Neurology

Stroke

Thrombolysis

Clot retrieval

NIH Stroke Score 

WA thrombolysis protocol

Subarachnoid Haemorrhage

Life in the fast lane 

Perry study

Analysis of perry study wikiem

Ottawa sah rules

Classification

  • Hunt and Hess (1968)
    • I – asymptomatic or mild headache
    • II – moderate-severe headache, meningism and no weakness
    • III – mild alteration in mental status
    • IV – depressed LOC and/or hemiparesis
    • V – posturing or comatose

Lumbar puncture

  • Perry 2015 – Differentiation between traumatic tap and aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage: prospective cohort study

Headache

EM UPDATES

EM Cases 

Headache categories

VERTIGO/DIZZINESS

EM Cases – excellent lecture Stuart Swadron

Article by Dr Swadron (EM Monthly)

EMCRIT – Posterior stroke

A practical approach to acute vertigo – Practical Neurology

Causes of vertigo Tintanelli - Differentiating Peripheral from Central Vertigo

LUMBAR PUNCTURE

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