Caring for the Long-Term Neuro ICU Patient: A Step Forward

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In a typical day in the neurocritical care unit, you will see a dozen patients: older patients who have suffered strokes, younger patients with traumatic brain injuries or post-operative brain tumor patients of any age.

In some cases, patients will stay in the Neuro ICU for an extended period, and each additional day brings new challenges to the neurosurgeons and neurointensivists charged with their care.

In this special report you’ll learn:

    • How other neurosurgeons view the unique set of challenges of these long-term patients
    • Opportunities to optimize how these patients are managed

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    Caring for the Long-Term Neuro ICU Patient: A Step Forward

    Read the Special Report Now

    In a typical day in the neurocritical care unit, you will see a dozen patients: older patients who have suffered strokes, younger patients with traumatic brain injuries or post-operative brain tumor patients of any age.

    In some cases, patients will stay in the Neuro ICU for an extended period, and each additional day brings new challenges to the neurosurgeons and neurointensivists charged with their care.

    In this special report you’ll learn:

      • How other neurosurgeons view the unique set of challenges of these long-term patients
      • Opportunities to optimize how these patients are managed

    Please fill out the below form to access this premium content:


      By submitting this form, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

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