Critical Care in Neurology: A Review of Literature
Intensive care takes care of very severe, mostly acutely ill people. Such patients are best treated in intensive care units with experienced staff and appropriate facilities. Some hospitals have special units for specific patients, e.g., cardiac, surgical, neurological, pediatric, neonatal. This paper discusses intensive care in neurology. The aim of this paper is to briefly describe the issues that medical professionals in the field of intensive care face on a daily basis. Regardless of the health status of patients, medical professionals from the intensive care unit of any hospital in the world must make great efforts to provide them with quality medical care.
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