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Neurosurgery for the Hospitalist

Successful neurosurgery co-management requires hospitalists to be familiar with the presentations, disease processes, management, and complications of neurosurgical inpatients. The first and longest section of this module summarizes common inpatient neurosurgical conditions. The second section prepares the reader to recognize and act on neurosurgical emergencies. The remaining four sections of the module provide more detail on the medical management of neurosurgical conditions. These sections cover blood pressure management in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage, sodium abnormalities in patients with brain tumors, the use of mannitol vs. dexamethasone, and the perioperative management of anticoagulants, in addition to other topics.


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