Neurological Emergencies

Similar to medical emergencies, neurological emergencies can have catastrophic results. It is typically understood to be a condition that poses a threat to life or in which, if left untreated, a patient will have a poor functional recovery. Since they need quick assessment and care, they pose a special difficulty in the intensive care unit.

Some of the common neurological emergencies are:

  • Sudden onset severe headache
  • Stroke
  • Guillain-barre syndrome

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