Neurocritical Care Status in Nigeria
By Halima M. Salisu-Kabara, Shuaibu Dambatta, Dalhat Salahu, Abdullahi S. Ibrahim, and Folakemi Olufunbi Olufemi-Iseyemi 

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Neurological disorders account for more than 20% of the worldwide disease burden with Africa hosting the greater majority of people affected. Even more worrisome is the dearth of neurologists in the continent. The situation in Nigeria, the most populous black nation, is not different.
The Business of Neurocritical Care: How Your Documentation Impacts Your Hospital
By Ryan Hakimi 
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When providers are asked to admit patients to the NeuroICU, their initial efforts are focused on stabilization of the patient ...
Share Your Stories of Hope
By Currents Editor
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To support NCS’s Curing Coma® initiative, we invite you to share your Stories of Hope ...
Noncontrast Computed Tomography vs Computed Tomography Perfusion or Magnetic Resonance Imaging Selection in Late Presentation of Stroke With Large-Vessel Occlusion
By Nguyen, Thanh N.; Abdalkader, Mohamad; Nagel, Simon; et al.
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The results of a new study show no significant differences in the clinical outcomes ...
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 ...