NEUROLOGY AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
*Find a concise yet comprehensive compilation of Neurology topics on the go!
*Written in a way that can help you easily understand, study, and remember Neurology material.
*Will help you answer the most common “pimping” questions encountered on rounds.
*Have the Neurology physical exam readily available and significance of abnormal findings.
*Find the Neurology exam available in Spanish with pronunciation tips, antiepileptic drugs, visual field deficits diagram, how to do a Lumbar puncture, note templates for wards and NeuroICU, and much more!!
*Must have for medical students, students in medical professions, interns, residents, young doctors, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and medical providers!
Currently used as a printed booklet for medical students at UTHSCSA to provide what I would have wanted to have at my fingertips when writing a progress note, formulating a differential diagnosis, presenting on rounds, or when having down time to study. It was proven to increase NBME shelf scores!
This booklet was presented at American Academy of Neurology Annual Conference, 2017 in Boston, MA: Neurology Pocketbook, Neurology at Your Fingertips, for Medical Students
- Quick Normal Neurology Exam Template
- Glascow Coma Scale Table
- Neurology Exam
- Special Neuro Exams
- Visual Field Deficits
- Neurology Exam for the Unconscious Patient
- Memory palace with Cranial Nerves
- Neurology Exam in Spanish
- HPI rounding template
- SOAP template
- NeuroICU template
- Neuro Critical Care
- Neuro ICU pearls
- ICU medications
- Vascular Neurology
- TPA Screening checklist
- Localize the Lesion: The Big Picture
- Localize the Lesion: Vascular Territories
- Spinal Cord Syndromes
- LMN Cranial Nerve Palsies
- Peripheral Nerve Disorders
- Peripheral Nerve Syndromes
- Neuromuscular Junction Diseases
- Demyelinating Diseases of the CNS
- Meningitis, Encephalitis, and Brain Abscesses
- Movement Disorders
- Neuro Oncology
- Neuro Cognitive Disease
- Neurology of Systemic Diseases
- Neurology Emergencies
- Lumbar Puncture
- CSF Results
- Antiepileptic Drugs
*Ability to search and bookmark for quick reference.
Written by a Neurology Resident at UT Health San Antonio!
I hope you enjoy and find it helpful!
Paola Montserrat Mendez Gomez, MD