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Burden of Neurological Disorders in Adult Intensive Care Unit in Bahrain: Five Years’ Experience
By Sana Alkhawaja, MD, CABEM; Nehad Al Shirawi, MD, MRCP; Hasan Mohammed Naser, MBBS, Najat S. Hameed Naser, RN; Asrar A. Majeed Al Asheeri, RN; Redha Abdulla Al Hammam, RN; Amina Maki Husain, RN 

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We have conducted a single-center retrospective cohort study of all treated patients in our ICU from 1 January 2016 to 31 December 2020. The aim of the study was to characterize age, diagnosis, length of stay and mortality of patients with neurological disorder admitted to ICU.
INCC-Corner
Welcome to the NEW INCC Corner, Committee, and Section
By Deepa Malaiyandi, MD; Hana Nobleza, MD; Marin Darsie, MD; and H.E. Hinson, MD 
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Welcome to the new Inclusion in Neurocritical Care (INCC) Corner of Currents. Read on for INCC goals and updates ...
TBI
Recovery of Consciousness and Functional Outcome in Moderate and Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
By Kowalski, Robert G.; Hammond, Flora M.; Weintraub, Alan H.; et al.
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Most patients who became comatose after moderate or severe TBI recovered consciousness during rehabilitation — and nearly half regained functional independence, according to new research ...
SCI
The Influence of Timing of Surgical Decompression for Acute Spinal Cord Injury: A pooled Analysis of Individual Patient Data
By Badhiwala, Jetan H; Wilson, Jefferson R; Witiw, Christopher D; et al.
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Recovery of sensorimotor function was greater among patients who underwent surgical decompression within 24 hours of acute spinal cord injury (SCI), a new study shows ...
Contributors
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 ...