Jessica Gebhardt was 31-years-old in May 2014 when she was the driver in a motor vehicle accident (car versus tree) resulting in polytrauma. Her Glasgow Coma Scale grade was six upon EMS arrival at the …Read More
A red flag is a detail in a patient’s story, a finding on physical exam, or a test result suggesting a serious condition worthy of unusual attention. From the early days of medical school, we …Read More
In a previous Patient Safety feature, we highlighted the importance of teamwork to promote patient safety. Continuing this important theme, we present the first part of this two-part article on the primacy of the provider-to-provider …Read More
A senior resident of mine used to comment that after surgery, patients are either, “coming along, holding their own or zero delta.” This tongue-in-cheek formulation may be useful, simplified shorthand for residents on a busy …Read More
There are about 9,500 air miles between Seattle and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. If you are lucky to find a direct flight, you will be in the air more than 18 hours. About the same …Read More
Think for a moment about the remarkably complex and diverse circumstances in which we neurosurgeons interact with, treat, care for and advocate for our patients. Indeed, this remarkable set of relationships defines what we are …Read More
NeuroSafe 2019 Symposium
Aug. 8-9, 2019; Minneapolis
SNSA Congress 2019
Aug. 8-11, 2019; Cape Town, South Africa
2019 Managing Coding and Reimbursement Challenges
Aug. 22-24, 2019; Rosemont, Ill.
2019 From Cranial to Spine: An Overview of Neurosurgical Topics for the Advanced Practice Provider
Aug. 28-31, 2019; Orlando, Fla.
Sept. 8-11, 2019; Leuven, Belgium