Stage 3 Neuroanaesthesia / Advanced Neurocritical Care
Last modified on April 1st, 2022
15.9.2 (E) – analyses the risks and benefits of available anaesthetic techniques for differing neuroscience procedures including TIVA, processed EEG, neurophysiological monitoring, awake testing and the implications of patient positioning.
HiLLO 12: Doctors specialising in Intensive Care Medicine understand the special needs of, and are competent to manage patients with neurological diseases, both medical and those requiring surgery, which will include the management of raised intracranial pressure, central nervous system infections and neuromuscular disorders.
Non invasive neuromonitoring, ESICM
Adult patients with refractory convulsive status epilepticus must be admitted to critical care and have EEG monitoring established; the primary endpoint of treatment being the suppression of epileptic activity on EEG.
Brain oxygen tension monitoring; 10 years of experience in Edinburgh – session in May NACCS meeting May 10th , Birmingham
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