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The least I should read

Anesthetic agents

Neuroprotection

Carotids

Aneurysms

Avms

TUMors

Awake craniotomy

Trauma/emergencies

Pediatric neuroanesthesia

monitoring

General management issues

FUNCTIONAL neurosurgery

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Manninen, H: The effect of high-dose mannitol on serum and urine electrolytes and
osmolality in neurosurgical patients.

Fischer, S: Preoperative Evaluation of the Adult Neurosurgical Patient.

Munis, J: NeuroAnesthesia Notes: Air Embolism Mechanisms.

Schubert, A: Side Effects of Mild Hypothermia.






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Anesthetic agents

Baker, KZ: Desflurane and Sevoflurane are Valuable Additions to the Practice of
Neuroanesthesiology: Pro.

Matta, BF and Duffy, CM: Sevoflurane and Anesthesia for Neurosurgery: A Review.

Tempelhoff, R: The New lnhalational Anesthetics Desflurane and Sevoflurane are Valuable
Additions to the Practice of Neuroanesthesia: Con.

Samra, SK: Place of Nitrous Oxide in Neuroanesthesia: Still a Valuable Drug.

Lam, AM and Mayberg, TS: Use of Nitrous Oxide in Neuroanesthesia: Why Bother?

Messick, JM: Correlation of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow (rCBF) with EEG Changes
during Isoflurane Anesthesia for Carotid Endarterectomy: Critical rCBF.

Alkire, MT: Positron Emissions Tomography Study of Regional Cerebral Metabolism in
Humans during Isoflurane Anesthesia.

Todd, MM: A Prospective, Comparative Trial of 3 Anesthetics for Elective Supratentorial
Craniotomy Propofol/Fentanyl, Isoflurane/Nitrous Oxide, and Fentanyl/Nitrous Oxide.

Modica, PA: Pro- and anti-convulsant effects of anesthetics: Part 1.

Modica, PA: Pro- and anti-convulsant effects of anesthetics: Part 2








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Neuroprotection

Baughman, VL: Brain protection during neurosurgery.

Drummond, JC, Moore, SS: The influence of Dextrose Administration on Neurologic Outcome
after Temporary Spinal Cord Ischemia in the Rabbit.

Seisjo, BK: Pathophysiology and treatment of focal cerebral ischemia. Part I: Pathophysiology.

Seisjo, BK: Pathophysiology and treatment of focal cerebral ischemia Part II: Mechanisms of
damage and treatment.

Todd, MC: Mild Intraoperative Hypothermia during Surgery for Intracranial Aneurysm (IHAST)








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Carotids

Urbinati, S: Frequency and Prognostic Significance of Silent Coronary Artery Disease in
Patients with Cerebral lschemia Undergoing Carotid Endarterectomy.

Papavasiliou, AK: Clinical outcomes after carotid endarterectomy: comparison of the use of
regional and general anesthetics.

Rijbroek, A: Asymptomatic Carotid Artery Stenosis: Past, Present and Future.

Stoneham, MD: Prospective, randomized comparison of deep or superficial block for CEA.








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Aneurysms

Lanzino, G: Electrocardiographic Abnormalities After Nontraumatic Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

Barrett, KM and Brott,TG: Carotid Artery Stenting Versus Carotid Endarterectomy: Current Status.

Origitano, TC: Current options in clipping v. coiling of intracranial aneurysms:
to clip, to coil, to wait and watch.






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Avms

Al-Rodhan, NF: Occlusive hyperemia: a theory for the hemodynamic complications
following resection of intracerebral arteriovenous malformations.


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TUMors

Goldsmith, B: Meningioma.











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Awake craniotomy

Pinosky, ML: The Effect of Bupivacaine Skull Block on the Hemodynamic Response to Craniotomy.






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Trauma and emergencies

Robertson, CS: Management of Cerebral Perfusion Pressure after Traumatic Brain Injury.

Suarez, JI: Hypertonic saline for cerebral edema and elevated intracranial pressure.




Kipps, CM: Movement Disorder Emergencies.

Ellegala, DB: Ruptured Cerebral Aneurysms.




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Pediatric neuroanesthesia

Soriano, SG: Pediatric neuroanesthesia.


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monitoring

Lotto, ML: Effects of Anesthetic Agents and Physiologic Changes on lntraoperative Motor Evoked
Potentials.

Banoub, M: Pharmacologic and Physiologic Influences Affecting Sensory Evoked Potentials:
Implications for Perioperative Monitoring.

Stone, DJ: Physiology and Monitoring of Intravascular Volume Status in the Neurosurgical
Patient.

Manninen, PH: Intraoperative Localization of an Epileptogenic Focus with Alfentanil and Fentanyl.

Matjisko, MJ: Venous Air Embolism, Hypotension, and End-Tidal Nitrogen.

Sloan, MA: Prevention of ischemic neurologic injury with intraoperative monitoring of selected
cardiovascular and cerebrovascular procedures: Roles of EEG, SEP, transcranial doppler,
and near-infrared spectroscopy.

Pittman, JAL: Arterial and Central Venous Pressure Monitoring.

Mcilvoy, L: Comparison of brain temperature to core temperature: a review of the literature.

Macmillan, CSA: Cerebrovenous oxygen saturation monitoring: Practical considerations
and clinical relevance.

Sloan, TB: Monitoring the brain and spinal cord.

Schubert, A: Precordial Doppler Probe Placement for Optimal Detection of Venous Air
Embolism During Craniotomy.






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General management issues

Tommasino, C: Fluids and the neurosurgical patient.

Culley, MD: Hetastarch Coagulopathy in a Neurosurgical Patient.

Bruder, N and Ravussin, TP: Recovery from Anesthesia and Postoperative Extubation
of Neurosurgical Patients: A Review.

Smith, CSG: Parachute use to prevent death and major trauma related to gravitational challenge:
systematic review of randomised controlled trials.

Neurology Pocket Syllabus

Heier, T: Impact of Hypothermia on the Response to Neuromuscular Blocking Drugs











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FUNCTIONAL NEUROSURGERY

Garcia, L: High-frequency stimulation in Parkinsons Disease: More or Less?

Jannetta, PJ: Technique of microvascular decompression
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