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Phenytoin and Levetiracetam: EcLIPSE and ConSEPT trials

There has been a longstanding discussion over which is the best second-line agent to use in paediatric seizures...

The Patient with Diplopia

A 58 yo male presents to the emergency department with an 8 hour history of diplopia. He has...

A new DAWN for stroke treatment

Last week we looked at a case study involving a patient who awoke with stroke symptoms. In these...

MCA Stroke management. It’s time for a rethink

Dealing with acute major vessel occlusion stroke in a peripheral hospital setting is not what it used to...

Neuro Exam Pearls: Upper limb

I don't know about you, but I've always wanted to be able to perform a neurological exam and...

Headache and a near miss case of Temporal Arteritis

Temporal Arteritis also known as Giant Cell Arteritis, affects the medium and large arteries and is a vasculopathy....

BP Control in Intracerebral Bleeds

A/Prof Peter Kas looks at the topic, of how tightly we must control the blood pressure intracranial bleeds.

Not SAH: Are We Done?

A/Prof Peter Kas looks at the patient who has presented with sudden onset of headache and you have...

Status Epilepticus: Get the Ketamine

A/Prof Peter Kas looks at the status and refractory as well as super refractory status epilepticus. He covers...
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