A Must-Have for Neurosurgery!
Made by a Neurosurgery resident, for Neurosurgeons!
The Neurosurgery Survival Guide ( NSG ) is quick reference, high-yield guide that encompasses that massive breadth of knowledge and information necessary to care for neurosurgical patients. This is the ideal reference for all neurosurgical residents, interns, medical students and all other mid-level practitioners that will encounter and care for neurosurgical patients (Nurse practitioners NP, and Physician Assistants PA). Ideal for all people working the Neurointensive care units. There is a large section for common neurological conditions and is extremely useful for the neurology rotations.
There are now over 100 unique topics covered in this guide. Any new content is updated continuously and free of charge each time the application is opened, thereby keeping all material up-to-date with the latest in practice recommendations.
This guide has everything from the Complete Neurologic exam, rapid reference to many protocols, a 'what-to-do' guide when encountering many of the common neurosurgical conditions', all aspects of Neurocritical care, common neurosurgical procedures, a pediatric section and trauma. There is even a section for learning which includes high-yield neuroanatomy, cavernous sinus anatomy, spinal cord, functional neurosurgery, and neuroimaging.
An ‘In the OR’ which covers several topics such as getting an OR case started, covers positioning and pinning. In addition, there are step by step guides for many of the common neurosurgical procedures, with many more to come.
Includes dozens of unique high-quality graphics and illustrations done professionally.
This is the definitive neurosurgery rapid reference for Android. Everything you need to know when caring for Neurosurgical patients. A ‘Must-have’ on your neurosurgery rotation.
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This update is a major update for several (30+) new sections, illustrations and minor UI changes. The front screen now shows a loading screen, versus the previous black-screen-of-death while loading.
Thank you to everyone who submitted suggestions for the app, new sections will keep coming!