Kalaivani M. The effect of anaesthetic exposure in presurgical period on delayed cerebral ischaemia and neurological outcome in patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage undergoing clipping of aneurysm: A retrospective analysis. Indian J Anaesth. 2020 Jun;64(6):495-500. doi: 10.4103/ija.IJA_958_19.
Lionel KR, Moorthy RK, Singh G, Mariappan R. Anaesthetic management of craniosynostosis repair - A retrospective study. Indian J Anaesth. 2020 May;64(5):422-425. doi: 10.4103/ija.IJA_823_19.
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2020 Neuroanaesthesia SIG webinar - COVID19
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