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The NeuroICU Board Review, 2e

ISBN: 9781264853984
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2024/11

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With 700+ practice questions, this comprehensive guide delivers the information, insights, and practice you need to pass your certification with flying colors

With serious brain issues that lead to breathing problems, heart problems, kidney problems, and more, patients in the neuro ICU are the sickest of the sick. From strokes to brain tumors to liver disease to cardiac arrest, The Neuro ICU Study Companion, Second Edition provides everything you need to build expertise in all areas of treatment and ace the certification requirements.

Packed with 250 illustrations and 700+ questions and answers with detailed answer explanations and accompanying images, illustrations, tables, and references, this unmatched resource offer complete coverage of every topic found on the neurocritical care board exam. With carefully selected questions mirroring the neurocritical care board exam in quality, difficulty, and content, it provides realistic case vignettes show how to apply principles to real-world clinical situations, along with new chapter-ending summaries detailing essential facts, figures and data. 

The Neuro ICU Study Companion, Second Edition covers everything you need to know, including:

•  Stroke and neurocritical care, including ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke, subarachnoid hemorrhage, neurotrauma, epilepsy, neuromuscular diseases, and brain death

•  Neurosurgical management, including vascular neurosurgery, brain tumors and hydrocephalus, and neurosurgical emergencies

•  Medical critical care, including pulmonary diseases, gastroenterology and liver diseases, and infectious, endocrine and renal diseases

•  Surgical critical care, including intrathoracic pathology, pulmonary mechanics, effects of critical illness in the SICU, and cardiovascular pathology

•  Cardiac critical care

•  Ethics and professionalism, and more