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Neurocritical Care


Title Abbreviation
Neurocrit Care
ISSN
1541-6933
Electronic ISSN
1556-0961
Readership
Anesthesiologists, Critical Care Nurses, Critical Care Physicians, Emergency Nurses, Emergency Physicians, Neurologists
Scope
Neurocritical Care is a peer reviewed scientific publication whose major goal is to disseminate new knowledge on all aspects of acute neurological care. It is directed towards neurosurgeons, neuro-intensivists, neurologists, anesthesiologists, emergency physicians, and critical care nurses treating patients with urgent neurologic disorders. These are conditions that may potentially evolve rapidly and could need immediate medical or surgical intervention. Neurocritical Care provides a comprehensive overview of current developments in intensive care neurology, neurosurgery and neuroanesthesia and includes information about new therapeutic avenues and technological innovations. Neurocritical Care is the official journal of the Neurocritical Care Society.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Neurocritical Care Society (NCS)
Publisher Name
Springer Nature
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