Critical Conversations about Brain Death
By Linda Dhennin, RN, CNS, APRN 

As featured in Currents
Critical care involves an endless series of crucial conversations; among the most difficult is the brain death confirmation/declaration conversation. However, good teamwork and the application of effective systems for communication can ease the burden on both healthcare professionals and families.
POCUS Case: Persistent Eustachian Valves - An Uncommon Nidus for Infective Endocarditis
By Logan Pyle, Vasisht Srinivasan, Kelly Rath, Jordan Bonomo 
As featured in Currents
While uncommon, persistent eustachian valves can be seen on both POCUS and comprehensive echocardiography examinations ...
Share Your Stories of Hope
By Currents Editor
As featured in Currents

To support NCS’s Curing Coma® initiative, we invite you to share your Stories of Hope ...
December 2021 President's Update: Reflecting on 2021
By Panayiotis (Panos) N. Varelas, MD, PhD, FAAN, FNCS
As featured in Currents

Well, we did it! We hosted the first hybrid Annual Meeting in Chicago, with more than 700 in-person attendees and another 600 joining us virtually ...
Currents Is Seeking Contributors
By Currents Editor
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Currents is seeking contributors to grow our neurocritical care content offerings and showcase new perspectives ...