Neurosonology in Critical Care (NESCC): Monitoring the Neurological Impact of the Critical Pathology

In the foreface of the book „Neurosonology in Critical Care“, Prof. Dr. Rune Aaslid, the pioneer who first made Transcranial Doppler sonography useable for clinical approach, emphasizes that this book is describing a true multidisciplinary approach using TCD as a tool to improve Neurocritical Care for a broad range of trauma and disease. It is convincingly illustrating a paradigm change in how TCD is used in investigational studies as well as in clinical practice.
It is an academic guide developed and edited by international experts, who have made their exceptional knowledge and extensive experience in the field of Transcranial Doppler Sonography available to a worldwide audience and therefore it is being a very useful resource in daily practice for intensivists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, and other specialists involving in critical care
The content is focusing on the usefulness of neurological monitoring beyond classical acute brain injuries present in the daily intensive care medical practice. It encompasses a wide range of critical pathologies where neurological impact is part of clinical evolution, offering practical approaches for managing, application and interpretation of Neurosonology to assist the physician to making real-time individualized decisions at bedside.
The NESCC course meets the requirements for endorsement by the Society of Neurosonology and Cerebral Hemodynamics (ESNCH).

Book details

Title: Neurosonology in Critical Care
Editors: Camilo N. Rodríguez, Claudio Baracchini, Jorge H. Mejia-Mantilla, Eva Bartels, Jose I Suarez, László Csiba, Corina Puppo, Marek Czosnyka
Publisher : Springer International Publishing, 11/2021
Language : English
Paperback : 1180 pages
ISBN-13 : 9783030814182
Dimensions : 241 x 160 mm

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