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Date: 7 May 2019

Quick Concepts are short videos that describe a key physiological or theoretical concept or demonstrate a brief procedure. In this video, Dr. Miya Bernson-Leung explains how to identify the signs and symptoms of a stroke.

 

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Date: 30 April 2019

This chapter of the Rwandan National Neonatal Protocol covers neurology. Dr. Febronie Mushimiyamana discusses treatment, medication, and management of neonatal neurological injury. She focuses on treatments for hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy, seizures, pain management, and appropriate use of

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Patrick Kochanek, Robert Tasker
Date: 19 April 2019

In this video, Dr. Patrick Kochanek, outlines new developments appearing in the 3rd edition of “Guidelines for the Management of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury in Children”. He covers revisions made to level II and level III treatment recommendations, and how they translate across the companion

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Date: 5 April 2019

Quick Concepts are short videos that describe a key physiological or theoretical concept or demonstrate a brief procedure. In this video, Dr. Miya Bernson-Leung explains the causes of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke and the differences between them. 

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Date: 1 August 2018

In this video, Dr. Miya Bernson-Leung discusses pediatric stroke and its signs and symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and occurrence rates. 

Initial publication: August 1, 2018.

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Nina Gold MD
Date: 11 July 2018

Quick Concepts are short videos that describe a key physiological or theoretical concept, or demonstrate a brief procedure. In this video, the viewer will learn to assess three primitive reflexes in a newborn as part of a comprehensive newborn neurologic exam: the Moro reflex, the palmar grasp

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Nadeen Abujaber MD
Date: 27 February 2018

Learn to recognize and manage status epilepticus on the pediatric ward. 

Initial publication: February 27, 2018. 

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Michael O'Brien MD, Danielle Thurston MSN, CPNP, Rebecca Stevens MSN, RN, CPNP
Date: 20 December 2017

In this video, Dr. Michael O'Brien, Danielle Thurston, and Rebecca Stevens discuss the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of concussion.

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Date: 13 December 2017

Quick Concepts are short videos that describe a key physiological or theoretical concept, or demonstrate a brief procedure.

In this video, Dr. David Urion demonstrates how to perform an apnea test, and how it can help contribute to a patient's brain death examination.

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Date: 13 December 2017

Quick Concepts are short videos that describe a key physiological or theoretical concept, or demonstrate a brief procedure.

In this video, Dr. David Urion discusses how to determine whether a patient is in a coma using various physiologic indicators and reflexes.

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Date: 13 December 2017

Quick Concepts are short videos that describe a key physiological or theoretical concept, or demonstrate a brief procedure.

In this video, Dr. Paul Hickey responds to the recent FDA Drug Safety Communication on the potential for neurotoxicity leading to mild brain injury when anesthesia

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Date: 13 December 2017

Quick Concepts are short videos that describe a key physiological or theoretical concept, or demonstrate a brief procedure.

In this video, Dr. David Urion demonstrates how to test a patient's oculovestibular reflex, and how it can help contribute to a patient's brain death examination.

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Date: 12 December 2017

Quick Concepts are short videos that describe a key physiological or theoretical concept, or demonstrate a brief procedure.

In this video, Dr. David Urion demonstrates how to test a patient's pupillary reflex,

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Date: 12 December 2017

Quick Concepts are short videos that describe a key physiological or theoretical concept, or demonstrate a brief procedure.

In this video, Dr. David Urion demonstrates how to test a patient's oculocephalic reflex, and how it can help contribute to a patient's brain death examination.

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Date: 12 December 2017

Quick Concepts are short videos that describe a key physiological or theoretical concept, or demonstrate a brief procedure.

In this video, Dr. David Urion demonstrates how to test a patient's pharyngeal reflex,

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Date: 12 December 2017

Quick Concepts are short videos that describe a key physiological or theoretical concept, or demonstrate a brief procedure.

In this video, Dr. David Urion demonstrates how to test a patient's corneal reflex,

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Date: 28 November 2017

Quick Concepts are short videos that describe a key physiological or theoretical concept, or demonstrate a brief procedure.

In this video, Dr. Sandeep Narang, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine, and Division Head of Child Abuse Pediatrics at

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Date: 18 October 2017

In this video, Dr. Sandeep Narang, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine, and Division head of Child Abuse Pediatrics at Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, discusses medical expert testimony as it relates to legal cases of pediatric abusive head

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Date: 24 August 2017

Quick Concepts are short videos that describe a key physiological or theoretical concept or demonstrate a brief procedure.

In this video, Dr. Lisa DelSignore discusses cerebral autoregulation.

Initial Publication: August 24, 2017.

Content Author:
Charles Berde, Mary Ellen McCann MD, MPH, Lynne Ferrari MD, Laszlo Vutskits MD, PhD, Sulpicio Soriano MD, Charles A. Nelson PhD
Date: 8 May 2017

In this video, Drs. Berde, Vutskits, Soriano, McCann, Nelson and Ferrari discuss the effects of anesthesia neurotoxicity on the developing brain. 

Initial publication: May 8, 2017.

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