Intracranial Surgery, Immediate Postoperative Care

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First Things First (assess & treat For The Following)

  • Principles discussed in this section are general recommendations for a variety of intracranial procedures. Care should be tailored for individual procedures and patients.
  • Establish an early communication with the neurosurgeon, anesthesiologist, and radiologist.
  • General care plan as well as specific goals should be formulated after discussing patient characteristics, nature of the disease process, as well as intraoperative course.

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First Things First (assess & treat For The Following)

  • Principles discussed in this section are general recommendations for a variety of intracranial procedures. Care should be tailored for individual procedures and patients.
  • Establish an early communication with the neurosurgeon, anesthesiologist, and radiologist.
  • General care plan as well as specific goals should be formulated after discussing patient characteristics, nature of the disease process, as well as intraoperative course.

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Last updated: May 18, 2010