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The 47th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery , will be held in Birmingham, 2019!
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ISPNeurosurgery 12h
💡 reports research that may lead to a new drug to inhibit neonatal seizures, targeting activity of channels controlling flow of chloride ions. Join to hear more current developments in >
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ISPNeurosurgery Jul 15
View our video about this year in Birmingham, UK, focusing on surgery; hernia; ; Get your registration in before August 29 to qualify for the EARLY BIRD discount >>
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ISPNeurosurgery Jul 11
Ranking by of top 50 US Pediatric hospitals for neurosurgery survival rates, treatment outcomes & availability of services. Many of the specialists from these hospitals will be at ! Register before August 29 >>
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ISPNeurosurgery Jul 10
Share the great story of how Dr. Conor Malluci, a speaker at , has been featured on a popular BBC2 Hospital episode covering a life-saving brain tumor operation. REGISTER soon:
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ISPNeurosurgery Jul 8
A truly ground-breaking development in care.
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J Neurosurgery Jul 5
: We need more low cost, practical solutions in global neurosurgery. In this article, authors incorporate 3D printed models into skill-based subspecialty pediatric neurosurgery training in a low-resourced health system.
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ISPNeurosurgery Jul 8
Join us at the Nursing Symposium on October 21. Topics will include: nursing care; ; ; nursing in the developing world; . Register today >>
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ISPNeurosurgery Jul 5
This year at , we welcome Dr. Dominic Thompson and Dr. Luca Massimi who will focus on & . You will gain deep knowledge and insight from their session. Register soon to get the Early Bird discounts >>
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John J. Millichap MD Jul 3
When the brain hurts the heart: status epilepticus inducing tako-tsubo cardiomyopathy.
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NTSP_UK Jul 2
Anyone can have a tracheostomy at any age. have created videos for staff, patients and relatives to help improve the safety for those with artificial airways. Check out our Paediatric videos at
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Karin Stenberg Jul 2
How can we measure timely physical access to health care? Check out our paper on standardized indicators for geographical access in BMJ Global Health
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Intens Care Med Jul 3
This systematic review and individual patient meta-analysis found improved short-term survival for critically ill cancer patients over the last decades - except for patients receiving RRT. Full text available at
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ISPNeurosurgery Jul 3
. reports that specialists at performed 1st in-utero repair of causing spina bifida. This year World Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Day follows right after . Register >>
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P Ramnarayan Jul 1
Should critically ill adolescents be cared for on adult ICUs or PICUs? Staff interviews: decision should be individualised, not based on (arbitrary) age cut-off. Great publication from Dora Wood and others.
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Acta Neurochirurgica Jul 2
: Cranial dural shunts: selection of the ideal lesion for surgical according to the classification system from 🇨🇭
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ISPNeurosurgery Jul 3
Great addition to knowledgebase!
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Nicolas Monteverde Jul 2
With the intention of creating a space for parents, does your hospital have a space where parents can live or stay while their children stay in the unit? What kind of features do these spaces have, or should they have? What would be your main suggestions?
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Wiebe ILAE Jun 29
The energy was palpable at the launch of the Global Report on : A Public Health Imperative. The historic document created jointly by , and We have a new tool to advance the cause of
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J Neurosurgery Jun 30
: Development and evaluation of a patient-specific surgical simulator for endoscopic colloid cyst resection
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BPS Research Digest Jul 1
The “Recency Effect” Is Especially Pronounced In Children – An Important Finding For Researchers And Parents: New guest post from covering research in
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